• Atogla Cream 100 gm

    Product Overview

    Atogla Cream is a unique moisturiser specially designed for atopic skin.

    • It contains Ceramide III, cholesterols which mimic the skin’s physiologic lipids and builds the skin barrier.
    • It contains GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid) which controls the inflammation.
    • It has an anti-irritant complex which takes off the skin irritation.
    Disease Overview

    Atopic Dermatitis – Atopic Dermatitis (AD) is a chronic skin condition, predominantly seen in children, but can occur at any age. The skin is dry, itchy and red. People who have asthma and/or hay fever or who have family members who have any of these are likely to develop AD.

    Proper management is needed in order to address the atopic skin.

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    • Atogla Cream to be applied immediately after bathing.
    • Apply 2-3 times over the whole body.
    • Recommended for all 365 days.
    • Builds the skin barrier with ceramides, cholesterols.
    • Provides excellent moisturisation.
    • Reduces the inflammation of the skin with GLA.
    • Suitable for sensitive skin.
    • Ceramide III
    • Cholesterol
    • Gamma Linolenic Acid
    • Anti-irritant Complex
    • Avoid contact with eyes.
    • Store at room temperature.

    General moisturisers can cure the atopic condition.


    General moisturisers can be employed for hydration purpose, however not in atopic condition as mere hydration may not resolve the skin condition and skin continues to be in disrupted state with reduced level of dryness.

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    These are prescription based medicines,
    please consult your dermatologist/paediatrician.

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    No, it cannot be applied with other creams and lotions.

    It should be used in the age group 6 months and above or as recommended by doctor

    According to journals, an average of 250 gm of emollient should be applied in a week.