Reduce the visibility of scars
Promotes up to 50% faster healing
Hansaplast Fast Healing plasters speed up the healing process by up to 50% and are suitable for covering all types of smaller wounds, even those after minor surgery. For optimal healing results, the plaster should be worn for several days
The thin, waterproof material seals around the wound to protect it from bacteria.
The woundpad made with a skin friendly polyurethane material selectively absorbs wound fluid while keeping the wound moist, thus accelerating healing and reducing the risk of scarring.
The strong adhesion ensures that the plaster stays in place for several days.
The plasters are available as strips in different sizes for optimal healing.
|43 x 68mm||8 Strips|
No, it doesn’t. The polyurethane technology ensures that the wound pad does not stick to the wound. Fast Healing adheres only to the area surrounding the wound and not to the wound itself.
Fast Healing is suitable for people with sensitive skin or that show allergies to common wound treatment products. Nevertheless, you have to be sure that the consumer is not allergic to one of the ingredients (e.g. polyurethane, acrylate) of Fast Healing.
No, it isn’t. On the contrary, a scab actually can impair fast wound healing. The scab acts as a natural dressing, but closure of the wound is prolonged, as new cells cannot grow and move as quickly to close the wound compared to a moist wound environment.
An exact quantification of healing in dry or moist conditions varies individually and depends on the kind and size of the wound. Clinical studies demonstrate that wound healing in a moist environment is accelerated up to 50 %.
Yes, there are. Fast Healing is based on an advanced technology providing optimal moist wound healing conditions and permitting control of the moisture level and temperature of the wound. Studies have shown that under moist conditions, wounds can heal faster and scab formation of is prevented. This is because moist wound healing promotes cell growth and migration and ensures that essential proteins stay in the wound.