Healing ointments

There are several types of healing ointments that act by accelerating epithelialization and cell regeneration, relieving itching and preventing infections in the region.

In addition, some ointments also help to prevent the formation of ugly scars, but to make the most of their effect, you should also protect the scar with sunscreen and avoid sun exposure until healing is complete.

1. Ointments for burns

Ointments that can be used to treat burns are Fibrase, Nebacetin , Dermazine or Cicalfate, for example.

When the wound is completely closed, C-Kaderm, Kelo-cote, Skimatix ultra or Contractubex gel can be used , which prevent the formation of ugly scars and keloids.

2. Tattoo ointments

The ointments that can be used in tattoos are Bepantol or Probentol, for example. In addition, it is also important to use sun protection to avoid fading the tattoo.

3. Post surgery ointments

The ointments that can be used after surgery, such as cesarean section, can be Cicalfate or Dermazine , for example, but only if the doctor authorizes it.

When the wound is completely closed and after the stitches have been removed, Kelo-kote, Skimatix ultra or Contractubex gel can be used , which prevents the formation of ugly scars and keloids.

4. Ointments for superficial wounds and cuts

Ointments that can be used for cuts and wounds are Nebacetin , Depantex, Bepantol , Cicalfate or Contractubex, for example.

In the case of a deep and extensive wound, when the wound is completely closed, Kelo-kote gel can be used , which prevents the formation of ugly scars and keloids.

 

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