Diabetic Ulcers are caused by reduced skin moisture, dulled surface sensitivity and insufficient circulation, skin issues diabetics battle with on a constant basis. Dry, malnourished skin on the lower legs and feet can easily crack or tear, providing an entry point for bacteria. Many diabetes patients often experience neuropathy (lasting numbness) in their feet and, therefore, skin cracks or abrasions often go unnoticed and unattended. Wounds quickly worsen, becoming inflamed, infected and ulcerated.
Diabetic ulcers appear as red, swollen, slow-healing open sores. Signs of an infected or more severe ulcer are warmth surrounding the sore, a large or deep break in the skin, a moist pus-filled wound, red streaking away from the wound, progressive numbness of the feet, or a fever. Ulcers most often develop on the leg, the ball of the foot, the bottom of the big toe, or on the sides of the foot.
Treating diabetic ulcers requires diligent cleaning of the feet throughout the healing process. In addition, it is important to keep the feet dry, free from unnecessary irritation, such as restrictive footwear, and elevated in order to decrease swelling. Terrasil Diabetic's Ulcer & Sore Relief with proper bandaging helps guard against bacterial infection while promoting healing and reducing discomfort at the site of the sore.
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terrasil Diabetic's Ulcer and Sore Relief
- 3X Action – Calendula, Thuja and Activated Minerals combine for enhanced soothing and healing properties
- Soothes itching and soreness, calms discomfort and redness
- Noticeable improvement for most in just 2 days‡
- Designed for easy, at-home use: no complicated therapies or procedures
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‡ Expected product performance is based on customer experiences, as stated in customer feedback submitted over a seven-year period (as of September 4, 2012) for core formulation. The most reported period of time to see improvement is 2 days. Treatment times vary based on the user's overall health, the age and size of the wound, and the severity of any existing infection.