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Nano colloidal silver
Effectively kills more than 650 microorganisms (bacteria, fungus and virus)
Non-drug and non-toxic


Chitosan biopolymer
Forms secondary skin to protect wound
Fasten wound healing and closure
Reduce scarring and keloid formation


ChitoHeal Gel?

ChitoHeal Gel is a primary bioactive dressing, suitable for all types of superficial wounds. It is a powerful wound healing product, forming a secondary skin on the site of wound protecting and healing it at the same time.

Chitosan has been widely used in wound healing, including burn wounds. ChitoHeal gel, novel chitosan-based gel, is studied to assess the effectiveness and rate of wound healing in all types of wounds?[1]?and second degree burns compared to traditional wound dressings. The result of recent studies show that it is likely to be important for the development of novel strategies for wound healing using ChitoHeal gel.

Faster wound healing and re-epithelialization of wounds could result in the reduction of collagen deposition, hence preventing severe scar formation2.

Main component:?N-acetyl ? D- Glucosamine (Chitosan)

Features & benefits:
Accelerates the rate of healing
Anti-bacterial effect on staphylococcus aureus, B-Hemolytic streptococci, Pseudomonas, E. Coli, Staphylococcus Epidermidis, Klebsiella pneumoniae

Anti-viral effect on Poliovirus and Herpes simplex
Scar reduction
No irritation, no sensitivity (ISO 10993-10)
No toxicity (ISO 10993-5)

I degree burn and Sunburn
Cuts and Scratches
Diabetic foot ulcers (I degree)
Umbilical cord and circumcision locations
Emergency and first aid

Instructions for Use:

Immediately use after opening the packaging or keep the product in the refrigerator. The product has made up of natural polymers and it is sensitive to temperature and other environmental condition.


1.?? ?Kordestani, Soheila S., Shahrezaee. M, Tahmasbi.M.N., Hajimahmodi.H, Hahi Ghasemali.D., Abyaneh.M.S.” A randomized controlled trial on the effectiveness of an advanced wound dressing used in Iran.” Journal of wound care 17, no.7 (2008):323-327.
2.?? ?S. Honardar, S.S. Kordestani, M. Daliri, F. NayebHabib, ?The effect of chitosan-based gel on second degree burn wounds.? Journal of wound care 25, no.8 (2016): 489-494.




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