Pressure Ulcers (also called Bedsores, Decubitus Ulcers), Diabetic Ulcers, Vascular Ulcers, and Xerosis

Want to ease the suffering from your loved one’s Pressure Ulcer? We found the most effective solution for this!

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Pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores or decubitus ulcers, are injuries to the skin and soft tissue that occur due to prolonged pressure on the skin. Pressure ulcers may occur at the greater trochanter, heel, ischium, sacrum, occiput, and lateral malleolus. Underlying mechanisms of pressure ulcers include ischemia and necrosis of the affected area. For ischemia to occur, the external pressure must be greater than the arterial capillary pressure (32 mmHg) and venous capillary pressure (8-12 mmHg) to impede blood flow. [1]

Although inevitable in high-risk patients, pressure ulcers are both treatable and preventable. CleaDerma DCB ointment is a unique cream of natural oils, Dead Sea minerals, and plant extracts. The ointment not only treats different skin conditions but also prevents their recurrence. [2] This article will discuss the detailed composition of the ointment and elaborate on its role in the treatment and prevention of pressure ulcers.

Even if you are already an expert in caring for your loved one and have tried everything, it is essential to know that it does not always work! Sometimes more than one treatment is needed, or a specific treatment that helps one does not necessarily help another.

Relieving the pressure from the wound is not enough. The skin is still injured and needs treatment. Steroids and chemicals can speed up skin renewal, but does the skin return to being as strong and supple as it was? No! Therefore, the likelihood that the pressure sore will reappear is higher!

That’s why we recommend an ointment made from 100% natural active ingredients as part of the treatment process, which will return the skin to its natural and strong elasticized state so it will be more challenging to the wound to develop. In addition, constant use of the ointment, to areas prone to develop ulcers, even after the wound closed, will maintain the skin’s health and reduces the risk of developing a pressure ulcer.

CleaDerma DCB Ointment for the Treatment of Skin Conditions

Pharma Naturalis is accredited with the development of the CleaDerma DCB Ointment. This all-natural active ingredients ointment is formulated to treat skin conditions such as pressure ulcers. The ointment provides the skin with n the necessary nourishment and moisture required for the treatment and prevention of pressure ulcers. In addition to preventing pressure ulcers by restoring skin moisture, the ointment mediates the healing of pressure ulcers through stages I to III.

Stage I corresponds to the non-branch-able erythema of the skin. This is followed by stage II, characterized by loss of the epidermis and dermis of the skin. Stage III refers to the loss of the total thickness of the skin. However, the loss of the skin does not exceed the fascia. Stage III lesions are foul-smelling. In the last stage, stage IV, the lesion extends through the fascia and may also involve the muscle, joint, bone, or tendon. [3, 4]

In addition to pressure ulcers, CleaDerma DCB ointment is also effective for treating xerosis. Before applying the ointment, one shall clean, wash, and dry the area properly. Apply the ointment to the affected area and massage it onto the skin for maximum absorption of the healing ingredients. The ointment shall be applied twice daily, in the morning and evening. [5]

Benefits of Ingredients in CleaDerma DCB Ointment

The benefits of the all-natural ointment are listed down below. [6-9]

  1. The CleaDerma DCB ointment has a water-in-oil base formulation. The rich texture of the ointment comprises waxes, glycerin, and natural oils, which lubricate the skin and prevent skin abrasion.
  2. The ointment mediates the skin cells’ proliferation and restores the skin’s natural elasticity.
  3. The Calendula Officinalis Flower Oil in the ointment has skin healing properties, which enable the ointment to promote the healing of pressure ulcers.
  4. Salvia Officinalis Oil has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and anti-scabies This promotes healing, prevents the development of pressure ulcers, and protects the skin against infections.
  5. The avocado oil in the CleaDerma DCB ointment boosts collagen production, which nourishes and rejuvenates the skin.
  6. The Dead Sea minerals, particularly magnesium, alleviate inflammation, reduced dryness and redness of the skin, and promote the healing of pressure ulcers.

CleaDerma DCB Ointment for Prevention of Pressure Ulcers

The ointment is essential for preventing pressure ulcers as it nourishes the skin and restores its moisture. Before the onset of visible pressure wounds, the affected skin becomes thinner than the adjacent normal skin as it is subjected to water, nourishment, and oxygen deprivation. CleaDerma DCB ointment to these areas strengthens the skin and resists the development of pressure ulcers.

The application of this ointment, in addition to the continuous shifting of positions, is a useful measure for preventing the development of pressure ulcers, particularly in bedridden and immobile patients. [10]

Potential Adverse Effects of CleaDerma DCB Ointment

The ointment is considered safe for adults and children older than ten. However, one must loom through the ointment ingredients to check whether any ingredient associated with a prior allergy is present. Exposure to such ingredients may elicit a hypersensitivity reaction.


The CleaDerma DCB ointment is a proper all-natural active ingredients formulation that helps treat and prevent pressure ulcers and treat venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, and xerosis. The ointment nourishes dry skin, restores moisture, promotes healing of the affected area, and rejuvenates the skin. Essential ingredients of the ointment include Dead Sea minerals (magnesium), natural plant extracts, waxes, minerals, and crude oil. These ingredients work cumulatively to strengthen the weak skin, resist the development of pressure ulcers, protect the skin against infections, alleviate inflammation, and relieve itching, dryness, and redness. 



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