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Dry Skin

what does it mean…and what’s the best natural treatment?.
Dry Skin is a type of eczema, that’s most common in older people. Typically, the skin becomes itchy, red or scaly – particularly in exposed areas like the hands, arms, legs and face.

Without treatment, severe dry skin can lead to fish-like scaling or chronic eczema. Extreme cases can result in bleeding fissures or bacterial infections.

Dry Skin Revitaliser and MoisturiserDry Skin Revitaliser and Moisturiser

Soothes and Relieves Dry and Irritated Skin.
* Highly moisturising softens and rehydrates dry, tired skin.
* Soothes and relieves skin irritation.
* Effective for Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis.
* No parabens, steroids, petroleum or chemicals.
* No animal testing.

50ML £17.99 | 180ML £39.98





  • 24 hour protection to naturally boost the skins immune system and rehydrate dry, problematic skin

…so what causes dry skin?

As the skin ages, it produces less natural oil and retains less moisture – so it’s less equipped to cope with external pressures, like sun, humidity and certain kinds of soap.

…can dry skin be cured?

If you’re prone to dry skin, it can keep coming back – especially in autumn and winter, thanks to the drying effects of indoor heat. But you can keep it at bay with some simple lifestyle changes, and by choosing a dry skin treatment that compliments your type of skin.

However, there are risks along the way…

Because dry skin is a type of inflammatory condition, GPs and Dermatologists will usually prescribe a steroid cream or lotion. In the short term, steroids can reduce inflammation, but they often have side effects. With sustained use, they can thin out the skin and reduce its defences against infection.

…Syrinx Za can help

We have a range of natural soaps and emollients, to treat dry or damaged skin and other sensitive conditions.

Each product is highly moisturising, with a mix of healing properties that will soothe and restore…giving you and your skin a fresh new zest for life.

Crucially, all our ingredients are 100% natural
…so with Syrinx Za, there’s no risk of an adverse chemical reaction.

  • Provides 24 hour hydration for dry, rough and cracked skin.
  • Noticeably smoother and softer skin in two weeks.
…try this dry skin treatment regime:

Start by gently washing with the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar. Next, apply the Ultra Sensitive Therapy Cream, using the fingertips to work the cream into the affected areas gently but firmly. For best results, apply every morning and night – and during the day if patches flare up. For added protection outdoors, apply the Moisturising Therapy Balm.

Syrinx Za natural treatment for dry skin:

Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar

Treatment for dry skin: Deep Cleansing Therapy BarAll natural, cold process soap bar for all ages and skin types
This dry skin soap treats a full range of sensitive skin conditions, including dehydrated skin, eczema and dermatitis.




Dry Skin Moisturising Cream

Moisturising Therapy Balm for dry skin treatmentA natural moisturiser for cracked, dry or hypersensitive skin
Gain added protection with this all-over moisturiser. You’ll find it soothing, hydrating and 100% natural.




Your skin is unique

Our customers tell us these are the most effective treatments for dry skin. But it’s different for everyone. For example:

  • The skin creams work well on oily skin or delicate parts of the body – including the face, ears, neck, chest and groin.
  • The balms offer protection from the elements, and work well on dry or cracked skin – especially on the hands, feet, ankles, legs and arms.

So you may want to experiment. All our products are clinically proven to be non-irritant, so you can mix and match without risk. It won’t be long before you find the right balance for your type of skin.

I am writing to confirm that I have been using the new soap product which is being marketed by Mr Bevan. I have found it excellent and in particular my son who has chronic eczema has been using it and has had very good results. As a general practitioner I feel sure that the wider use of products such as this could well form part of the management of dry skin conditions. I have no hesitation recommending it to others.

Dr Susan Blake, London.


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