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One small trial bottle each of Derma Clean, Derma Prevent and Derma Repair.

453H14 Derma Repair

  • Moisturises and promotes the regeneration of dry, irritated skin
  • Reduces the effects of excessive strain and soothes irritated skin
  • Antibacterial formula: helps assist the skin's defence system against harmful environmental effects
  • Regulates moisture and makes the skin noticeably more supple and elastic
  • Improves skin function, promotes the skin's blood circulation and helps cells to grow

453H10 Derma Clean
  • Cleans gently and safely
  • Ph-neutral, free of alkali and phosphates
  • Anti-bacterial formula

453H12 Derma Prevent
  • Prevents chafing
  • Inhibits contact with external allergens
  • Covers highly stressed skin with a protective coating and leaves it soft and supple
  • Inhibits perspiration and odor formation


The skin of prosthesis and orthosis wearers is subjected to particularly high stresses. Protection and regeneration are especially important here. Derma functional accessories are free of preservatives, dyes and perfumes – making them a perfect solution for sensitive skin. To keep you active with as little restriction as possible.

What matters and what you can do
For people wearing a prosthesis or orthosis, unavoidable mechanical stresses can have
adverse effects on the skin’s function. There is often a close correlation between these causes and effects.

The main problems are:

  • Pain with pressure and friction, soreness
  • Build-up of perspiration and odor
  • Damage to the skin‘s protective and immune functions
  • Excessive hygiene or incorrect cleansing of the weakened skin

What you can do:
The Derma series offers a selection of skin care products that have been especially adapted to the needs of prosthesis and orthosis wearers: Derma Clean, Derma Prevent and Derma Repair.


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Derma Functional Accessories - Information for Practitioners

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Document PDF | Date de publication : 1 sept. 2012