Diomed Flare Relief Emollient Product Evaluation
Trial ends: 28 October 2020
If you or your child (over one year old) has long-term eczema that occasionally flares up, we would like to invite you to take part in an evaluation of Diomed Flare Relief Emollient.
Diomed Flare Relief is a novel emollient because not only is it highly moisturising but it also contains an anti-inflammatory medicinal ingredient (nicotinamide, a form of vitamin B3). If you or your child have long-term eczema that occasionally flares up you may be eligible to take part in this evaluation.
If you (or your child) are happy to take part and meet various entry requirements for the product evaluation, you will receive a 28-day supply of Diomed Flare Relief Emollient to test on an area of skin of your choice (carrying on with your or your child's normal treatment(s) elsewhere on the body). You will also be sent a short questionnaire to complete before you start using the product as well as questionnaires for you to complete on days 1, 8, 15 and 29, so you can provide your feedback on the product. If you are happy to do so, we will also ask you to send us photographs of the skin area where you applied the emollient before, during and after the evaluation, we will also ask you to send us a product review. If you or your child are eligible and complete the product evaluation, we will enter you into a prize draw to win 1 of 3 £50 Amazon vouchers.
We are performing this evaluation with Diomed Developments, the manufacturers of Diomed Flare Relief Emollient. If you agree to take part, the anonymised information collected will be shared with Diomed Developments to support future brand development, including use in scientific or medical publications and possible product improvements. talkhealth will not disclose your identity to Diomed Developments or any third parties, and we will not use the information for any other purpose.
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