Dermacyn® WoundCare Solution
An anti-microbial solution that offers safe and effective cleansing, irrigation and moistening of wounds.
- Safe to use around the mouth, nose & eyes
- Anti-bacterial, anti-viral & anti-fungal
- Antibiotic-free & alcohol-free
- Good for sensitive skin
Non-toxic, Non-irritating & Non-sensitising
Cleaning solution for small wounds
Combat wound infections
Acute & chronic use
Maintaining a clean wound environment
Immediate application without the need to rinse with water
Spray WoundCare solution directly on the affected area
Cover with wound dressing (plaster, adhesive dressing or bandage)
Use WoundCare solution when replacing the dressing or as required.
Yes, Dermacyn® WoundCare Solution is safe for all ages and is widely used in hospitals and clinics.
Care must be taken not to mix with water or saline, as it will disrupt the effectiveness of the super-oxidised solution.
Dermacyn® WoundCare Solution has FDA 510K approval for use on any acute and chronic wound; Stage I-IV ulcers, venous ulcers, Diabetic ulcers, post surgical wound, burns and irritations on skin.
Yes! Thousands of diabetic patients have been treated with outstanding results.
It has demonstrated compatibility with all wound care products used in comprehensive wound care management.
Status Report on Topical Hypochlorous Acid: Clinical Relevance of Specific Formulations, Potential Modes of Action, and Study Outcomes
James Q. Del Rosso, DO and Neal Bhatia, MD
HOCl exhibits broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity that is directly toxic to many bacteria and fungi and might also impart antiviral properties. Hypochlorous acid exhibits anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties based on multiple laboratory analyses. These properties appear to correlate with the potential therapeutic benefits of topically applied HOCl for a variety of skin disorders.
Topical formulations of stabilized, pH-neutral HOCl (e.g., solution, gel, spray) have been evaluated in several studies demonstrating both antimicrobial effects and therapeutic benefit in many cutaneous disorders, including seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis-associated pruritus, acne vulgaris, diabetic foot ulcers, and hypertrophic scars/keloids. Topical HOCl appears to be well tolerated and safe, without any major adverse events reported.