DermaCura eczema dressing

the soft skin protection for itching and eczema

DermaCura eczema dressing is a medical device for covering and fixing ointment therapy for chronic skin conditions such as atopic eczema and psoriasis. The dressing protects damaged skin (epidermis) and prevents scratching. DermaCura eczema dressing is available in a wide range of forms and sizes for babies, children and adults.

The main functions of DermaCura eczema dressing are to cover and fix ointment therapy for chronic skin conditions such as atopic eczema and psoriasis. 


  • Reduces skin irritation and itching
  • Protects against scratching
  • Protects against drying out of the epidermis
  • Improves moisture regulation and absorption
  • Provides a cooling effect on the skin by thermoregulation

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Properties of DermaCura eczema dressing

DermaCura eczema dressing has a smooth and silky texture and ensures it’s extremely comfortable to wear.

  • As soft as silk
  • As strong as polyester
  • Warm in the winter, cool in the summer
  • Good moisture absorption

Information on DermaCura eczema dressing


DermaCura eczema dressing is used for patients with moderate to severe chronic skin conditions such as atopic eczema and psoriasis requiring long-term treatment (> 14 days).


DermaCura eczema dressing should be worn next to the skin, with seams and labels on the outside, over the applied ointment or cream.

Size guide

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Product composition

DermaCura eczema dressing is made from 98% TENCEL® and 2% elastane. TENCEL® is made from natural products and is produced in an environmentally friendly way.


One DermaCura eczema dressing packaging contains one article.

Washing instructions

DermaCura eczema dressing is preferably washed in a laundry bag with neutral soap at a maximum of 60 ° C. DermaCura dressing should not be put in the tumble dryer and should only be ironed at a low temperature.

What do specialists think of dressings ?

The treatment of people with moderate-severe and severe atopic eczema (constitutional eczema (CE)) is complicated. Usually various measures are used together to obtain improvement. For example, the advice is to apply different ointments to the dry skin. In addition, advice is given to avoid contact with water. The patient is given an emollient such as a shower / bath oil instead of soap; anti-inflammatory creams or ointments such as corticosteroids to put on the inflamed skin. Possibly sedating antihistamines for itching, which can lead to insomnia and nocturnal unrest and bandages to prevent scratching and its’ negative effects. And dressings because of the better effect of these local treatments by their occlusive effect. With such a package of measures, it is not easy for the prescribing doctor to estimate the exact contribution of bandages separately.


The practitioners from the guideline working group Constitutional Eczema of the NVDV are of the opinion that bandages made of thin, smooth fibres clearly add value because they do not cause irritation in the hyperreactive skin of patients with CE. This mainly concerns situations in which people with moderate and severe CE and a large affected surface of CE, suffer from itching and use long-term class 2-3 dermatocorticosteroids (and where it is not possible to reduce the frequency of lubrication or the corticosteroid level).*

* Source: NVDV (Dutch Association for Dermatology and Venereology) – Report ‘bandages in constitutional eczema’


The dressing covers the damaged skin and prevents patients from scratching


Over 90% of users of DermaCura eczema dressing suffer from moderate to severe eczema complaints.

VMCE, Dutch Association for People with Constitutional Eczema:

“Dressings can be an option if there is a lot of scratching at night. Scratching is not only bad for the eczema, but also for the quality of the night’s sleep. In a study by the VMCE into dressing materials, many parents mentioned that as a major advantage of modern dressings for their children: finally they sleep through … “