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A specialized Vitamin K moisturizer formulated to address facial redness, spider veins, and inflammation associated with Rosacea and other inflammatory skin conditions. Its unique blend of active ingredients works synergistically to reduce skin irritation and support the impaired skin barrier.

Vitamin K in this formula aids in the reduction of vascular conditions such as spider veins, while Medilan provides superior moisturizing and hydrating effects. Arnica oil, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, further enhances the product's ability to soothe and calm irritated skin.

DermRepair also serves as an effective post-procedure treatment, helping to prevent and treat bruising caused by broken capillaries following surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures. Its skin-replenishing ingredients, including Glycerin, Petrolatum, and Jojoba oil, provide additional hydration and support to the skin barrier.

DermRepair is a clinically proven, specialized moisturizer that offers a comprehensive approach to managing and improving skin health, particularly in conditions of inflammation and vascular irregularities.

Vitamin K1

Vitamin K1, also known as phylloquinone, is primarily recognized for its crucial role in the process of blood coagulation. Beyond its well-known effects on blood clotting, recent research has highlighted its potential benefits in skin care, particularly in managing bruising, dark circles under the eyes, and improving skin elasticity. Its mechanisms of action involves the regulation of blood clotting and reduction of blood leakage into the skin and soft tissues. This property makes it particularly useful in topical treatments aimed at minimizing bruising and under-eye dark circles, which are often caused by fragile capillaries leaking small amounts of blood.

Studies have suggested that when applied topically, Vitamin K1 can help reduce the severity and duration of bruising after laser procedures or surgical treatments. It is believed to aid in the body's process of reabsorbing blood near the skin's surface, thereby reducing the appearance of bruises.

Physiological Effects Of Vitamin K1
  1. Blood Clotting and Bruising: Vitamin K1 plays a critical role in the blood clotting process. It helps in reducing the appearance of bruises on the skin by aiding the body's natural healing process in resolving blood clots.
  2. Improving Skin Elasticity: It is believed to help improve skin elasticity and may reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
  3. Wound Healing: Vitamin K1 can assist in the skin's healing process, although its effectiveness in wound healing needs further research.
  4. Under-Eye Circles: Topical application of Vitamin K1 is thought to reduce the appearance of dark circles under the eyes by strengthening capillary walls and reducing the visibility of blood vessels beneath the skin.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Postoperative Bruising: It is often used in topical creams for reducing bruising following cosmetic skin procedures.
  2. Dark Circles Under the Eyes: Creams containing Vitamin K1 are used to diminish the appearance of dark circles caused by visible blood vessels or hyperpigmentation.
  3. Skin Aging: Its potential anti-aging properties might be beneficial in products targeting aging skin concerns.
  • Shah, N. S., et al. (2002). The effects of topical vitamin K on bruising after laser treatment. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
  • Cohen, J. L., & Bhatia, A. C. (2009). The role of topical vitamin K oxide gel in the resolution of postprocedural purpura. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology.
  • AlQdah, T. (2021). Vitamin K in Dermatology. Dermatology Practical & Conceptual.


4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde is a distinctive ingredient in skincare, notable for its ability to inhibit Prostaglandin E2 (PGE2), a compound linked to inflammation, redness, and skin aging. Its unique mode of action in inhibiting PGE2 sets it apart from other skincare ingredients, particularly in addressing inflammation and the preservation of skin structure.

PGE2 is a potent mediator of inflammation, contributing to pain, cell injury, and chronic inflammatory conditions. It plays a role in skin aging by inhibiting collagen production and inducing MMP1, which degrades key skin matrix components.

By suppressing PGE2, 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde addresses these skin concerns effectively, offering benefits in reducing inflammation, skin redness, and counteracting signs of aging.

4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde have significant dermatological implications, particularly in its ability to modulate inflammatory processes and influence skin aging.

