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The closing of a wound is a complicated process in which many factors impact on the skin’s recovery. ALHYDRAN reduces unpleasant symptoms (such as itching), increases skin elasticity and speeds up the repair of skin around wounds.

ALHYDRAN wound treatment

Skin complaints due to wounds

  • Itching during wound healing
  • Dry skin around wound edges
  • Difficult wound healing
  • Inflammation of the wound

An important factor in wound healing is the health and cleanliness of the surrounding skin (the edges of the wound). This is because a new layer of skin has to grow from the edge of the wound to close it. If the edge of the wound is not healthy and clean, the wound can become even more severely damaged.

ALHYDRAN forms a protective layer over this important but delicate skin. It can be used to protect, hydrate and care for both the edges of wounds and the newly-closed skin.

  • Protects and hydrates newly-closed skin

  • Reduces unpleasant symptoms (such as itching)

  • Increases skin elasticity

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Customer reviews

I have suffered from considerable skin damage, due to shingles. I got the shingles in September 2016 and my skin is still badly damaged, from the bottom of my face to the top of my arm. ALHYDRAN takes care of the affected skin, absorbs well and reduces itching. I do not yet notice a difference in the thickness of the scars. I find the ALHYDRAN cream very pleasant to use!



skin care after wound closure

Wound care case studies

Medics and skin professionals show how they use ALHYDRAN for wounds. The study focuses on the treatment of one patient. View the diagnosis, symptoms and personal experience of the practitioner and patient when using ALHYDRAN for wound treatment.

After 10 days ALHYDRAN

ALHYDRAN Case Study: Chronical wound - After

Chronical wound

  • Wound edges improved significantly
  • The wound has closed

After 9 months ALHYDRAN

Surgical wound (scar)

  • Complete scar maturation in 9 months
  • Combination with silicone therapy

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