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Hirudoid Cream 40g treats bruises, sprains, swelling and scars.

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  • How to Use
  • Ingredients

Hirudoid Cream is for bruises, sprains and swelling, the treatment of scars and various inflammatory conditions of the veins requiring medical supervision. Hirudoid is used to treat accidental or surgical injuries such as contusions, sprains and haematomas. For the treatment of scars, Hirudoid assists with loosening scar tissue and the improvement of scars due to injury and surgery. Hirudoid speeds up the healing of bruises, approximately halving healing time.*

* In one study of 10 healthy volunteers, the time it took for 50% of the bruise to be absorbed was 2.1 days for Hirudoid and 4 days for the inactive cream. Larsson B, et al. Thromb Haemost 1985;53(3):343-5.

Size: 40g


  • Heals bruises, sprains and swelling
  • Treats scars and various inflammatory conditions of the veins
  • Treats accidental or surgical injuries such as contusions, haematomas
  • Loosens scar tissue and improves scars due to injury and surgery
  • Speeds up the healing of bruises

Unless otherwise directed by your physician, apply a 3 to 5 cm ribbon of Hirudoid to the affected area once or twice a day as required and massage gently into the skin until absorbed. If the area is extensive or particularly painful, spread Hirudoid on it cautiously and cover with a dressing soaked with the cream. It should also be massaged around the edge of the affected area. For the loosening of hard scars, Hirudoid should be massaged in firmly.


Store below 25°C.


For external use only. Keep the cream away from the eyes and do not apply to bleeding areas or open sores. If unexpected bleeding should occur, consult your doctor.

Active: Heparinoids 3 mg/g

Non Active: Cetostearyl alcohol, Dibasic sodium Phosphate heptahydrate, Glycerol, Isopropyl alcohol, Methyl hydroxybenzoate, Monobasic potassium phosphate, Myristyl alcohol, Potassium hydroxide, Propyl hydroxybenzoate, Purified water, Sodium cetostearyl sulfate, Stearic acid, Thymol, White soft paraffin, Wool alcohols


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