ProBalance Akut Soothing Acute Cream

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DADO SENS ProBalance Akut Soothing Acute Cream

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Can also accompany therapy for perioral dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and allergies. Counteracts reddening, can reduce itching and burning. With liquorice root extract, ß-glucane and zinc.

  • SOS-skin-care for irritated, reddened skin

  • Developed for allergy sufferers - Tested for skin compatibility

100 % free from fragrance, colorant, parabens, paraffin, silicone, PEG, animal extracts

Apply several times a day to irritated skin.

Ingredients

Ingredients*

  • AQUA [WATER]
    • Spring water or thermal water. Water from the Bunter sandstone strata of the Northern Black Forest. Transported from our own wells drilled at a depth of 165 m. Unchlorinated and naturally pure. For moisturizing the skin’s surface and as a solvent for water-soluble active substances and botanical extracts. In ProBalance, REGENERATION E and Ectoin Anti-Aging Fluid, we use the mineral-rich thermal water from Bad Wildbad instead of spring water.
  • LIMNANTHES ALBA SEED OIL [MEADOWFOAM]
    • Meadowfoam oil. This oil is derived from the seeds of the American meadowfoam. It is extremely resistant to oxidation and cares for the skin. The high concentration of long-chain fatty acids it contains makes the skin feel extremely silky, without leaving behind an unpleasantly oily film.
  • RIBES NIGRUM SEED OIL [BLACK CURRANT]
    • Blackcurrant seed oil. An oil from the seeds of the blackcurrant. It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and cares for, regenerates and protects the skin. With its anti-inflammatory properties, it is ideal for sensitive skin.
  • ALCOHOL
    • Pure, undenatured ethyl alcohol, potable alcohol. Obtained by fermenting plants containing starch or sugar. Alcohol is deployed as a solvent for extracts and various active ingredients. It also has a refreshing, astringent, toning and preservative effect, and stimulates the circulation.
  • HYDROGENATED LECITHIN
    • Hydrogenated lecithin. Obtained from soy lecithin. Cares for the skin and stabilizes emulsions.
  • GLYCERYL STEARATE
    • An emulsifier from regrowing raw materials: plant glycerin and plant stearic acid. Binds oil and water. Cares for the skin.
  • ETHYLHEXYL STEARATE
    • Ethylhexyl stearate. An oil component of plant origin that cares for the skin. It is rapidly absorbed and non-greasy.
  • GLYCERIN
    • Glycerin. A component of all fats and oils. Glycerin has a moisturizing effect. For BÖRLIND, it is derived solely from vegetable oil.
  • CETYL PALMITATE
    • Cetyl palmitate. A fatty component of plant origin. A thickening agent. Cares for the skin.
  • PANTHENOL
    • D-panthenol/provitamin B5. Converts to pantothenic acid/vitamin B5 on the skin. It binds moisture and has a regenerating effect, and therefore wound-healing properties.
  • SORBITOL
    • Sorbitol. A natural sugar alcohol of plant origin that occurs naturally in many fruits. Also used in foodstuffs. Has a moisturizing and moisture-retaining effect.
  • HYDROGENATED STARCH HYDROLYSATE
    • Hydrogenated starch hydrolysates. Hydrogenated starch hydrolysates are moisturizing sugar compounds that are extracted from vegetable starch. They are used as carriers and protective materials for other active substances.
  • SMITHSONITE EXTRACT
    • Zinc extract. Zinc is an important trace element that supports regeneration of the skin, and its immune system. For DADO SENS, it is extracted from mineral rocks.
  • PHENOXYETHANOL
    • Phenoxyethanol. A nature-identical preservative. It occurs naturally in green tea and chicory.
  • STEARYL GLYCYRRHETINATE
    • A fatty acid of glycyrrhizinic acid. An active ingredient in oil-soluble form obtained from licorice root. Alleviates irritation.
  • ALLANTOIN
    • Allantoin. A natural active ingredient found in comfrey and horse chestnut, for example. It has a tissue-regenerating effect and alleviates irritation.
  • BRASSICA CAMPESTRIS STEROLS [RAPESEED]
    • Rapeseed sterols. Plant sterols from rapeseed oil, very similar in structure to human and animal cholesterol. They make the skin and hair supple, and stabilize emulsions.
