“Thin Skin is a very serious medical condition… Simple incidents like a bump or a bruise could potentially lead to an infection, an ulceration, or even an amputation down the road.”

Dr. Lynette Inocente talks about treating
her diabetic and elderly patients with

Thin Skin is a Serious Medical Condition

Treat, Protect and Renew Thin Dry Sensitive Skin

Thin skin loses the protective fatty layer that gives the skin its protective properties and cushion. Thin skin becomes increasingly at risk of serious and even life-threatening conditions – Skin at Risk from such diseases as dermatitis, psoriasis, pressure ulcers (bedsores), diabetic skin conditions, including skin ulcers.

Preserve the skin’s vital protective moisture barrier function with daily use of CABOT CREAMS – Topical Phospholipid Replenishment Therapy.

Skin forms the protective barrier between you and the environment preventing invasions of toxins. When skin becomes thin whether from external assaults, pressure, aging or diseases such as diabetes and peripheral vascular disease the skin loses its protective barrier increasing the risk of life threatening conditions.

CABOT CREAMS are formulated to deliver the proven benefits of phospholipids – powerful natural antioxidants and the chief moisturizing agent in the skin. Phospholipids provide long acting moisturizing and protection to the skin – to treat and prevent pressure sores; and protect and renew thin dry sensitive skin. Phospholipids are the prime building blocks of all life forms and are thus indispensable to healthy skin; assembling and strengthening skin cell membranes, stimulating micro-circulation and accelerating the natural healing of the skin.

Recent studies suggest that regular/daily use of CABOT CREAMS®CABOT P.O.L.® PHOSPHOLIPIDS CREAM and CABOT® CERAMIDE COMPLEX 25 RENEWAL CREAMS – which incorporate Cooplerlabs’ proprietary, patent-pending complex of phospholipids, glycolipids, and ceramides, rebuild skin tissue and may prevent or even reverse many problems associated with thin, dry, aging skin.