Burn & Scalds

-10%
-10%
9,30 

4 in 1 Wound & Superficial Burn Healing Gel.

Insect Bites & Stings Treatments

Cicatridina Ointment 60gr

Available
23,00 

Cicatridina Ointment is indicated in the adjuvant treatment of reparative processes of superficial and deep wounds.

13,61 

Fast action skin relieving cream.

6,50 

L-Mesitran Active is a small, hydro-active wound dressing which contains 30% medical grade honey. L-Mesitran Active can also be used for blisters.

-15%
-15%
4,16 

L-Mesitran Border is a sterile hydro-active, low-adherence, honey containing wound dressing with an adhesive border.

-15%
-15%
5,01 

L-Mesitran Foam is a sterile non-adherent hydrophilic polyurethane foam dressing of about 3 mm, impregnated with the patented L-Mesitran Soft gel.

-15%
-15%
4,16 

L-Mesitran Hydro is a sterile hydro-active, low-adherence, honey containing wound dressing.

4,90 

A primary open-weave mesh dressing combined with a hydro-active honey-hydrogel.

-15%
-15%

First Aid

L-Mesitran Ointment 20gr

Available
7,65 

L-Mesitran Ointment helps to promote wound healing and stimulate cell migration.

-15%
-15%

First Aid

L-Mesitran Ointment 50gr

Available
16,57 

L-Mesitran Ointment helps to promote wound healing and stimulate cell migration.

-15%
-15%

First Aid

L-Mesitran Soft Wound Gel 15gr

Available
7,05 

L-Mesitran Soft is a powerful combination of Medical Grade Honey and antioxidants to provide antimicrobial action and increase patient compliance.

-15%
-15%

First Aid

L-Mesitran Soft Wound Gel 50gr

Available
15,72 

L-Mesitran Soft is a powerful combination of Medical Grade Honey and antioxidants to provide antimicrobial action and increase patient compliance.

The Best Products for Relieving and Healing Burns

A burn is a type of injury to the flesh or skin caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, or radiation. Burns that only affect the superficial skin are known as superficial or first-degree burns. When the damage penetrates some of the underlying layers, then we say that we have a deep-burn burn or a second-degree burn. In a -total -burn or third-degree burn, the injury extends to all layers of the skin. A fourth-degree burn also involves injury to deeper tissues, such as muscles or bones.

The treatment required depends on the severity of the burn. Superficial burns can only be treated with simple analgesic painkillers, while severe burns may require prolonged treatment in specialized burn rehabilitation centers. Cooling the burn with a little tap water may relieve the pain and reduce the damage, however prolonged exposure can lead to hypothermia. For deep-partial burns, it may be necessary to clean with soap and water and apply a wound dressing. It is not clear how to handle the blisters, but logically, it is better not to bother them at all. Total fat burns usually require surgery, such as a skin graft. Extended burns usually require large doses of intravenous fluids because the subsequent inflammatory reaction will result in significant capillary fluid leakage and swelling. The most common complications of burns are related to infection.

At Fotopharmacy, discover all our products that will immediately relieve you, providing a healthy and good-looking skin!