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How to heal a wound quickly: from Connectivine to St. John’s wort oil

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How to heal a wound quickly and safely? Let's see which remedies, both natural and not, are the most effective ever.

Injuries, in both adults and children, can always happen. Just a distraction and the damage is done. Either way, there is nothing to worry about because skin lesions, in most cases, don't need a lot of attention. Let's see how to heal a wound in the shortest possible time.

How to heal a wound quickly?

The first thing to do when you have a wound is to wash the area thoroughly. Maybe you have happened to fall off your bike or to trip while walking: whatever the reason, it is necessary to remove any foreign bodies from the injury. Even if at first glance it seems to you that there is nothing, it may not be so. This is why, in any case, it is urgent to clean the wound thoroughly. Just rinse it under running water, possibly in the direction in which the skin has opened. If you notice that the area is dirty, use a little mild soap. At this point, spray plenty of hydrogen peroxide or another disinfectant .

Only after having performed this first treatment is it possible to see and apply the best methods to promote healing. If you intend to focus on over-the-counter pharmaceutical products, the most suitable is Connettivinabio, which has replaced the dear and old Cicatrene that is no longer on the market since 2018. All you have to do is apply the cream locally for a few days and wait for the lesion to heal perfectly.

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How to heal a wound with natural remedies

If you intend to heal wounds naturally , the first tip is to leave the wound in the open air as much as possible, being careful not to get it wet. However, you can use ointments, gels or oils based on medicinal plants indicated for use. Lemon essential oil, for example, has antibacterial and healing properties. Alternatively, you can choose between: aloe vera gel, hypericum oil , licorice, propolis, plantain, oak, Madonna's wort, centella, chamomile, basil, bistorta, tormentilla, rosemary, sage and bugula.

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