Different types of wounds require different treatment, so whether you are treating yourself or a child, it's good to know the different types. With all wounds, the quicker you treat them the lower the risk of infection.
Here are some specific types of wound:
A wound is most sensitive to infection in the early stages, so you should quickly try to minimise the risk of germs entering the wound.
Try to use Bepanthen® Antiseptic Cream as soon as possible after the injury.
As the wound continues to heal, continue to use an antiseptic cream as an aid to the healing process such as Bepanthen® Antiseptic Cream.
Bepanthen® Antiseptic Cream is an all-purpose antiseptic cream for the effective treatment of :
Bepanthen® Antiseptic Cream is gentle and effective enough to be used on baby’s skin.
If you or your child is injured, the best way to aid healing is to immediately prevent germs from entering it. Healing is more difficult if a wound becomes infected, so treat the cut or graze as early as possible to avoid infection.
Minor cuts and grazes usually do not need a visit to the doctor. Proper care is essential to avoid infection and complications.
Here are some ways to help the healing process:
Bepanthen® Antiseptic Cream is an all-purpose antiseptic cream for the effective treatment of cuts, abrasions, scalds, insect bites, stings and sunburn.
Bepanthen® Antiseptic can be used for the gentle and effective care of skin irritations and mothers cracked or damaged nipples* during lactation.
Bepanthen® Antiseptic Cream gently helps the skin to repair and is suitable to be used on baby's skin.
*Wash nipples to remove cream prior to breast-feeding.