Media Release: Father cures daughters’ eczema


WHEN Glaswegian, James McPeake’s four year-old daughter Patricia developed severe eczema, it got so bad that neither of them could sleep at night.

So, when an extensive search and testing of all available medical remedies failed to treat her symptoms, he decided to develop his own products to care for Patricia’s sensitive skin without damaging side effects.

McPeake said: “Following exhaustive research over an 18-month period, visiting dermatologists and international raw material suppliers to gather information about everything related to skin and how to treat it, I developed a formulation that offered much needed moisture, nourishment and protection for Patricia’s skin.

“The results were phenomenal!

“Within hours of an application, she stopped scratching and within days her skin returned to normal.”

Today, Patricia is 18 and has perfect skin – as does her sister, 12 year-old Jasmine, who also suffered from eczema as a child – thanks to the recuperating cream developed by their father.

Today, that formulation, Dermatique Recuperating Cream, is helping improve the quality of life of thousands of people throughout the UK and around the world.

Available exclusively online at, the Recuperating Cream is recommended and formulated specifically to moisturize and heal dry skin and to prevent dry skin from recurring.

As well as dry and itchy skin, it is used to treat such conditions as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and rosacea.

A key aspect of Dermatique’s philosophy is the avoidance of common irritants such as petrochemicals, colour or perfume.

Thousands of customers in the UK continue to say that Dermatique’s Recuperating Cream is the only cream that works for them and keeps on working.


For further information please contact Susan Christie on tel 0141 561 4018

Issued on behalf of Dermatique by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018

Date: 1st July 2013.

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