Eczema is one of the most common skin disease. It is a non-infectious inflammation of the skin, which originates in an allergic reaction. It is a defense reaction of the immune system to external or internal factors that act on the human body. Inflammation can occur acutely and chronically. In the acute phase there is redness, swelling and oozing and gradually small blisters appear. Skin itches, cracks and forms scabs. In the chronic phase, the affected area thickens and may change color.

How does Vermione Beta cream work on eczema?

Cream Vermione BETA is based on grease-based excipients and thus can not only lubricate skin, although this is not an ointment, but the cream. It brings affected skin relief from itching, redness and the formation of scabs. Vermione BETA cream replaces corticosteroid, which is primarily recommended for eczema by a wide range of dermatologists and skin doctors. In the case of severe damage or cracking of the skin due to long-term eczema we recommended combining Vermion Beta with Vermione STRONG, which quickly pulls the wound together, heals cracked and inflamed areas, lubricates the skin and heals the eczema.

The cream is also suitable for infants and children regardless of age.

Mothers often turn to us when their children suffer from eczema-like rashes, caused by reaction to chlorine after swimming in the pool. In this case it is suitable to apply Vermione MILK before bathing. It is not water soluble, and forms a protective filter on the skin, and its base is also formulated for the treatment of eczema.

Recommended application: 2 – 3 times per day administered locally to inflamed skin rinsing with clean water and drying.


Thanks to its lubricating effect it has a positive effect on the elasticity and suppleness of the skin, while simultaneously nourishing it. It has a beneficial effect on eczema and psoriasis, providing relief without the use of steroids. It works as an effective preventer of stretch marks, during pregnancy and in other circumstances.

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