Atopic dermatitis

– advice and recommendations

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic recurrent inflammatory skin disease characterized by itching and a typical clinical picture. The goal of treating atopic dermatitis is to reduce and eliminate the symptoms.

It is recommended that the sick infant stay on a breast milk diet for as long as possible.

Once a hypersensitivity to a particular food has been identified, its exclusion from the diet, for a time, is a basic prerequisite for achieving disease control. In the case of hypersensitivity to cow’s milk, not only cow’s milk is omitted from the diet, but also all dairy products, which parents should be warned about. It is especially difficult to carry out elimination diets when hypersensitivity to a large number of different food allergens is found; it is important to find a suitable substitute for foods such as milk, eggs or wheat flour.

All measures should be taken to prevent bacterial, fungal and viral skin infections in children and adults.

Staying near the sea and in the mountains above 1500 m above sea level, where the concentration of allergens is far lower, is effective for atopic dermatitis.

Temperature changes should be avoided, a constant level of humidity should be ensured and exposure to stress should be avoided. Changes in temperature and stress can cause sweating and changes in blood vessels, so the condition of the skin worsens.

Protect the skin from: excessive moisture, irritants, synthetic and woolen clothing.

It is recommended to find an effective ointment for daily skin care in order to reduce the frequency of recurrences as much as possible in both children and adult patients.

Bathing should be brief.

It is recommended to use anti-allergic bedding.



The gentle application of the ointment can be used without time limit, several times a day.

If you have used corticosteroid products before using SAJM DERM OINTMENT, skin recovery may take longer.

While using SAJM DERM OINTMENT, do not apply other skin products.

The ointment can be used by patients who are allergic to almonds or sunflower oil.