- CONTRACTUBEX GEL. The indications for the use of the gel Contractubex are scars after surgery, trauma, burns and scars. Hypertrophic scars, keloids. Scars limiting movement in the joints. Incidentally, in the treatment of contractures of joints and tendons.
100 g of gel contains 10 g Extractum cepa (onion extract), 1 g of allantoin and 5000 IU heparin.
CONTRACTUBEX Action: inhibits proliferation of fibroblasts and excessive collagen synthesis, thus influencing the formation of normal tissue and reduces the overgrowth of scar tissue.It improves blood circulation and tissue hydration, reducing the feeling of tension and itching. It works soften, resulting in greater flexibility scars.
CONTRACTUBEX Indications: Scars surgery, trauma, burns and scars. Hypertrophic scars, keloids. Scars limiting movement in the joints. Incidentally, in the treatment of contractures of joints and tendons (eg. Dupuytren's contracture, contracture traumatic).
CONTRACTUBEX Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to the ingredients.
CONTRACTUBEX Precautions: Do not apply to open wounds.
Undesirable effects: Rarely are local skin reactions.
Dosage: Several times a day gently rub the CONTRACTUBEX gel the scar tissue until completely absorbed. For hardened and inveterate scars can be set up CONTRACTUBEX GEL for the night dressing gel. Depending on the scar treatment lasts from several weeks to several months. The best result is achieved by using gel immediately after healing of the wound.
Notes: During the treatment of fresh scars should avoid physical stimuli, such as low temperatures, UV radiation, excessive rubbing, mechanical irritation.