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Dry Skin

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Dry skin learning with Aveeno

Discover more about dry and eczema-prone skin, advice you can share with customers and products you can recommend with these training materials brought to you by Aveeno

Advising on very dry and eczema-prone skin

This video will guide you through a consultation with Michelle, a customer with very dry skin, and help you recommend suitable products to help

Dry skin and eczema

Atopic eczema cannot be cured, but there are ways in which people can keep their problematic skin under control.

Skincare training for pharmacy

Delve into dry skin management and understand how you can make a difference to customers looking for advice, support and product recommendations to help manage their compromised skin.

10 minute clinic: dry skin and eczema

This handy 10-minute clinic is a quick reference guide that will help you advise customers on dry skin and eczema.

Managing dry skin and eczema

Some 15 million people in the UK have eczema, pharmacy teams provide advice to help manage this common skin condition.

Rehydrating dry skin

Dry skin can get worse in winter, but customers may not be clear on how to solve the problem, pharmacy teams can help.

In with the new

Bio-Oil has launched its first new product in 30 years – an innovative gel to tackle dry skin. 

The answer for eczema? 

Perrigo has launched a new ultra-hydrating moisturiser for dry skin, supported by media investment of over £1.5 million.

Cold comfort

Winter weather can play havoc with skin. Make sure you’re prepared for your customers’ skin problems with this expert advice on how to solve the top winter skin dilemmas.

Managing dry skin and eczema

This Professional Assistant: Learn and Advise module focuses on managing dry skin and eczema.

Skin deep

Around three-quarters of people with a skin condition treat it themselves, giving pharmacies a huge to get more involved

Skincare

This team training learning module focuses on common skincare conditions.



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