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Manuka Vet Skin And Wound CrÞme 100g

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I260137-Manuka Vet Skin And Wound CrÞme 100g
I260137-Manuka Vet Skin And Wound CrÞme 100g I260137-Manuka Vet Skin And Wound CrÞme 100g

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Description

Veterinary formulated Mānuka Vet Skin & Wound Crème contains 80% Mānuka honey, plus lanolin and essential plant oils (citronella and rosemary).

The lanolin increases the temperature stability, making it more pliable when cold and more viscous when warm, reducing run-off. In addition to this, lanolin makes the Crème water repellent and is an emollient.

The plant oils have natural repellent properties, impeding nuisance insects from making contact with the wound.

This sterile and filtered 100% New Zealand product has been independently certified as containing >350 MGO (350mg/kg of methylglyoxal), ensuring that the Crème has all of the beneficial healing attributes that comes naturally with medical grade Mānuka honey.

Skin & Wound Crème can be safely applied to an open wound, after following normal wound cleaning procedures, but should not be used under a bandage.  

 

80% PURE NEW ZEALAND MANUKA HONEY. All natural ingredients including lanolin and essential oils for optimum adherence and wound protection. 

VETERINARIAN FORMULATED CREAM for dogs and horses. Ideal for treating minor wounds and skin conditions.

MEDICAL-GRADE, independently certified 350+ MGO. High potency manuka honey scientifically proven to heal wounds faster and with less inflammation and scarring.

PROTECTS AND MOISTURIZES WOUNDS. Manuka honey protects the wound while its high osmotic gradient creates a fluid shift from adjacent tissues into the wound creating a moist, nutrient-rich, low pH wound environment, which promotes autolytic debridement and enhanced wound healing. 

SAFE AND EASY TO APPLY. The cream is designed to be used as the sole topical treatment of minor wounds, or in the latter stages of healing following use of Manuka Vet Skin & Wound Gel. Manuka Vet Skin & Wound Crème is easy to use at home and comes with a leaflet with expert veterinarian instructions on how to use it for faster, more effective wound healing. 

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