Frequently Asked Questions
In deep wounds and 2nd degree burns, wash the area with lukewarm boiled water or normal saline, apply Januheal ointment with a thickness of 3 to 5 mm on the area, and bandage it (1 to 2 times a day).
In order to heal and treat small skin injuries as well as to treat superficial wounds and first-degree burns, lubricate and massage the wound with ointment 1-2 times a day.
Yes, Januheal has a favorable effect on new scars such as suture wounds.
Removing old scars requires drug and device treatment, and you should refer to a dermatologist and plastic surgeon. Januheal use has little effect in these cases. However, you can use it for a while, and if there is no change, go to the doctor to be prescribed laser treatment or chemical drug treatment. You can use Januluma products under the supervision of a doctor to treat darkness after wound healing.
Yes, and for more convenience during consumption, it is recommended to place it at room temperature (25 degrees Celsius) for an hour so that it becomes smoother.
Usually, exposure to high temperatures for a long time causes the destruction of the drug and reduces its therapeutic effect. In response, we should tell you to keep the medicine for 3 hours at room temperature and away from direct light, then try some of the ointment on your finger. If the medicine does not have a low consistency, does not change color (brown), and does not have a pungent smell, you can use it.
You can easily use Januheal for up to three months after opening, as long as you store the medicine according to its instructions. After that, pay attention to the possible change in the consistency, color, and smell of the ointment.
Due to the wide variety of wounds and the investigation of the scientific causes of wound formation and disease progression, please consult a doctor.
Yes. One of the important uses of Januheal is to relieve sunburn inflammation. With this mechanism, Januheal can be used on surface burns such as laser therapy, heat burns, etc.
Yes. The healing properties of Januheal are more than zinc oxide. In addition, Januheal also contains zinc oxide.
Januheal has more natural active ingredients than calendula, which is effective in treating superficial skin inflammations with multiple mechanisms.
Clean the affected area with a tissue and rinse the residue with plenty of water. Do not try to remove the medicine with the tongue or by swallowing.
In case of eye contact, it leads to mild inflammation. After contact with the eyes, do not rub the eyes and immediately wash the eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. While washing, open and close your eyes several times to ensure sufficient washing. Then see a doctor.
If the medicine is swallowed by the patient, a large amount of water or milk should be fed to him immediately to dilute the amount of active ingredients. Then go to the hospital immediately. Do not induce vomiting in any way.