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Iamin

Iamin Hydrating Gel Wound Dressing

A hydrogel for the dressing and management of 1st and 2nd degree burns, pressure ulcers, donor sites, postoperative incisions, cuts, abrasions, and irritations of the skin.
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  • Overview
  • A hydrogel for the dressing and management of 1st and 2nd degree burns, pressure ulcers, donor sites, postoperative incisions, cuts, abrasions, and irritations of the skin.

    *Procyte products may not be shipped outside the United States or its territories.

    SKU: A8302-S

  • Ingredients
  • Purified Water, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Benzyl Alcohol, Prezatide Copper Acetate, Sodium Chloride.

  • Features
  • Directions

    As needed, first cleanse the wound. Apply Iamin Hydrating Gel Wound Dressing to sufficiently cover the entire area of the wound, once daily or, if more frequent, with each dressing change. If gauze is used as a wound covering, it may be moistened.

    Storage: Controlled room temperature. Product can be refrigerated. Protect from freezing.
    Precautions: If condition worsens, consult your physician immediately. Keep this product out of the reach of children. Each tube of Iamin Hydrating Gel Wound Dressing should be used by one patient only in oder to reduce the risk of cross inflection.

  • About the brand
  • Iamin was originally created for the management of chronic and acute wounds. It’s the first wound care product developed by the company ProCyte. A lot of research went into Iamin and it has now set the bar for all other wound care products. Although this product was designed for wounds from dermal ulcers to postoperative incisions, there is evidence that it is also helps prevent hair loss and promotes hair growth! You can also try dabbing Iamin on line fines and wrinkles to reduce their appearance.

    The not-so-secret ingredient is copper. Scientific studies have shown that copper increases skin’s ability to heal itself and produces collagen.

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