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KERODERM ® Regeneration Ointment

Helps with small, superficial injuries.

Keroderm® is a regenerating ointment that is characterised by extremely good protective film formation and lasting moisturizing properties. Proven bacteriostatic and tissue-forming active ingredients support the natural regenerative capacity of the skin and help in the treatment of small, superficial injuries.



By definition, a wound is a superficial damage, destruction or severance of the skin and underlying tissue. Wounds are usually caused by mechanical force, thermal, chemical or disease-related causes. To prevent further damage, wounds should be treated as soon as possible.



A skin protective barrier that is out of balance due to external and/or internal circumstances can cause skin irritations. However, the causes as well as the symptoms of skin irritations are very different and diverse. To avoid chronic damage, even minor skin irritations should be taken seriously and treated as quickly as possible.



Keroderm® is suitable for the treatment of small, superficial injuries. It contains nourishing and bacteria-inhibiting substances that support the skin's natural ability to regenerate. The ointment can be applied once or several times a day to the affected skin areas. It provides targeted help and is extremely economical to use.



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Treating wounds with Keroderm®

Keroderm® is suitable for the treatment of small, superficial wounds. Bacteria-inhibiting, nurturing and tissue-forming active ingredients support the skin's natural ability to regenerate. The ointment is also characterised by extremely good protective film formation and excellent moisturising properties.



Cuts are mainly caused by sharp objects. The most common cuts are caused by broken glass, tools, paper, razor blades, knives or kitchen utensils.

Cuts that are not particularly deep primarily injure the uppermost layers of the skin. If a blood vessel under the epidermis is injured, there will be a lot of bleeding. In general, minor cuts are not dangerous. Although bleeding is unpleasant and appears threatening, it serves to clean the wound in a natural way and to prevent any infection caused by bacteria that may have penetrated the skin.

In the case of very deep wounds, a doctor should be consulted in any case and the wound should be stitched.


Scratch wounds

Scratch wounds are usually caused by thorns and spines of plants, claws or fingernails and are similar to lacerations or cuts. Scratch wounds can also be caused by frequent scratching, due to itching. The pressure on the tissue causes the skin to tear superficially and the wound can vary in size, depending on the cause.

Scratch wounds are often superficial wounds that bleed only slightly to moderately but cause slight pain or an unpleasant burning sensation. As the injured blood vessels contract, the blood begins to clot and a crust forms.



Abrasions are among the most common everyday injuries. Children and adolescents are particularly affected, as they can easily get abrasions from rubbing over rough surfaces while playing or doing outdoor sports. Knees, palms, elbows and faces are particularly often affected.

Abrasions are wounds in which only the top layer of skin (epidermis) is damaged. Since there are no blood vessels in this layer of skin, the abrasion does not bleed. If bleeding does occur, it means that the dermis underneath the epidermis has been injured, which can lead to an infection. For this reason, abrasions should be treated in any case. Generally, abrasions heal quickly and rarely leave scars.



The elasticity of the skin can be reduced by cold, dryness or heavy use. Especially on the hands and feet, the tissue can break open and cracks or furrows appear in the skin, so-called fissures. The unsightly fissures not only disturb the aesthetic sensation, but rather also the natural barrier function of the epidermis. This damage promotes the penetration of harmful substances into the lower layers of the skin and can lead to infections, which can itch, burn or even bleed. In the case of inflammation, it is imperative to seek medical treatment.



Blisters are often caused by new shoes or by the unaccustomed use of a tool. They usually occur on the feet or hands. Whenever a part of the skin is subjected to a lot of friction and the upper layer of skin pushes against the lower layer of skin, a cavity is created in between that fills with tissue water.

If you feel a blister, it is usually already too late and the resulting burning pain makes it impossible to continue the activity that caused it. It is only when cornea develops in the affected areas that further blisters are prevented from forming.

Since open blisters run the risk of coming into contact with germs, it is essential to disinfect them first before treating them with a regeneration ointment.


Treating skin irritations with Keroderm®

Keroderm® is suitable for the treatment of various and diverse skin irritations caused by external and/or internal causes that have unbalanced the skin's protective barrier. Bacteria-inhibiting, nourishing and tissue-building active ingredients support the skin's natural ability to regenerate.


Dry, chapped and fragile skin

The loss of moisture and oil can lead to dry, chapped and fragile skin. Areas of the skin that are exposed to environmental influences such as cold or dry-warm air without protection are particularly susceptible. But also wrong cleaning and care products, unprotected contact with cleaning agents, disinfectants or moisture (e.g. through frequent hand washing or wearing air- impermeable gloves) promote faster drying of the skin. Problem areas include in particular the hands, feet, elbows and the skin of the head and face.


