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Eczema-Friendly Skin Care Routine: Choosing your Shampoo, Body Wash, and Soothing Moisturizer

Eczema requires a particularly delicate approach to skin care. Our guide shows you how to choose the right shampoos, body washes and moisturizers for a natural, soothing routine for sensitive, eczema-prone skin.

Ultra-gentle shampoos with a clean composition:

Eczema sufferers should opt for shampoos specifically tested under dermatological supervision to suit sensitive skin and scalps. These products are formulated to minimize the risk of irritation, avoiding harsh or allergenic ingredients. Look for very gentle shampoos, with a clean composition and a base of high-quality natural ingredients that will deliver the benefits of their natural active ingredients, for hair care adapted to sensitive skin.

Gentle Soothing Body Wash:

A relaxing shower can become a moment of pampering with body washes specially designed for sensitive, eczema-prone skin. These formulas avoid potential irritants while providing adequate hydration. Choose a dermatological bar that respects the skin's pH, preferably based on nourishing plant oils such as sunflower or camelina oil, which can be particularly beneficial for skin that's moisturized, softened and doesn't feel tight when you get out of the shower.

Intensive Hydration:

Eczema sufferers need constant hydration, repair and soothing to overcome dry patches. Choose a high-tolerance balm rich in soothing and moisturizing ingredients. Vegetable oils and butters containing calendula are excellent choices. This balm will help restore the skin barrier over the long term and relieve itching.

Tips for a Safe Selection for sensitive skin prone to eczema:

1. Consult a dermatologist: Before choosing your products, consult a dermatologist for personalized recommendations.

2. Choose products clinically tested under dermatological control to suit sensitive skin.

3. Avoid fragrances containing allergens and colorants: Choose products without artificial fragrances. Fragrances should be light, free of essential oils and allergens. Dyes can potentially aggravate eczema.

4. Avoid products containing sulfates, silicones, preservatives or any potentially irritating ingredients.

5. Prioritize Natural Ingredients: Choose products with natural ingredients known for their soothing and moisturizing properties. Avoid mineral oils.

6. Be careful with your detergent and fabric softener: Opt for a low-scent detergent with a hypoallergenic formula. Many people see their eczema improve by eliminating products containing allergens or potentially irritating ingredients from their skincare products, but also from their detergents, whose residues on fabrics will come into contact with your skin!


Adopt an eczema-friendly skincare routine by choosing shampoos, body washes and moisturizers clinically tested under dermatological control to be suitable for sensitive skin. The high-tolerance, allergen-free natural products selected in this article will help you create a natural, soothing routine that promotes the repair and well-being of your eczema-prone sensitive skin.

Read labels carefully and learn to spot the ingredients to avoid in your cosmetics. See our article on this subject: Practical Guide to Deciphering Cosmetic Product Labels

By following these simple tips, you can transform your skincare routine to meet the unique needs of your sensitive skin, resulting in balanced, soothed skin.

All products in the Fossette Paris range have been clinically tested on sensitive skin under dermatological control. They are guaranteed high-tolerance and are suitable for the whole family from age 3!


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