With the following specific ingredients

Liquorice root extract

Liquorice root extract has an anti-inflammatory effect because it inhibits an enzyme that supports the conversion of cortisol in the skin. As a result, anti-inflammatory hydrocortisone is deactivated more slowly, allowing it to last longer.



Betaglucan is a compound of several glucose molecules that occur, for example, in the cell walls of baker's yeast. Research into its efficacy has long shown that betaglucan boosts the immune system and improves wound healing, and that it can also be used to treat allergies, skin irritation and many other conditions. Betaglucan regulates the activity of macrophages, some of which lie beneath the epidermis. These produce collagen, shortening wound healing times and improving wound healing. In addition, they offer protection against external influences.



Avenanthramids are compounds extracted from oats. Studies have shown that they weaken the source of inflammation. They reduce the intensity of redness, prevent allergic reactions and relieve itching.


Moringa oil

Moringa oil is extracted from the Moringa or drumstick tree, which is considered one of the most nutritious crops.

It grows in dry, warm areas and is native to India, where it was used in Ayurvedic medicine thousands of years ago.

All parts of the tree can be used. In addition to its beneficial properties for the human body, the tree grows very quickly and can also be used to purify dirty water.

The Moringa butter used by Zeitschild is extracted from the seeds of the tree and is known to repair distortions in the skin barrier. This prevents the loss of moisture and the penetration of harmful substances, and reduces skin irritation. That is why Moringa butter is an ideal ingredient for our Barrier Repair cream (BR Cream) from our Derma Systems product range.


Incense tree extract (Boswellia serrata)

Incense tree extract is one of the oldest medicinal plant extracts. It has been used in Indian medicine as an anti-inflammatory for thousands of years. It is used in wound dressings to treat ulcers and chronic polyarthritis. It is also used in the treatment of psoriasis and neurodermatitis. At the molecular level, it suppresses the formation and release of inflammatory mediators such as cytokines, prostaglandins and leukotrins. Boswellia serrata also has an antioxidant effect.