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The right support for regeneration after skin injuries.

Our skin has to take a lot. It regularly suffers injuries such as scrapes, scratches, cuts or burns. Tattoos and dermatological procedures can also injure or stress the skin. The damaged skin can no longer reliably maintain its natural barrier function and should therefore be optimally supported during regeneration.

Instant help for skin injuries

New injuries should be treated immediately with an ointment to prevent infection. However, a good ointment can do more than just disinfecting. It absorbs wound secretion, supports the healing process, eases pain and protects the injured skin. The Widmer ointment also has a deposit effect thanks to its special formula. It contains silver, which is constantly released, thus providing long-term disinfection, as soon as for as long as the ointment has contact with the skin.

Regeneration of damaged or stressed skin and scar care

Whereas small wounds often leave no trace after a short period, large or deep wounds as well as surgery or dermatological procedures can leave unsightly scars. It is therefore important to support the skin’s regeneration with optimal care. Even small skin damage such as rough and dry patches benefit from regenerating care.  Oil-based creams with soothing and moisturising active ingredients are particularly suitable for this task. Good moisture penetration is crucial for the skin’s regenerative processes.

Swiss pharmacists discovered many years ago that the Louis Widmer cream for the area around the eyes is not just ideal for the sensitive skin around the eyes but also scar care, thanks to its high-dosed active ingredients and optimal formula. Its special formula enables the active ingredients to penetrate the deeper skin layers. The skin tissue can thus optimally regenerate and the appearance of scars normalises and the damaged skin becomes smooth and supple again.