Support Your Skin
Cut down on healing time so you can get back to living your life.
Give your wounds space. Learn how to reduce wound-causing friction and pressure by changing what you wear and how you shave.
Find relief! Explore options like warm tea compresses, essential oil creams and Manuka honey gels.
Reclaim your skin. Safe, non-invasive therapies like pulsed light, Manuka honey, and heat can all increase your skin’s ability to heal.
Minimize Future Outbreaks
Address all angles. When you focus on the root causes of your condition while also treating the outer symptoms, you give yourself the best chance of long-term recovery.
Amazing Before and After
Watch the transformation of our patient.
These are before and after photos of a real patient of ours with severe Stage III HS. Her underarm was so painful that it was difficult for her to raise the affected arm and she was considering surgery. With the help of ManukaMed dressings, the patient experienced significant healing.
June 10, 2017
1 ½ Months
July 22, 2017
4 ½ Months
November 1, 2017
September 16, 2018
The honey helped to enhance the skin’s natural healing and repair process in a short period of time. Please note that this patient’s dramatic results were achieved with a combination of ManukaMed products, diet changes, supplements, and naturopathic care. These results might not be achieved by everyone, and your results may vary.
Heal and Soothe Your Skin
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MANUKApli is 100% pure Leptospermum Manuka honey in a tube. It has strong antibacterial activity and helps to break the cycle of inflammation (which means less pain and swelling!).
MANUKAhd Lite is a wound dressing pad that is infused with 15 grams of high-potency, medical-grade Manuka honey. It “gels” when it comes in contact with wound fluids, and it helps to maintain the perfect pH for healing. The honey gets released into the wound bed with a sustained flow, while the fluids from the wound get absorbed into the dressing. This pad helps to pull debris and dead tissue away from the wound so that healing can take place.
MANUKAhd is similar to the MANUKAhd Lite. This is a wound dressing pad that is infused with 22 grams of medical-grade Manuka honey. Because it is thicker, it absorbs more fluids (over 2.8 ounces!) than the MANUKAhd Lite. This pad is excellent for wounds that leak a lot of fluids. It can be left on for up to 7 days, although it is recommended to check the area after 2-3 days.
MEDSAF is a non-honey, super-absorbent dressing cover. It can absorb over 4.5 ounces of fluids. Nothing beats this for covering wounds that leak heavily!
Tea Tree and Vitamin E Relief Cream
Tea tree essential oil and other botanicals soothe your skin to support healing and relief from itching.
Suggested Use: After cleaning the skin, apply a small amount of the MANUKApli to the area. It will feel sticky since it is pure honey. Next, apply the MANUKAhd or MANUKAhd Lite pad over the area and cover it with a MEDSAF pad to absorb the fluids. Secure all of the layers with bandage tape. 3M Medipore tape is especially good for applications in the underarms and buttock/groin areas. This layering method can be very helpful if you have lesions that are draining a lot. To keep things more simple, you could also just apply the MANUKApli honey and cover it with an ordinary bandage.
These bandages can be left in place for up to 7 days, but it is recommended to check the area every 2-3 days and replace the bandages if fluids are seeping through the outside. It is best to keep the area dry and wash around it carefully to avoid getting the bandages wet. CAUTION: Always check with your personal physician before using any products, especially if you have a bee or pollen allergy.