Lipid Wound Spray

The products ONE Primary Wound Dressing and WUNDE are wound healing products formulated from a synergistically acting combination of Neem Oil and St. John’s Wort Oil. The products are rich in naturally occurring fatty acids, which positively support the healing of acute and chronic wounds.

ONE Primary Wound Dressing and WUNDE contain specially formulated, synergistically acting combinations of Neem oil and St. John’s Wort oil and are used for the treatment of small and large/deep acute and chronic wounds, as well as skin defects associated with different types of skin disorders. ONE Primary Wound Dressing and WUNDE are 100% natural and preservative-free.

ONE Primary Wound Dressing and WUNDE are sprayed onto the cleaned (using water, saline solution) wound. The wound is then covered with a simple bandage, a non-woven gauze or an absorbent dressing in the case of a strongly exudating wound.

ONE Primary Wound Dressing and WUNDE enable a very simple and painless dressing change from original injury to complete wound closure. They support wound healing by creating a moist wound environment and keep wounds clean by having an antimicrobial effect. This antimicrobial effect does not provoke negative side effects that may delay wound healing. In addition, ONE Primary Wound Dressing and WUNDE support skin regeneration and therefore reduced scaring.

Neem oil is gained through cold-pressing the seeds or fruits of the Neem tree (Azadirachta indica). The Neem tree is an evergreen that grows on average 15-20 meters and can reach an age of 200 years.The tree is endemic in India, Pakistan and Burma as it requires a dry, subtropic climate. The tree is considered a “holy tree” in India, where all parts of it are used in various forms of extractions, for all types of applications in human and animal health as well as agriculture. In India, Neem plays a central role in traditional medicine. In the West, Neem is not yet well known.

St. John’s Wort oil is known as one possible therapy to treat wounds in Western traditional medicine. The oil is extracted through maceration of the flowers in a cold-pressed plant oil (e.g. olive oil).