CeraPlus Skin Barrier with Remois Technology*

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Healthy skin helps make life better

The condition of the skin around your stoma greatly affects how well the skin barrier can adhere, as well as your comfort and quality of life. Maintaining healthy peristomal skin from the start is our ultimate goal.

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The difference is ceramide

CeraPlus skin barrier is infused with ceramide, the skin's naturally occurring protection against dryness. It's designed to maintain adhesive properties, and features a formulation infused with ceramide to help:

  • Protect the skin's natural moisture barrier1
  • Maintain good peristomal skin health1
  • Decrease transepidermal water loss (TEWL) from damaged or eroded skin1

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The role of moisture in healthy skin

When you remove your ostomy barrier, cells from the outermost layer of skin are also removed with it. The loss of these protective cells allows more moisture from inside your body to escape into the environment. This is called transepidermal water loss (TEWL). Increased rates of water loss can make the skin more vulnerable to damage and peristomal skin complications.

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How to Maintain Your Skin's Moisture

The health of the skin around your stoma can directly impact your quality of life. Repeated barrier removal can lead to skin that is dry and prone to injury. Both your barrier choice and your skin care routine can positively impact the health of the skin around your stoma.

6 Tips to Avoiding Ostomy Leakage

Leakage of your stomal output can happen for a variety of reasons. Making sure your ostomy pouch adheres properly will go a long way towards preventing leaks. Explore some prevention tips to help you avoid leaks.

The ceramide-infused formulation of the CeraPlus skin barrier may provide protection against the potentially damaging effects of repeated skin barrier use.


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  6. The Impact of Pruritus on Quality of Life The Skin Equivalent of Pain Seema P. Kini, MD, MSCR; Laura K. DeLong, MD MPH; Emir Veledar, PhD; Anne Marie McKenzie Brown, MD; Michael Schaufele, MD; Suephy C. Chen, MD, MS.
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