Physiological Effects of 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde
  1. Inhibition of Prostaglandin E2 (PGE2): 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde is noted for its unique ability to inhibit the release of PGE2, a potent mediator of inflammation. By suppressing PGE2, it potentially reduces inflammation, pain, and cellular injury.
  2. Reduction of Skin Redness: By inhibiting PGE2, which can cause vasodilation and increase vascular permeability, 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde may reduce skin redness and the visible signs of inflammation.
  3. Anti-Aging Effects: PGE2 is known to inhibit collagen production and induce the expression of matrix metallopeptidases (MMPs), particularly MMP1. MMPs degrade extracellular matrix proteins, contributing to photoaging. Therefore, 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde's inhibition of PGE2 could slow down the skin aging process by preserving collagen and reducing ECM degradation.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Inflammatory Skin Conditions: Its anti-inflammatory properties could make 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde beneficial in treating conditions characterized by inflammation, such as certain types of dermatitis, rosacea, and possibly acne.
  2. Skin Aging and Photoaging: By inhibiting factors that contribute to the degradation of collagen and the extracellular matrix, 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde may have a role in anti-aging treatments, helping to maintain skin firmness and integrity.
  3. Chronic Inflammation and Autoimmune Diseases: Given PGE2's role in exacerbating chronic inflammation and autoimmune diseases, 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde might have potential applications in managing these conditions, although specific to skin manifestations.

Medilan™'s unique formulation and hypoallergenic properties make it a valuable component in the management of various dermatological conditions, particularly for hydrating and soothing sensitive and dry skin.

Medilan™, a ultra-refined, hypoallergenic medical grade lanolin, has proven to be very beneficial for managing dermatological conditions. Below is a brief overview of its physiological effects and roles in managing various skin conditions:

Physiological Effects of Medilan™
  1. Emollient: Medilan™ is an excellent emollient, helping to soften and smooth the skin by retaining moisture. It creates an occlusive barrier, which reduces transepidermal water loss (TEWL).
  2. Moisturizing: It is highly effective in moisturizing dry and rough skin, enhancing skin hydration by trapping and sealing in moisture.
  3. Hypoallergenic: Medilan™ is ultra-purified to minimize the risk of allergic reactions, making it suitable for sensitive skin types.
  4. Wound Healing: Medilan™ aids in the healing process of minor cuts, abrasions, and burns by maintaining a moist wound environment.
  5. Skin Barrier Function: It enhances the skin's barrier function, protecting against environmental irritants and reducing the risk of skin infections.
  6. Lipid Replenishment: Medilan™ mimics the lipids found in human skin, helping to restore the lipid barrier of the skin, especially beneficial in dry and chapped skin conditions.
  7. Skin Penetration and Hydration: It has the ability to penetrate the skin and aid in water retention in the stratum corneum, the outermost layer of the skin, thus enhancing hydration.
  8. Occlusive Properties: Medilan™ helps in reducing transepidermal water loss by forming a barrier on the skin surface, thereby retaining moisture and improving skin barrier function.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions:
  1. Eczema and Dry Skin Conditions: Due to its soothing, hydrating, and occlusive properties, Medilan™ is a valuable ingredient in treating eczema and other dry skin conditions.
  2. Wound Healing: While primarily used for its emollient effects, the properties of Medilan™ also aid in the healing of minor wounds and skin irritations.
  3. Sensitive Skin Care: Its hypoallergenic nature makes it suitable for use in individuals with sensitive skin, reducing the risk of irritation or allergic reactions.
  4. Nipple Care in Breastfeeding: Soothes and heals cracked and sore nipples in breastfeeding mothers.
  5. Chapped Lips and Skin: It is effective in treating chapped lips and skin, providing a barrier that seals in moisture and protects from harsh weather conditions.
  • Lodén, M., & Maibach, H. I. (2000). Dry skin and moisturizers: chemistry and function. CRC Press.
  • Suleman, H., et al. (2000). Role of lanolin in managing eczema and dry skin conditions. Community Nurse.
  • DiNardo, J. C. (2000). Is lanolin allergy a myth? Dermatitis.
  • Stone, L. (2000). Medilan: a hypoallergenic lanolin for emollient therapy. British Journal of Nursing​​.
  • ResearchGate Article on Medilan™ highlighting its role in skin care and emollient therapy​​.

