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Dermal Therapy Australia
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Wide range of products
Soothes skin conditions


Dermal Therapy Product ranges

  • Foot care: This range helps treat problems such as dry, cracked feet, foot odour, nail fungus and plantar and common warts.
  • Lip care: These products contain ultra-moisturing and concentrated ingredients to help restore moisture to very dry lips.
  • Hand care: Dermal Therapy’s hand balms and creams include a sanitising cream, an anti-aging balm and a cream for extremely rough hands.
  • Hair and scalp care: Two ranges of products are designed to either soothe a dry and itchy scalp, or to strengthen and stimulate hair.
  • Eczema and Dermatitis skin care: This range is made to help provide relief for dry and flaky skin caused by eczema, as well as some of the pain associated with it.
  • Psoriasis skin care: Dermal Therapy’s Psoriasis Cream is clinically tested to effectively treat scaly, red and itchy skin caused by psoriasis.
  • Itchy skin care: Clinically tested to relieve the symptoms of itchy skin in minutes, this range is suitable for sensitive skin.
  • Very dry skin care: Made for severely dry skin, this range includes shower products, as well as moisturisers.
  • Sensitive skin care: A gentle lotion and body wash are free from petrochemicals, parabens and fragrances, to leave skin happy and hydrated.
  • Deodorants: These natural crystal deodorants are suitable for people with sensitive skin. They’re also alcohol and fragrance-free.
  • Children’s skin care: This range of products was developed to help manage mild eczema in children.

Points of praise

With almost all reviewers awarding Dermal Therapy products either 4 or 5 stars, there’s no doubt that these skincare ranges are effective.

Those who were new to the brand expressed their surprise and satisfaction that the skincare product they took a chance on was immediately effective in providing relief.

Reviewers expressed their praise for a broad range of products. In particular, the ability of products to soothe and relieve skin conditions, while providing a moisturising effect, was appreciated.

Of particular note was the products’ ability to relieve dry and itchy skin, and get rid of cracks in the feet, as well as dry hands.

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4 reviews
  • Value for Money
    1.0 (1)
  • Skin Type
  • Causes Irritation Yes (1) · No
  • Ease of Application
    2.0 (1)
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Overpriced & not suitable for atopic eczema flare-ups


My 4 yr old daughter has suffered with atopic eczema since age 6 weeks. This cream stings after application once skin is slightly cracked during a flare-up. It did slow the flare-up down but even after several applications, over a 24hr period it hadn’t significantly reduced redness, itch, dryness or broken skin. Cream was still not hydrating enough even though applied after a QV oil bath at night. Conveniently available at Woolworths for $15-18 for 175ml tube, suitable for mild dermatitis rashes or mild eczema but not suitable for an eczema flare-up with even the smallest cracks in the skin. For this I’d use QV Baby moisturising cream from a chemist, $18-20 for 500g and won’t sting EVER.

Purchased in May 2019 at Woolworths valley Gladstone qld.

Value for Money
Ease of Application
Incentivised Review No
Skin TypeDry Skin
Causes Irritation Yes
Product(s) UsedEczema Relief Cream
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Questions & Answers

Michael H.
Michael H.asked
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Hi there,
My wife has in previous years used your hand balm during winter as her hands get very dry and cracked. She is now 25 weeks pregnant and her hands are getting very dry and cracked again so we wanted to make sure it was safe to use during pregnancy before using it. She will be asking her doctor as well but wanted to see if you had any advice.

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Kim B.
Kim B.asked
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Is the dermal therapy anti itch cream safe to use during pregnancy? We’re expecting our first baby and I suffer from contact dermatitis and my hands get extremely itchy

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Deb R.
Deb R.asked
Hand Care Range

my question is this... can i read reviews from people who have used the hand balm for aging wrinkled hands. I would love to read reviews from people who have really noticed changes in their hands. My hands are so wrinkled blotchy sun spots and crepey and i am only 59!! im embarrassed by my hands

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