  • CHONDRUS CRISPUS POWDER [CARRAGEENAN]
    • Carrageenan. A natural gelling agent for cosmetics and foodstuffs that is derived from red algae. Used to make gels and to thicken emulsions.
  • BISABOLOL
    • (Alpha-)bisabolol. An anti-inflammatory, skin-soothing ingredient with an antimicrobial effect. Can be found in essential bergamot oil, chamomile oil and the oil of the candeia tree (vanillosmopsis erythropappa). For BÖRLIND, only bisabolol from sustainable, FSC-certified candeia plantations is used, in order to protect the Brazilian highland rainforests.
  • XANTHAN GUM
    • Xanthan. A polysaccharide produced by microorganisms from plant substrates containing sugar. A gelling/thickening agent that also stabilizes emulsions.
  • TOCOPHERYL ACETATE
    • Tocopheryl acetate/provitamin E. A more stable form of vitamin E. When it is applied to the skin, it becomes vitamin E by enzymatic conversion, and then takes its antioxidant effect.
  • GLYCINE SOJA OIL [SOYBEAN]
    • Soybean oil. A vegetable oil that cares for the skin and makes it supple.
  • AVENA SATIVA KERNEL EXTRACT [OAT]
    • Oat extract. This extract from the kernels of the oat has a skin-soothing and wound-healing effect.
  • ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE POWDER
    • Aloe vera from organic farming. 100 kg of juice yields 0.5 kg of spray-dried aloe powder. The powder does not need to be preserved. Moisturizes and soothes the skin.
  • CERAMIDE NP
    • Ceramides. Important components of the lipids in the stratum corneum of human skin. Stored in the barrier layer, they prevent the skin from drying out. Ceramides are derived from yeast by biotechnological means. Their structure corresponds exactly to that of the ceramides found in human skin.
  • MAGNESIUM SULFATE
    • Magnesium sulfate/Epsom salts. Stabilizes emulsions.
  • CERAMIDE AP
    • Ceramides. Important components of the lipids in the stratum corneum of human skin. Stored in the barrier layer, they prevent the skin from drying out. Ceramides are derived from yeast by biotechnological means. Their structure corresponds exactly to that of the ceramides found in human skin.
  • FAEX EXTRACT [YEAST]
    • Yeast extract. Contains valuable polysaccharides known as “beta glucans”. Beta glucan has a skin-soothing effect, stimulates the synthesis of collagen and strengthens the immune system.
  • ASCORBYL PALMITATE
    • Fat-soluble form of vitamin C. This fat-soluble form of vitamin C is more light- and temperature-resistant, and is converted into free vitamin C in the skin. It has an antioxidant effect, counteracts skin aging caused by free radicals and prevents emulsions from becoming rancid.
  • LECITHIN
    • Lecithin. A substance similar to fat, with emulsifying properties. Can be found in vegetable oils from which it is derived. It cares for the skin and hair, and improves combability. Special lecithins can be made into liposomes in which active ingredients can be encapsulated and protected, improving their bioavailability when applied to the skin.
  • SILVER CHLORIDE
    • Silver chloride. This is not a nanomaterial, but rather titanium dioxide coated with silver chloride, which is finely dispersed into the cosmetic product. A preservative with a bactericidal, wound-healing effect.
  • TOCOPHEROL
    • Vitamin E. Can be found in many vegetable oils. As an antioxidant it prevents these from becoming rancid. It also stabilizes cosmetics and protects the skin against free radicals induced by UV radiation, for example, thus forestalling premature, environment-related skin aging.
  • HYDROGENATED PALM GLYCERIDES CITRATE
    • An emulsifier from regrowing raw materials: plant glycerin and vegetable fat plus citric acid. Binds oil and water. Cares for the skin.
  • SODIUM PHOSPHATE
    • Sodium phosphate. Excipient used for stabilization in cosmetic ingredients. The end product contains only the smallest traces.
  • CI 77891 [TITANIUM DIOXIDE]
    • Titanium dioxide. A white coloring and UV filter.


  • *The declaration on the packaging prevails.
    Listing the ingredients in accordance with INCI (the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) allows a uniform, language-independent declaration of ingredients throughout Europe. Please see the list above for an explanation of the INCIs.