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Comvita Medihoney Antibacterial Wound Gel™

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A specialised wound gel containing sterilised medical grade Manuka honey; promotes wound healing and reduces the risk of infection for broken eczema prone skin and skin splits. Can be used on burns, cuts, grazes and eczema wounds.

  • Supports healing of eczematous skin including raw eczema and scratch wounds
  • Protects and reduces the risk of infection
  • Can be used for broken and infected skin, cuts, grazes, burns and ulcers
  • Used in homes and hospitals around the world
ONE PRODUCT, THREE ACTIONS:
  • Heals: creates a moist, low pH environment that promotes wound healing and reduces scarring.
  • Cleans: naturally cleans the wound of bacteria, dead tissue, dirt and debris by drawing it into the dressing.
  • Protects: reduces the risk of infection.

Medihoney Antibacterial Wound Gel has been specifically formulated combining 80% Medihoney Antibacterial Honey with natural waxes and oils to provide a high viscosity gel that is easy to apply with good wash off characteristics when dressings are changed. It can be used throughout the healing process.

Apply a generous quantity of Antibacterial Wound Gel directly onto the wound or an appropriate dressing. Always read the label. Use only as directed.

PRECAUTIONS: Serious wounds should be managed under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Do not use on individuals who have had an allergic reaction to honey.

Suitable for all ages.

 

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There is currently a delay on orders being processed & shipped. This is due to COVID 19 and a much higher volume of orders with both us and our carrier. We are doing our very best and very much appreciate your patience and continued support.

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