Itching in diabetes mellitus

Itching in diabetes mellitus is a common occurrence that makes one suspect the presence of this disease in a healthy person. The fact is that due to the circulation of high blood sugar and its deposition in the mucous membranes and skin cells in the structure of collagen and ligaments, irritation of the skin and mucous membranes occurs, and as a manifestation of this, itchy skin in diabetes mellitus.  

What to do?

First of all, to eliminate the cause – to reduce and normalize blood sugar.

Secondly, it is advisable to use moisturizing and soothing creams for the body and feet. Such creams are produced specifically for patients with diabetes. For example, Dialine and Diaultraderm creams. The action of the foot cream for diabetes – Dialine, is aimed at normalizing the skin microflora, restoring the moisture of the legs, improving the vegetative-vascular reactions of the skin of the feet. This cream contains oils of black currant, mint, sea buckthorn, vitamin PP, rutin, undecylenic acid. Peppermint oil has an antipruritic, analgesic, antiseptic effect. Sea buckthorn oil, rich in vitamins B and E, has healing, vitamin-enhancing effects. Blackcurrant (seed) oil has a vitamin, anti-inflammatory effect.   

Diaultraderm cream perfectly eliminates itching and skin irritation in diabetes . Thanks to the antioxidants “superoxide dismutase”, it has a wound healing effect and restores the structure of the skin. 

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