The benefits of the fat-soluble Vitamin E in maintaining skin health and appearance are well-acknowledged in both cosmetic and clinical dermatology. Comprising a group of eight compounds, including four tocopherols and four tocotrienols, Vitamin E is known for its role in protecting cell membranes from oxidative damage.

In skincare, Vitamin E is celebrated for its ability to neutralize free radicals caused by environmental stressors such as UV radiation and pollution. These free radicals can lead to premature skin aging, making Vitamin E a valuable ingredient in anti-aging skincare products. Its antioxidant action helps to protect the skin from damage, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and improve skin texture and tone.

Additionally, Vitamin E is known for its moisturizing benefits. It helps to strengthen the skin barrier, reducing moisture loss and keeping the skin hydrated and supple. This makes it especially beneficial for dry and damaged skin.

Vitamin E also has anti-inflammatory properties, making it beneficial in soothing and calming irritated skin. This has implications for conditions such as dermatitis and acne, where inflammation plays a key role.

Physiological Effects of Vitamin E
  1. Antioxidant Protection: Vitamin E neutralizes harmful free radicals in the skin, preventing oxidative stress and damage caused by environmental factors like UV radiation and pollution.
  2. Moisturization: It has moisturizing properties, helping to improve skin hydration and alleviate dryness.
  3. Wound Healing: Vitamin E may assist in the skin's healing process, although its efficacy in wound healing is still a subject of research.
  4. Photoprotection: While not a sunscreen, it can provide some degree of photoprotection by strengthening the skin's defense against UV-induced damage.
  5. Anti-Inflammatory Effects: It helps reduce skin inflammation, beneficial in managing conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Skin Aging: Its antioxidant properties make it useful in anti-aging skincare products to protect against free radical damage and improve skin appearance.
  2. Dry Skin Conditions: Vitamin E's moisturizing effects are beneficial in treating dry skin and improving overall skin texture.
  3. Inflammatory Skin Diseases: It can be helpful in soothing inflammatory skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
  4. Sun Protection and Repair: Vitamin E is included in sunscreens and after-sun products for its ability to mitigate sun damage.
  5. Scar Treatment: Some studies suggest Vitamin E may help in reducing the appearance of scars, although evidence is mixed.
  • Thiele, J. J., Hsieh, S. N., & Ekanayake-Mudiyanselage, S. (1998). Vitamin E: Critical Review of Its Current Use in Cosmetic and Clinical Dermatology. Dermatologic Surgery, 24(7), 805–813.
  • Ratz-Łyko, A., & Arct, J. (2016). Anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties of active skin care ingredients. Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, 9(9), 36–40.
  • Keen, M. A., & Hassan, I. (2016). Vitamin E in dermatology. Indian Dermatology Online Journal.
  • Ekanayake-Mudiyanselage, S., & Thiele, J. (2007). Vitamin E in human skin: Organ-specific physiology and considerations for its use in dermatology. Molecular Aspects of Medicine.
  • Nachbar, F., & Korting, H. C. (1995). The role of vitamin E in normal and damaged skin. Journal of Molecular Medicine.
Stearic acid

Stearic acid, a saturated fatty acid, offers a multitude of benefits particularly for patients dealing with eczema and other dry skin-related dermatological conditions.

Biochemical Benefits

Stearic acid is a natural component of the skin's protective barrier, the stratum corneum. It plays a pivotal role in maintaining the barrier's integrity. 

Eczema is characterized by a compromised skin barrier, leading to increased transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and susceptibility to external irritants. 

By topically applying stearic acid, we are essentially providing the skin with a crucial building block it needs for repair and protection. 

This biochemical harmony aids in reinforcing the skin's natural defenses.

