Sebclair / Atopiclair available in Australia

Written by on February 10, 2009 in Australia, Rosacea Topicals, seborrheic dermatitis with 6 Comments

atopiclair It looks like Australians can easily get this preparation via mail and pay via paypal.

It appears to be called Atopiclair and is available from
http://www.atopiclair.com.au/ It is listed as Atopiclair Cream 40ml and is $49 including postage to anywhere in Australia.

The web site claims a “new, non-steroidal cream that is designed to relieve the symptoms and signs of eczema (atopic dermatitis) and allergic dermatitis (contact dermatitis).”

Going by the papers they cite on that page and the paper above both quoting MAS063DP (Atopiclair[TM]), and the fact that Otco Global is listed as the Australian distributor – I’d say that this is Sebclair.

Sebclair (MAS064D) is approved for use in the European Union to treat seborrheic dermatitis. One of Sebclair’s claim to fame is that it contains no corticosteroids or immunomodulating agents. The paper’s authors admit that it is difficult to know which compound is responsible for Sebclair’s success as a treatment.

The authors state “We believe that the major activity is probably due to the synergistic effect of both piroctone olamine, for its antimycotic action, and glycyrrhetinic acid, for its anti-inflammatory action.”

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6 Reader Comments

  1. tammy says:

    Hi i would like to no does it help with rosacea thankyou tammy.

  2. I also think it would be great to hear from anyone who uses this product, especially if people are suffering from rosacea with some seborrheic dermatitis as well.

  3. cleffdeadly says:

    After 20 years i had finally managed my rosacea/flushing, only to then find i had seborrheic dermatitis on the sides of my nose and cheeks!
    Tried this product recently and found it didn’t help at all, probably made it worse. It may have improved in time but as most of you know it’s hard to give up what works for you and for me thats Dermaid 0.5% and good old Neutrogena sensitive skin moisturiser (thanks Geoff!)
    Just on Rosacea/flushing, if you haven’t already given Rosacure a go, it worked wonders for me, but we’re all different eh… and of course, plenty of IPL!

  4. Hilary Shill says:

    Hi, where can i obtain Atopiclair cream in Australia ?
    Many thanks,
    Hilary.

  5. Rosybean says:

    I have VERY VERY VERY sensitive skin, mild acne and flushing. I have been using atopiclair in lieu of a night time moisturizer for almost a year now in tandem with the aveeno ultra-calming soap-less facewash with fever-few. I’ve noticed that I’ve had significantly less acne and flushing. I still have large pores and don’t have the best skin texture, but I know that that’s something I’ll probably need a laser or collagen boosting serum for someday. I usually get between 2 and 3 small blemishes on any given day but believe me, this is SO much less than I had before. I went from never wanting to leave the house or look someone in the eyes when they’re speaking to me, to not thinking so much about my skin and going out fairly frequently. It’s very thick, has a slight ‘motor-oil’ scent at first. It takes about a half hour to fully absorb. I know this sounds gross, but I leave it on at night and don’t wash my face in the morning, then use oil absorbing sheets for my t-zone at periods throughout the day. I do this because A) My face is SUPER susceptible to dryness (even smiling feels like it’s ripping my skin if I wash it and don’t moisturize), and B) I haven’t found a daily moisturizer that my skin can tolerate. I will be attempting jojoba oil come summer, but I’m in school now and can’t take a flare up chance right now.

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