Welcome to our video collection about pressure sores and ulcers. This section includes a variety of testimonial videos, educational content and feedback from professionals in the skin care industry. These videos offer powerful insights into the effectiveness of our products and how they have positively impacted the lives of our customers.
Bed sores, pressure sores, or pressure ulcers are all terms used to describe a common skin condition. These painful lesions are caused by prolonged pressure on the skin, often as a result of medical conditions that limit a person’s ability to change positions. They can also develop in individuals who use wheelchairs or are confined to a bed for extended periods of time. Bed sores develop quickly and are often difficult to treat. They can occur in any area of the body that is under constant pressure, such as the heels, hips, tailbone, or elbows. Diabetic ulcers, on the other hand, typically develop due to poor circulation and high blood sugar levels. Both types of ulcers are painful and can be challenging to heal.
Prevention is key when it comes to pressure sores and ulcers. It is important to regularly change positions, especially for those who are bedridden or use wheelchairs. This helps relieve pressure on certain areas of the body and allows blood flow to return to the affected areas.
The NeoGenesis line of skin care products offers a natural and effective solution for supporting the healing process of pressure sores and ulcers. Our Recovery serum provides nutrient-rich molecules to the skin, soothes and calms the area, supports the skin’s repair process and adds nutrients to support skin health.
In addition to using NeoGenesis products, it’s also crucial to maintain good hygiene and take regular breaks from prolonged pressure on the skin. With proper care and the help of NeoGenesis products, individuals can find relief and support for their skin, making it easier to manage pressure sores and ulcers.
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