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COCO - Cooling Foam for Chickenpox

Kidsner Cooling Foam for Chickenpox is not a gel or ointment, but an easy to apply foam.

Kidsner Cooling Foam for Chickenpox is now available online

What are the symptoms of chickenpox

Chickenpox is a childhood disease. It starts with a fever, then red bumps and blisters appear all over the body. These blisters eventually become scabs. The great feature of chicken pox is that the bumps can be very itchy. Because children often scratch the itchy bumps, infections sometimes arise, which can cause scars.

What are the symptoms of chickenpox:

  • Fever
  • Red spots
  • Red bumps
  • Vesicles with fluid
  • Itching
  • Crusts
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The course of chickenpox

If your child has chicken pox, it will be drowsy at first and may have a fever. The bumps are not yet immediately visible, but will soon follow. The bumps often first form on the torso of the body, but often spread all over the body. The red bumps eventually become blisters with moisture in them. These blisters dry out and scabs form. It often happens that new bumps are added over a longer period of time. So it may be that your baby has scabs and new red bumps at the same time. The course of the disease is not the same for every child. Some children have a minimal amount of red bumps and others are covered with bumps all the way from head to toe.

How long does it take?

Usually the bumps, blisters and scabs of chickenpox are visible for 1 to 2 weeks.

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What to do with chickenpox?

I have been developed to immediately cause a cooling, soothing, caring and protective effect on the skin. The cooling is caused by the evaporation of the mousse on the skin and works with novice chickenpox. This is due to the Laureth-9 in me. The cooling of the skin reduces the urge to scratch, preventing possible further damage to the skin. I also contain moisturizing ingredients that soothe the skin and keep the hydration optimal. I have a mild and pleasant fragrance thanks to the lavender and chamomile extracts.

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How do you use me?


Apply KIDSNER Cooling Foam to the affected area at least 3 times a day. Or use me when lighting is needed, for example, every time the child changes clothes.

For chickenpox, apply the cooling foam gently to the skin, do not rub. The cooling foam is a light, smooth foam that is easily absorbed by the skin.

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