Vulnamin® products can be used at all phases of wound healing

Vulnamin® Spray as a preventative effect on the evolution of skin lesions and can be used to protect skin integrity.

Vulnamin® Spray

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    It facilitates the cleaning of the wound and formation of granulation tissue and therefore skin regeneration.

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    Vulnamin® Spray additionally reduces inflammatory infiltrate and stimulates fibroblast production of collagen. 9


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Vulnamin® Powder favours production of granulation tissue and the healing process.

Vulnamin® Powder 

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    Vulnamin® Powder favours the elimination of necrotic tissue and protects the integrity of skin.10

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    It assists skin and connective tissue regeneration through the production of collagen.


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Vulnamin® Gel can be used to help restore the microenvironment of the wound, promoting elimination of necrotic tissues and protecting skin integrity.

Vulnamin® Gel

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    Vulnamin® Gel can be used to induce autolysis and stimulate granulation of vital underlying tissue.11


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Vulnamin® cream facilitates regeneration of tissues and maintenance of the ideal moisture conditions of the wound to promote reepithelialisation of cutaneous lesions.

Vulnamin®Cream

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    It promotes the reconstruction of connective tissue and therefore the regeneration of epithelial cells.12


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Medical device for scars

Scaramin®

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    Scaramin is a cream that can be used as adjuvant in cutaneous regeneration processes such as scars, abrasions, cuts and small ulcers.


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Hyaluronic acid and amino acid formula:
  • Promotes and accelerates wound healing through the direct effects of keratinocyte proliferation and migration.25
  • Stimulates fibroblast migration and proliferation, thereby enhancing formation of granulation tissue and collagen deposition.26
  • Stimulates the expression of vascular endothelial growth faction (VEGF) by fibroblasts, resulting in the formation of blood vessels.27