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 Advanced Film-Formin Wound Dressing

Use on open wounds

Stratamed is an advanced, transparent, and semi-occlusive film-forming wound dressing used after surgery, full-field procedures (i.e. ablative laser) or on deeper wounds. Stratamed has been developed with remarkable consistency to ensure it remains in more substantial contact with the wound bed or damaged surface.

Stratamed dries to form a thin, flexible, protective layer that is gas-permeable and waterproof. It hydrates and protects compromised skin areas and open wounds from chemical and microbial invasion.

Stratamed improves the hydration of the tissue through its semi-occlusive effect. It does not adhere firmly to the newly formed granulating tissue. It includes a flexible, protective, semi-occlusive sheet. The layer weakly bonds to the injured skin and protects it from chemical and microbial invasions. Stratamed does not affect the skin's natural acid mantle or react with newly forming epithelial tissue.

Stratamed helps prevent transepidermal water loss (TEWL), which can prevent abnormal scarring.
It enables effective wound healing, enhances therapeutic results and leads to the best possible scar outcome.

Stratamed is indicated for immediate application after full-field laser procedures, chemical peels (total thickness), deep micro-needling, tattoo removal, scar revision, cosmetic face surgery (blepharoplasty lifts, rhinoplasty), cosmetic body surgery (breast augmentation/ reduction, lifts, abdominoplasty), platelet-rich plasma therapy, injections, threading sites, medical tattooing, dermabrasion.

Stratamed is:

  • Sterile, biologically inert and bacteriostatic.
  • Transparent, orderless and rapidly self-drying
  • Semi-occlusive, gas-permeable barrier
  • Comfortable and conformable to all wound surfaces
  • Easy and painless to apply and remove without causing trauma to the wound
  • Complete contact protects and heals tissue (moist, non-macerated).
  • Reduces acute inflammatory symptoms (burning, Itching) and signs (redness, discolouration)
  • Compatible (chemically/ mechanically) with an additional secondary dressing
  • Prolonged shelf life
  • Aesthetically acceptable
  • Odourless and transparent
  • It does not contain alcohol, fragrances or parabens
  • is suitable for all skin types.
  • Easy to use at home
  • It can be used while pregnant and breastfeeding
  • Once dry, Stratamed can be covered with clothes, sunscreen or cosmetics.
  • Has no measurable pH value.
  • Stratamed reduces downtime by creating an optimal environment for faster wound healing.


  • For external use only.
  • Stratamed should not be placed in contact with the eyes.
  • Stratamed should not be applied over other skin treatments without your doctor's advice.
  • Stratamed clothing may stain if not completely dry.
  • If your wound shows infection or fails to heal, consult your doctor.
  • If irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult your doctor.
  • Not suitable for wet, highly exudative, tunnelling wounds or 3rd-degree burns.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
  • Do not use after the expiration (EXP) date printed on the tube.

Step 1: Prepare your skin
Ensure that the affected skin or superficial wound is clean. Gently pat dry as much excess exudate or wound fluid from the area as possible before the gel application.
Step 2: Apply Stratamed
Apply a skinny layer of Stratamed directly to the affected area.
Step 3 A without secondary dressing: Allow the gel to dry
When applied correctly, Stratamed should be dry in 5–6 minutes. If it takes longer to dry, you have probably used too much. Gently remove any excess gel with a tissue or paper towel and allow the drying process to continue.
Step 3 B: Cover with secondary dressing
Apply a thin layer of Stratamed, then cover with a secondary dressing. Drying is not necessary. Stratamed should be reapplied when changing the dressing, when checking the wound progress, or as your doctor advises.
Step 4: You are ready to go!
Once dry, Stratamed can be covered with clothes, sunscreen or cosmetics.

Remove from skin
Excess Stratamed on your hands can be easily removed with liquid soap and warm water. Repeat if necessary.
Remove from clothes

Stratamed clothing may stain if not completely dry. If staining occurs, dry cleaning should be able to remove it without damaging the fabric.