Varicose ulcers are a long-lasting, unpleasant affliction resulting from a deficiency in the venous system of the lower limbs. Varicose ulcers are most commonly found in the lower leg, and, less frequently, in the inner ankle. What begins as subtle discoloration of the skin may lead to the formation of deep and extensive suppurating wounds. Varicose ulcers represent a defect extending into the deeper skin layers and into the dermis. At times, the ulcers can extend deep into the muscles, tendons, and bones and cause damage. Leg ulcers arise from arterial and venous causes.
How does Vermione STRONG cream work on venous ulcers?
In the event of the disruption of vascular skin tissue by venous ulcers, we recommend applying Vermione STRONG several times a day. Its reparative and restorative qualities speed up the process of healing festering wounds while firming skin layers and granulated skin tissue.
Recommended application: 3 – 4 times a day locally to open wounds