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Minor wounds

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 Minor wounds

In a perfect world, we’d never have accidents, but the reality is that cuts, grazes and even burns are part of everyday life. Learn more here about different types of minor wounds and how to properly treat them. 

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How to heal cuts and minor wounds

Whether it be a slip with a cooking knife or a grazed knee from a fall, minor wounds like cuts and scrapes should be treated quickly.

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Learn about minor wounds

How to treat a wound depends on the type of wound. Bepanthen has developed a range of products to help you to treat and to promote healing of minor wounds, specifically Bepanthen® Plus Wound Healing Cream.

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Bepanthen® Plus Wound Healing Cream.

Supportive wound healing cream that disinfects without stinging. 

Bepanthen® Plus Wound Healing Cream is a colourless antiseptic cooling cream. Applied to superficial wounds, it prevents or combats infection and promotes healing. 

It contains chlorhexidine, an antiseptic which is active against bacteria present on the skin or in contaminated wounds and which is therefore capable of preventing or controlling wound infection. 

Bepanthen Plus cream uses 

  • any type of minor wound at risk of infection, including abrasions, small cuts and scratches, fissures, mild burns, sores; 
  • infected skin irritations; 
  • cracked nipples during breastfeeding; 
  • on medical prescription only: chronic wounds such as leg ulcers, decubitus ulcers (pressure sores) and operation wounds.