Red, itchy skin

As soon as the natural skin protection barrier is disturbed, the skin dries out due to the escape of moisture and the penetration of harmful substances and microorganisms is promoted. The resulting skin irritations (e.g. redness) often cause unpleasant itching. In order to relieve the itching, the stressed skin areas must be stabilised and regenerated as quickly as possible.


Inflamed skin

Inflammation of the skin is caused by external or internal influences and is the expression of the immune system to repair the damage. The reddening of the skin is due to increased blood flow, the swelling is an expression of leaking fluid and the scales form due to accelerated cell growth. These are all repair actions that the body takes to counteract the inflammation. Supplying anti- inflammatory substances helps the skin to regenerate.


Impure skin

Blackheads (comedones) are caused by clogged pores, sit just below the surface of the skin and have a black head. The pore turns black when its surface is open and the accumulated sebum comes into contact with air. White pimples are also caused by clogged pores, but they are completely below the surface of the skin. Since they do not come into contact with air, they are the same colour as the skin. The small bumps can sometimes be painful. Dermatologists advise against squeezing blackheads with your fingers, as this damages the skin pores and opens them up to bacteria, which can cause inflammation. Multiple, recurring blackheads can be a breeding ground for pimples but can also be a sign of acne.


Similar to blackheads - as a result of clogged sebaceous glands - pimples develop. Fused hair roots can also lead to the formation of pimples. If white comedones do not break open and the sebum cannot escape, bacteria multiply and spread until inflammation develops. Pimples, also called pustules, are often red and hard and have a white or yellowish centre. The same applies to pimples: squeezing them does not help, but increases the risk of worsening the inflammation.

Instead, you should regularly care for the affected skin areas with mild cleansers and pay attention to good hygiene. Zinc oxide ointments are a proven remedy for soothing pimple skin. They activate the defence and healing process of the inflamed skin areas and make the pimples disappear more quickly. In case of recurring and multiple pimples, a dermatologist should be consulted, because in such cases it is often acne.


Acne is one of the most common skin diseases. Young people in particular suffer from acne, but a high percentage of people worldwide also have to struggle with blemished skin. Acne is usually


related to a hormonal or psychological imbalance. The inflammation can form on the surface of the skin as well as under the skin. The swelling can be associated with severe pain, as inflammation can spread to the deeper layers of tissue. The symptoms of acne mainly affect the face (especially the forehead and chin) and sometimes the décolleté, chest, shoulders or back. Depending on the severity and symptoms, there are different types of acne. With timely and correct therapy, the disease can usually be treated well.


Nappy rash (e.g. sore baby bottom)

Babies who wear nappies often suffer from a sore bottom (nappy dermatitis). Reddened areas and small sores appear on the baby's delicate skin, caused by acids from urine and bowel movements, which sometimes spread to the genital area and groin. The accumulation of wetness creates a warm and humid climate that softens the baby's skin and attacks the natural barrier function, making the stressed skin susceptible to bacteria and fungi. A regenerating ointment soothes the stressed skin areas, has an anti-bacterial effect and brings appropriate relief.


Dry, chapped lips

Dry, chapped lips are caused by a lack of moisture. Moisturising with saliva only helps in the short term, as this evaporates quickly and additional moisture is thus withdrawn until the sensitive skin of the lips cracks. Nourishing lipsticks help to prevent this. If cracks have appeared for the first time, especially in the corners of the mouth, it is advisable to use a regeneration ointment with bacteria- inhibiting substances to accelerate the formation of new tissue.


Cold sores

Cold sores are a common and contagious variant of the virus that you carry in your body for life. The herpes viruses can be reactivated at any time and cause a new outbreak. The painful and itchy blisters around the lip and nose often develop during mental or physical stress. A noticeable tightening or tingling sensation on the affected skin area is usually considered a clear indication that a new cold sore is developing. The earlier you fight the outbreak, the faster it can be stopped. Zinc ointments promise a good effect.


Age-related skin problems

With age, the skin becomes thinner, flabbier, wrinkled and drier. The production of protective skin oils decreases, blood circulation and thus the supply of nutrients to the skin is reduced, which means that the skin's natural barrier function decreases, making it more vulnerable and susceptible to infections. Moisturising creams and lotions prevent infections and have a preventive effect. pH- neutral, mild substances should be used for cleansing. In addition, the natural regeneration process of the skin, especially in the case of small, superficial injuries and skin irritations, should be supported by appropriate products so that tissue regeneration proceeds more quickly.


