KIMOVI Silicone Plaster combines the latest adhesive technology with natural healing ingredients to provide a new approach for treating wounds associated with dry skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
People with psoriasis and eczema can experience extensive itch and irritation, leading to scratching. Sometimes wounds develop and the idea behind these plasters is to provide gentle and soothing relief while also helping the skin to heal itself.
These plasters can even be used on skin that has been damaged by cortisone. Cortisone is a topical steroid that, when used for extended periods, may lead to a range of problems that result in skin damage.
Using the renowned skin healing power of Kigelia Africana extract, KIMOVI Silicone Plaster can help to protect damaged skin. The restorative properties of this African fruit are well known and have been used for centuries as a skin treatment in its native area.
This, combined with a new adhesive technology that removes the plaster without damaging the skin cells (or removing hair), makes these patches ideal for sufferers of dry skin conditions. Cream can be applied and then the patch can cover it and be left to allow it to work.
When using traditional plasters and tape with psoriasis and eczema wounds, the extra strong adhesive quality can create problems. The skin can lift up, tearing hair and skin cells, which also increases the risk of infections.
According to reviews of KIMOVI Silicone Plaster, wearing the plaster feels comfortable, gentle, and light, and it removes easily without affecting the underlying skin or causing any pain. This is due to the thin, soft silicone used in their manufacture.