The DRY Patch
The DRY has a tulle interface as well as Honeypatch medical honey. This works for all wounds EXCEPT very wet (exudative) wounds because the tulle interface is not absorbent. The DRY patch can be stored for up to 3 years (2 weeks after opening the patch).Buy DRY
The MOIST Patch
The MOIST patch combines an absorbent alginate plate and our medical honey. MOIST works on all types of ulcers except dry wounds. The MOIST patch can be stored for up to 3 years (2 weeks after opening the patch)Buy MOIST
The PURE pump
PURE is an anti-bacterial and healing medical honey-based ointment. The PURE is contained in an "airless" pump which allows long-term use (3 years).Buy the PURE
The BALM Cicacera
BALM is a balm made from medical grade beeswax and olive oil which has an anti-bacterial and healing effect. It is applied to irritated skin. The BALM is contained in an "airless" pump which allows long-term use of the product (3 years).Buy the BALM
Alginates are dressings based on alginic acid polymers obtained from brown algae. The sodium in the exudate and the calcium in the alginate exchange ions to form a detergent gel that does not adhere to the wound and maintains a moist environment conducive to healing.
Hydrocolloid dressings are made of a hydrophobic polymer incorporating hydrophilic particles (gelatin, pectin or carboxymethylcellulose). On contact with wound fluid, these particles form a gel absorbing exudate and perhaps also bacteria. Hydrocolloid dressings have limited absorption power and are covered on the external side by a polyurethane layer that is breathable but impervious to liquids and germs. They must remain applied for several days to obtain optimal effect.
Hydrocellular dressings are absorbent dressings that prevent maceration and help maintain the wound in favorable physiological conditions. They are often used in the treatment of chronic and acute wounds such as traumatic wounds.
Hydrogels are made of hydrophilic polymers that hold and release water. Dry and fibrinous wounds can thus be hydrated and necrotic tissues debrided by humidification. Hydrogels have limited absorption power and their cooling effect calms pain. Some hydrogels in the form of plates contain on the external side a layer of polyurethane which is permeable to air but impervious to liquids and germs. Hydrogels can remain applied for several days unless there is major contamination. Limited data suggests that honey may promote wound healing, but it is not proven that adding honey to hydrogels further accelerates healing.
Hydrofiber dressings form a gel on contact with wound fluid which ensures optimal humidity conditions at the wound level. They have great absorption power, and can remain applied for several days. This dressing can cover the edges of the wound. It is not proven that adding silver to these dressings further accelerates healing.
Interface dressings are dressings composed of a non-adherent contact layer which can remain applied for several days. Due to their airy mesh structure, these dressings are permeable to wound fluid. An absorbent dressing should generally also be applied above the interface dressing. The adsorbent dressing should be replaced in case of saturation more frequently than the interface dressing.