Sore skin in the intimate area (external use only!)

Slight inflammations and small wounds in the external anal and genital area are caused by different reasons. Ointments with zinc oxide and anti-bacterial substances have an anti- inflammatory effect and promote the regeneration of the skin. In addition, the moisture of the skin is bound, which prevents further softening and reduces the penetration of pathogens. Further or internal complaints should definitely be assessed and treated by a doctor.



Keroderm® Regeneration ointment

Keroderm® is suitable for the treatment of small, superficial injuries. The ointment supports the natural tissue regeneration of the skin. It contains nourishing and bacteria-inhibiting substances and promotes the natural regeneration process of the skin.


Clean the affected skin areas carefully and disinfect if necessary. Apply a small amount to dry skin areas once or several times a day, as needed, and cover with a plaster or bandage if necessary.


What is Keroderm and when is it used?

Keroderm® is an ointment that supports the natural tissue regeneration of the skin and contains bacteria-inhibiting substances. It promotes the natural regeneration process of the skin, has a caring effect on stressed skin and is particularly suitable for dry, chapped and fragile skin.

Keroderm can also be used to care for chapped skin on hands and lips.


How does Keroderm work?

The ointment is characterised by its extremely good film-forming and moisturising properties. It contains, among other things:


  • Zinc Oxide:              has an anti-inflammatory and anti-irritant effect.

  • Cholesterol:             as a fat molecule, it`s an important component of the cell walls and can bind horny layer moisture.

  • Linoleic Acid:          (Vitamin F Forte) nourishes, protects and cares for the skin.

  • Retinyl Palmitate:   is a vitamin A and contributes to the renewal of the horny layer.

  • Cera Alba:                (Beeswax) is a kind of moisture depot that keeps the skin supple.

When should Keroderm not be used?

In case of hypersensitivity to one or more ingredients or in case of hypersensitive reaction when using Keroderm®.


What else must be considered?

For external use only. Do not ingest. The ointment may only be used until the date marked "EXP" on the packaging. Store at room temperature (15–25°C). For more information, contact the manufacturer or the specialist staff at your pharmacy or drugstore.


Prevention is the best medicine


For people with healthy skin, it is crucial to protect, cleanse and care for it properly as a preventive measure so that the skin's natural protective mechanisms are not disturbed or destroyed.


I need to know this:


1.The skin is a living tissue

The skin is the largest organ of the human body. As a living tissue, it renews itself continuously so that the surface can perform its function as a protective barrier. It is therefore important to keep the skin in good condition for the stresses and strains of everyday life and work.


2.External influences irritate the skin

Normal everyday life and work-related influences impair the skin's natural barrier function, especially on the hands. If the negative influences are too strong, the skin can no longer regenerate properly and becomes permeable like a sieve. In this case, substances that are usually well tolerated penetrate the skin and cause irritation. The skin becomes red, dry and sometimes cracked.


3.Skin irritation promotes allergies

In healthy skin, substances that irritate the skin in everyday life and at work do not pass through the natural protective barrier. If the skin is irritated, allergenic substances can reach the deeper areas of the skin and cause an allergic reaction. This reaction is the active response of the organism, which mobilises the body's own immune defence.


Treat skin injuries immediately


Basically, the quicker one tackles injuries or skin irritations, the more effectively diseases can be prevented. Wounds or other skin irritations favour the penetration of foreign substances and pathogens into the lower layers of the skin, which can favour the development of skin diseases.


While deep or very deep wounds should definitely be treated by a doctor and, if necessary, stitched, there are many small, superficial injuries that can be treated with a suitable wound and regeneration ointment.


Keroderm® is an ointment that supports the natural tissue formation of the skin and contains bacteria-inhibiting substances. It promotes the natural regeneration process of the skin, has a caring effect on stressed skin and is particularly suitable for dry, chapped and brittle skin. It can also be used to care for skin problems on the lips and nose or in the intimate area (external use only).


Keroderm® helps with small, superficial injuries.


Application examples

Sports and military:

  • For the treatment of blisters on the feet

  • For the treatment of chafing in the crotch


Kitchen and household:

  • For the treatment of cuts



  • For the treatment of sore baby bottoms

  • For the treatment of chafing (nappies)



  • For the treatment of abrasions and small, superficial injuries



  • For the treatment of pimples and acne


Elderly people:

  • For the treatment of age-related skin problems

  • For the treatment of dry skin and chapped skin

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