Wound-healing product made from a specially formulated combination of neem oil, St. John’s Wort oil and olive oil that work in synergy with each other. Suitable for the treatment of abrasions and cuts, cracks and bruises, burns, slow-to-heal wounds and skin defects as a result of skin disorders.
Hypoallergenic. Free from sensitising ingredients. Suitable for diabetics.
Dry, cracked skin, rhagades and ingrown nail
Dry, brittle lip
Herpes labialis (cold sore)
Itchy, irritated, scaly skin resulting from skin disorders
Superficial or deep cuts after the butterfly closures are removed
The oil film creates a moist wound environment, thus promoting cell proliferation and activating physiological wound healing.
Fatty acids in the oil film enable an antimicrobial effect without cytotoxic side effects that may inhibit wound healing.
The oil film and its fatty acids promote the regeneration of the epidermis and therefore healthy scar tissue healing.
PAINLESS DRESSING CHANGE
The oil film prevents the secondary dressing from adhering to the wound, thus enabling easy and painless dressing changes.
Shake well before use.
Spray WOUND directly onto the affected area from a distance of appr. 5 cm. A clear oil film must be visible. For exact applications (e.g. lips, toes, small facial areas, scars), it is recommended to use the product APPLICATOR in combination with WOUND. Let the oil settle for a minute.
Cover the affected skin area with a non-woven gauze held in place with an adhesive bandage / tape. In case you use a plaster, remove oil from the skin where the plaster will adhere to. Note: WOUND may stain clothing if no secondary dressing is used.
Repeat the treatment every 24 hours until complete healing. If necessary, apply WOUND several times daily.
Important: Deep wounds can lead to an infection. Should the wound condition worsen and/or the pain increase, consult a doctor.
Important: In case butterfly closures are used for adaption of the wound edges, use WOUND only after the butterfly closures are removed as the oil may reduce the adherence of the closures.
Number of spray puffs per application
1cm x 1cm wound: minimum of 1-2 spray puffs per application
3 cm x 3 cm wound: minimum of 4 spray puffs per application
6 cm x 6 cm wound: minimum of 15 spray puffs per application
1 spray contains a minimum of 105 spray puffs and enables approximately 25 applications.