We're Recruiting Diabetic Ulcer Patients
Bloome is conducting a large scale study on our new OTC diabetic wound healing system. Please join our study if you're struggling with diabetic wounds that won't heal.
Diabetic wounds are difficult to heal because they...
1) Become infected with bacterial biofilms
2) Grow as bacteria feed on dead tissue
3) Occur in areas with poor circulation
All of these problems can delay wound healing for months, and even years. And they are problems that a common antibiotic wound ointment is not designed to address.
Wound ointments don't kill biofilms
Common wound ointments are made to kill regular planktonic bacteria, not bacterial biofilms. Biofilms are communities of pathogenic bacteria that adhere to the wound bed and often expand the size of the wound.
Biofilms increase the risk of amputation
Approximately 85% of diabetic amputations are preceded by a wound that becomes infected with a pathogenic bacterial biofilm. These biofilms are rarely removed by our own immune systems. And they can be 1,000 times more resistant to antibiotics than regular planktonic bacteria.
Topical Antiseptic Gel Kills Biofilms
Our Topical Antiseptic Gel is unique among diabetic wound healing products. It is specifically formulated to kill bacterial biofilms in diabetic wounds. It also removes the dead skin cells that feed these biofilms and enable them to grow. Use it one to two times per day for 3-7 days, or until the infection is gone.
Wound Healing Gel Speeds Healing
Once the biofilm has been killed, our Wound Healing Gel supports growth factors that rebuild blood vessels and skin cells. This helps to fill in and close off diabetic wounds faster. It also colonizes healthy probiotics that support tissue repair. And it regulates wound moisture to speed healing. Use it 1-2 times per day for 7-14 days or until the wound closes up.