Hyalo4 Ointment & Cream

Hyalo4 Ointment & Cream

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Found throughout our bodies, hyaluronic acid is the mortar between the bricks of our cells, providing hydration and a wide range of biological activities involving tissue regeneration.
The body’s hyaluronic acid decreases as we age, with a decline from 30 and a rapid decline from 50.*
One gram of HA binds up to 6 litres of water providing the ideal environment for tissue regeneration.**

(* Longas MO, Russell CS, He X. 1987. Evidence for structural changes in dermatan sulfate and hyaluronic acid with aging. Carbohydrate Research. 159(1):127-136.
** Jegasothy SM, Zabolotniaia V, Bielfeldt S. Efficacy of a New Topical Nano-hyaluronic Acid in Humans. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2014;7(3):27-29.)


Hyalo4 SKIN Cream

Hyalo4 Skin Cream is ideal for skin irritations and abrasions the Hyalo4 SKIN Cream provides a moist wound environment protecting against abrasion, friction & dehydration.

Suitable for acute wounds (donor site, post operative incisions & second degree burns) and chronic wounds (vascular & metabolic ulcers and pressure sores).

It encourages scar less healing and is suitable for daily use. 

Hyalo4 CONTROL Cream

Hyalo4 Control Cream is ideal for wounds at high risk of infection. It provides wide spectrum antimicrobial prevention.**

Contains silver sulfadiazine which prevents microbial contamination and improves the hyaluronic acids ability to support wound healing.

Suitable for superficial & partial thickness burns, vascular & diabetic ulcers and pressure sores. 

(*** White RJ, Cooper R. 2005. Silver Sulphadiazine: a review of the evidence. Wounds UK. 1(2):51-61.)

Hyalo4 START Ointment

Hyalo4 Start Ointment assists in the preparation of the wound bed, thanks to the hydrating properties of hyaluronic acid that promotes the natural repair process and protects the new viable tissue.

It is intended to provide an optimal moist environment.

Suitable for the local management of chronic injuries, pressure injuries, vascular ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers.


Follow the directions for use, always read the label. If symptoms persist talk to your health care professional.


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