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Kamedis Clinical Study Validates Traditional Chinese Botanical Efficacy in Eczema Treatment


May 17, 2019 (1 month ago) |
LONDON: Kamedis has successfully validated the contribution of Traditional Chinese Botanicals to improve atopic prone skin condition.
Kamedis, a provider of advanced botanical solutions for chronic skin disorders, just announced the results of a clinical study confirming that the Traditional Chinese Botanicals in Kamedis Topic Skin Face & Body Cream play a pivotal role in the product's ability to reduce Atopic Dermatitis rashes.

Our products uniquely merge Eastern and Western medicine, blending patented combinations of traditional Chinese botanicals with Western ingredients, said Amichai Bar-Nir, CEO of Kamedis We know from years of R&D that our botanicals help restore damaged skin, but this study clearly proves that thesis by showing that the formula without botanicals is significantly less effective.

The product

Kamedis Topic Skin Face & Body Cream utilizes a patented formulation of Chinese Rhubarb, Great Burnet, Tree of Heaven, Baikal Skullcap, Cnidium Fruit and Licorice extracts along with Western ingredients. Previous studies in published literature have shown that the anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of these botanicals reduce Atopic Dermatitis flare-ups by protecting the skin from further irritation, maintaining a moist skin environment, and facilitating relief of impaired skin barrier functions.

Study results

The double-blind, randomized, controlled study is the first. Designed to determine the efficacy of Traditional Chinese Botanicals in commercial dermatologic treatments.

Kamedis Topic Face & Body Cream performed higher by 44% compared to the same product without the traditional Chinese botanical combination,
Kamedis Topic Face & Body Cream performed higher by 23% compared to a leading dermocosmetics brand.

Clear improvement was visually evident after 28 days of using the Kamedis cream. No adverse events were reported.

The study is scheduled for publication in the June issue of Journal of Drugs in Dermatology.

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