With the successful launch of Incostress into boots.com C&G Medicare has brought another great product to market. IncoSilk is Paraben Free with all active ingredients 100% natural. Used in the care of bed sores.
Why is Incosilk so powerful?
The lactic acid and citric acid form a protective ring around the affected area of skin, preventing further deterioration. It anables new skin cells to generate keeping the area healthy. Use daily to keep the skin silky smooth and protected from skin damaging factors such as urine, sweat, scabs etc.
IncoSilk Active Ingredients to help with the treatment of bed sores
The active ingredients in the IncoSilk skin cream are as follows:
- Citric Acid
- Lactic Acid
- Rice Seed Oil
- Korean Ginseng
- Hyaluronic Acid
The IncoSilk Medicare Serum Plus skin cream contains Lemon and Lactic Acid that combat fungal and other infections; Rice Seed Oil and Calendula that keep the skin soft and subtle, even where the scabs have formed; Korean Ginseng that supports the skin’s ability to recover and Hyaluronic Acid, a natural moisturizing agent that hydrates and re-balances the skin, whilst supporting its natural regenerative abilities.
IncoSilk benefits summary
- A natural product that is free from animal by-products
- Works and acts as zinc replacement
- Citric and lactic acid combat fungus by reducing its natural breeding habitat
- Can be used sparingly on baby’s nappy rash
- Perfect for sensitive skin
- Diabetics can use
- Ideal for feet and hands with fungal problems
Where can I buy IncoSilk for bed sores?
United KingdomC&G Medicare Ltd – Swansea and Cardiff www.incostress.com Tel: 0871 218 1233 Health and Care Ltd – www.healthandcare.co.uk – London -(supplying to all London pharmacies and mobility stores) Tel : +44 (0) 207 821 0855 SPML Ltd – www.natural-woman.com – Bristol – Tel: (+44) (0) 117 968 7744 Canada Bescot Healthcare Inc. www.bescothealthcare.ca Toronto- Canada Tel: + 1 416.725.1794
Why do bed sores occur?
Stage 1. The affected skin looks red and may feel warm to the touch. The area may also burn, hurt or itch. In people who have dark skin, the pressure sore may have a blue or purple tint.
Stage 2. The affected skin is more damaged in a stage 2 pressure sore, which can result in an open sore that looks like an abrasion or a blister. The skin around the wound may discolored. The area is very painful.
Stage 3. These types of pressure sores usually have a crater-like appearance due to increased damage to the tissue below the skin’s surface. This makes the wound deeper.
Stage 4. This is most serious type of pressure sore. The skin and tissue is severely damaged, causing a large wound. Infection can occur at this stage. Muscles, bones, tendons and joints can be affected by stage 4 pressure sores.
Who gets pressure sores?
However, even people who are able to walk can develop pressure sores when they must stay in bed because of an illness or an injury. Some chronic diseases, such as diabetes and hardening of the arteries, make it hard for pressure sores to heal because of poor blood circulation. For more information go to www.familydoctor.org