[GNST] Coco Cream 80ml

$42.20 $50.40

GNST Coco Cream


Made in:
South Korea

Product Description:
GNST Coco Cream offers instant spot-on relief for irritation due to extreme atopic dermatitis. Its remedial actions prevent aggravation of the condition giving soothing comfort. Enriched with Ussurian Pear leaf extract, it immediately suppresses the inflammatory cytokines responsible for irritation and itching. Moreover, it has the Herbal Complex consisting of seven botanical ingredients that bestows immense soothing effect. The natural grade Ceramide enhances the skin moisture barrier protecting from external irritants.

Frequency and directions of use:
1. After cleansing/shower, dry the skin and apply the cream evenly on the desired area till absorbed fully.

2. Use as many times as required per day, all 7 days a week.

Day and Night
Recommended for Babies, Adults with sensitive skin, Pregnant women

List of Ingredients
Purified water, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Myristyl alcohol, Cetrimonium chloride, Steartrimonium chloride, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Laureth-3, Laureth-20, Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride,Polyquaternium-7, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylyl glycol, Butylene glycol, Propylene glycol, Sodium PCA, Betaine, Argan kernel oil, Macadamia seed oil, Camellia oil, Panthenol, Swallow house extract, Cypress water, Silk amino acids, Hydrolyzed keratin, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Hydrolyzed collagen, Hydrolyzed silk, Sodium hyaluronate, Tocopheryl acetate, Cypress oil, Perfume

The Truth About Eczema

When you've tried everything to cure your eczema but nothing's worked, GNST is the brand you need to tune in with Cocofam!
Everywhere you turn there is conflicting advice about eczema and none of it brings any real results that last. GNST will open your eyes, renew your hope and finally get you on the REAL road to being eczema-free, just like you've always wanted.

 What is eczema and its symptoms?

An itchy inflammation of the skin. Atopic dermatitis usually develops in early childhood and is more common in people who have a family history of the condition.
The main symptom is a rash that typically appears on the arms and behind the knees, but can also appear anywhere. Eczema’s symptoms vary from person to person. It often shows up as itchy skin with no sign of rashes at first. Other common signs of eczema include:

    • Red, inflamed or swollen skin
    • Dry, easily irritated skin
    • Intense itching
    • Patches of dark skin
    • Leathery, scaly patches of skin 
    • Scaly skin
    • Itchy red dots on the legs
    • Itchy forearms
    • Red raised bumps on the inner elbow

    The 6 Most Common Types of Eczema

    The flare-ups may appear similar at first glance, but dermatologists actually treat six different kinds of eczema:

    1. Atopic Dermatitis: Persistent Red Patches understanding eczema

    Patients notice scaly patches, redness, inflammation, swollen skin, and sometimes open wounds, oozing, or crusting caused by scratching. Commonly affected areas include the elbows, knees, hands, feet, eyelids, and nipples.

    2. Seborrheic Dermatitis: Dandruff

    It isn't usually thought of as eczema, but scalp dandruff falls in this category. Besides your head, you might also find the greasy plaques and flakes on the eyebrows, nose, chest, or back.

    3. Contact Dermatitis: Itchy Redness

    There are two types of contact dermatitis: irritant and allergic. Irritant is the redness that occurs on the skin's outermost layer after something like, say, wearing a bandage. In allergic contact dermatitis, the rash manifests as an immune response. One common example is poison ivy.

    4. Stasis Dermatitis: Rash on Swollen Areas

    As your circulation diminishes with time, you get fluid build-up. The immune system then tries to correct the swelling, but an over-response may also cause a crusty rash on top of the inflamed areas.

    5. Dyshidrotic Eczema: Red Bumps on the Hands and Feet

    Along with statis, this type is less common. You might develop red patches and pimples- or blister-like bumps on your fingers and toes.

    6. Nummular Eczema: Circular Patches

    Nummular means "coin-shaped" in Latin, so it makes sense that this type manifests as circular patches. The reaction usually occurs on the legs and it's more commonly seen in the elderly, but nummular eczema can affect anyone.


    💦 GNST CHOC CHOC Micellar Cleansing Water: The leave-on cleansing water that keeps you and your baby fresh, at all times! It has a hydrating formula that balances out skin, unlike general cleansers that tend to dry out the skin.

    🚿 GNST COCO Bath & Shampoo: is a dual functional product that cleanses hair, scalp, and body, with a hypoallergenic formula that does not aggravate eczema!

    🧴GNST COCO Lotion: has a moisture quenching formula with natural grade Ceramide. Designed to fill up moisture and irritants at bay.

    🍃 GNST COCO Cream: the all-in-one treatment, moisturizing, and hydrating eczema cream. With the highest amount of PUL to bat away eczema and its new flare-ups!

    ❄️ GNST COCO Soothing Gel: is a cooling, soothing gel that rapidly soothes inflammation skin and relieves the itch right away! A perfect addition to our summer routine.

    ☀️ GNST COCO Lala Sunscreen: is a mild sunblock perfect for every member of the family! A physical sunscreen with SPF 40 sans the white cast with a mild and soothing formula that protects the eczema skin.