Alevicyn™ is now LEVICYN™
Same great product, brand new name
The fast prescription solution
— Fast Relief 3 Ways
Whether for the fast relief of itch and pain or for the cleansing of broken skin, LEVICYNTM has a fast solution.
- LEVICYNTM Antipruritic Spray Gel and LEVICYNTM Antipruritic Gel offer fast relief of atopic dermatitis pain and itch
- LEVICYNTM Antimicrobial Dermal Spray cleans and removes foreign materials
Atopic Dermatitis Significantly Affects
Patients’ Lives and Those Around Them2
63% of people with atopic dermatitis rate their itching as very or extremely bothersome.
More than 1/3 of sufferers say they “often” or “always” feel angry or embarrassed by their appearance due to atopic dermatitis.
The Itch-Scratch Cycle
The Itch-Scratch cycle plays a key role in atopic dermatitis.3,4
Itching and scratching are two of the most frustrating symptoms of atopic dermatitis.5
The Itch-Scratch Cycle in Atopic Dermatitis3,4
The Itch/Scratch cycle begins with the sensation of itch.
The sensation may be due to a combination of skin barrier
and immune system dysfunction, as well as the release of
toxins by opportunistic bacteria on the skin, such as S. aureus.
References: 1. Wang L, Bassiri M, Najafi R, et al. Hypochlorous acid as a potential wound care agent: Part 1, Stabilized Hypochlorous acid: a component of the inorganic armamentarium if innate immunity. J Burns Wounds. 200;11(6):65-79. 2. National Eczema Association. Eczema prevalence, quality of life and economic impact. Available at: https://nationaleczema.org/research/ eczema-facts/. Accessed August 7, 2017. 3. Cork MJ, Danby SG, Vasilopoulos Y, et al. Epidermal barrier dysfunction in atopic dermatitis. J Invest Dermatol. 2009;129(8):1892-1908. 4. Cleveland Clinic. Atopic dermatitis. Available at: http://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/ dermatology/atopic-dermatitis/. Accessed September 9, 2017. 5. Hong J, Buddenkotte J, Berger TG, et al. Management of itch in atopic dermatitis. Semin Cutan Med Surg. 2011;30(2):71-86. 6. Draelos Z, Cash K. Evaluation of a gel formulation of hypochlorous acid and sodium hypochlorite to reduce pruritus in mild to moderate atopic dermatitis. Poster presented at: The Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference. January 14-19, 2012; Maui, HI.