Deb Stokoderm Frost for Skin Dryness

Pre-work cream for skin health in cold working conditions.

Stokoderm® Frost from Deb Group is designed to prevent skin dryness. It is a pre-work cream specially developed to keep hands, face, and other exposed skin healthy in cold working conditions.

skin drynessStokoderm Frost is part of the Deb Stoko® Range. Dermatologically tested, it is suitable for application in various environments and can be used with gloves or personal protective equipment (PPE). The dual action formula is designed to work at preventing skin dryness and can be applied at sub-zero temperatures to -22°F without freezing.

Stokoderm Frost absorbs quickly into the skin without leaving a residue and should be applied in small amounts 15 minutes before work. However, it can also be effectively used and applied even in the coldest conditions. This white, silicone-free, slightly perfumed emulsion (water in oil) is composed of water, Dlycerin, Ethylhexyl Stearate, Sorbitol, C16-20 Isoalkane, Diethylhexyl Carbonate, Propylene Glycol, Polyglyceryl-4 Diisostearate/Polyhydroxystearate/Sebacate, Magnesium Sulfate, Panthenol, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Paraffin, Cera Microcristallina, parfum (fragrance), Allantoin, and Phenoxyethanol. The product is governed by the Cosmetics Regulations of the EC, and is not subject to the Chemicals Act or the Ordinance Regulating Hazardous Substances.

The anti-freeze effect allows Stokoderm Frost to be dispensed at very low temperatures without getting too thick. The Panthenol, Glycerine, and Allantoin are known for their skin soothing and moisturizing properties to help strengthen the skin‘s natural barrier.

Stokoderm Frost can be stored in an unopened container at room temperature for more than 30 months. Shelf life after opening is indicated on packaging. Stokoderm Frost is packaged in 30ml and 100ml tubes, one liter cartridges, and a one liter dispensers; case quantities vary.

Stokoderm Frost can prevent skin dryness for general outdoor workers and those working in refrigerated environments, as well as those working in construction, mining, fabrication and assembly, food industries and catering, and warehousing and logistics.

When skin is exposed to potentially harmful substances and environments, the implementation of safe working practices and appropriate protective equipment should be used. However, when skin exposure cannot be avoided, using an appropriate skin protection cream can reduce the risk of occupational skin disorder and keep skin healthy.