  1. Rawlings, A. V. (2007). Trends in stratum corneum research and the management of dry skin conditions. International Journal of Cosmetic Science, 29(1), 7-10.
  2. Nakatsuji, T., Gallo, R. L. (2012). Dermatological therapy by topical application of nonpathogenic bacteria. Journal of Investigative Dermatology Symposium Proceedings, 15(1), 24-32.
  3. Loden, M., & Maibach, H. I. (2005). Voluntary human dosimetry of acutely applied topically delivered glycerol: a comparison between in vitro and in vivo assessments. Skin Research and Technology, 11(2), 87-91.
DermExcel™ | DermRepair
DermRepair Sale price489 SEK
  • Facial Redness: Soothe irritated skin and reduce redness.
  • Spider veins: Address vascular irregularities and promote vascular health.
  • Inflammation: Scientifically backed formulation that soothes and calms irritated skin and reduces inflammation, promoting skin comfort.
  • Rosacea: Alleviate Rosacea symptoms, characterized by redness, flushing, and visible blood vessels.
  • Impaired Skin Barrier: Reinforce the compromised skin barrier, enhancing its integrity and resilience. This helps to reduce moisture loss, protect the skin from external irritants, and promote healthy skin function.
  • Dry Skin: Skin-replenishing formulation that provides superior hydration and nourishment.
  • Bruising: Prevent and treat bruising caused by capillary damage, promoting faster healing and recovery.
  • Post-Procedure Care: Prevent and treat bruising from broken capillaries following surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures. Enhance the healing process and help to minimize any post-procedure discomfort.
  • Overall Skin Health: Nourishes and rejuvenates the skin, promoting a healthier and youthful complexion.
  • Cleanse: Start with a clean face. Use your DermExcel cleanser to remove dirt and excess oil from your skin.
  • Application: Apply DermRepair to damp skin. Moisturizers are most effective if you use them while your skin is damp because damp skin absorbs the product more readily. That also gives the moisturizer a chance to lock in that hydration. Dispense DermRepair onto your fingertips. Smooth the product evenly over your face. Ensure you cover all dry or sensitive areas.
  • Massage: Using your fingertips, gently massage the product into your skin in a circular motion until fully absorbed.
  • Consistency: Use DermRepair™ once or twice daily, depending on skin dryness or sensitivity severity.

Active ingredients

  • Vitamin K1
  • 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde
  • Medilan™
  • E2
  • Stearic acid

Full ingredient list

Aqua, Cetyl alcohol, Glycerin, Petrolatum, Stearic acid, Jojoba oil, Polysorbate 20, Lanolin, Phylloquinone, Arnica oil, Marine exopolysaccharide, Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde, Tocopherol, Triethanolamine.



Reduce Redness & Spider Veins

Reduce facial redness and spider veins by improving vascular integrity.


Protect DNA from free radical damage, enhance the skin's natural repair processes, and help prevent signs of aging.


Down-regulates the Inflammatory response related to acne, rosacea, and other inflammatory skin conditions.

Skin Barrier Repair

Repair, strengthen, and restore the skin barrier, promoting better moisture retention and overall skin health.



  • Skin that feels and looks rough and dry
  • Dull skin tone
  • Flaking skin, which may cause an ashy appearance
  • A feeling of skin tightness
  • Itchy uncomfortable skin



DermExcel™ | DermRepair
DermRepair takes a comprehensive and clinically validated approach to managing and enhancing skin health. By targeting inflammation and vascular irregularities, it offers a specialized solution to support overall skin well-being.






Customer Reviews

Based on 462 reviews
Nulandi Coetzee
Best product ever

I am using DermNourish in summer and it is perfect, but when winter comes I add Enriched to my skincare regime. Enriched is absolutely fantastic. My skin stays so soft all winter long. Thank you to Dermexel for the exelent product range.

Marie-louise Pietersen


Feeling Fresh

I’ve been in the products for the past 6 months. Amazing results. I stuggle with acne and scaring. Have now seen much improvement. Love it. Ps. The lip balm is the best

Ann-Marie Piquita
Exceptional product

Hydrating & moisturizing, leaves skin feeling great!

Elsabe Immelman

Best product I have ever used...






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