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J Drugs Dermatol. 2019 Jun 1;18(6):557.

Validation of Botanical Treatment Efficiency for Adults and Children Suffering from Mild to Moderate Atopic Dermatitis



The study was conducted to determine the efficiency of the botanicals combination incorporated in the Kamedis Eczema Therapy Cream (the tested product) for adults and children suffering from mild to moderate Atopic Dermatitis.


The study designed as an interventional, multi-center, double-blind, randomized, controlled study.


Subjects were evenly randomly divided into three treatment groups: tested product, vehicle, and comparator. The vehicle used was the identical tested product without the botanical combination while the comparator was a leading OTC brand in the US market. All three above groups used a similar Kamedis wash for the body and face following by one of the three randomized treatment creams for the affected areas on the face and body.


One hundred and eight (108) subjects with uncomplicated, stable, mild to moderate atopic dermatitis recruited and qualified for the study; 71 females and 37 males, age 3 to 73.


The investigator assessed the severity of each subject using the Investigator Global Assessment (IGA) and affected body surface area (BSA) at each of the visit days 0, 7, 14, and 28.


The tested product demonstrated an improvement in IGA and BSA over the vehicle at every visit across treatment time, proving the validation that the botanical product is much more effective and beneficial than the same product without the botanicals. The tested product as well as the comparator reached exactly the same percentage, 34%, of 'clear' IGA subjects of the enrolled subjects, presenting advantage over the vehicle. The BSA improvement comparison analysis of the tested product over the vehicle yielded statistically significant P value of 0.0369.


The study results approve and validate that the botanical combination is the key factor for the efficacy and improvement of the AD symptoms within this study population. J Drugs Dermatol. 2019;18(6):557-561.


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