PRESSURE SORES + ULCERS

Diabetic ulcers and pressure sores can be very painful and difficult to heal. The NeoGenesis line of skin care products can provide relief and support the skin, bringing soothing comfort to the areas affected. With just a few key products, our patented S²RM® molecules that are naturally packaged in exosomes can be delivered most effectively into the skin to encourage healthy healing.

BENEFITS

  • Provides nutrient-rich molecules to the skin
  • Supports the skin’s repair process
  • Soothes and calms the area of the sore
  • Delivers soothing comfort to the area
  • No contraindications or side effects
  • Relieves pain and discomfort

PROTOCOL | Twice Daily

  1. Apply Recovery two times daily, if the wound is uncovered (can be used up to four times daily)
  2. If the wound is covered by a dressing, apply Recovery when the bandage is changed before applying other prescribed products for healing
  3. As the skin begins to heal and close the sore, add Barrier Renewal Cream to further hydrate and protect the skin

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PRESSURE SORES + ULCERS

Bed sores, pressure sores, or pressure ulcers are caused by prolonged pressure on the skin and are often the result of medical conditions that limit a person’s ability to change positions. Bed sores develop quickly and are often difficult to treat. Diabetic ulcers typically develop due to poor circulation and high blood sugar.

Twice daily application of NeoGenesis Recovery to the wound helps to create a moist environment with growth factors that are involved in the healing of wounds. Daily use of Recovery serum, or application when the wound dressing is changed, will help to create the right environment for healing.

Barrier Renewal Cream is a lightweight, hydrating, reparative cream for all skin types, including barrier impaired skin, as well as, dry, sensitive or irritated skin to support the skin’s repair process.

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