Skin and Wound Gel
Supporting faster dermal healing and easy application to reduce risk, pain and cone time.
Most pets experience skin injuries.
From minor abrasions to serious lacerations, dogs and cats will suffer skin injuries over their lifetime. Dermal healing is actually a complicated process that involves many biological factors and several stages. Wounds don’t often heal well on their own so if they are left untreated, they may become problematic. The longer it takes to heal, the higher the risk of infection, repeat injury or self‑trauma from the pet licking or scratching.
Millions of doses of BioHAnce technology have been sold to veterinarians.*
*Represents the various eye and wound care products under various brands globally that incorporated the corresponding version of the patented BioHAnce technology.
The only skin and wound gel for pets with BioHAnce™ technology.
Episanis BioHAnce Skin and Wound Gel is uniquely formulated to support rapid skin and wound healing. It’s primary ingredient is a patented crosslinked hyaluronic acid (HA) that lasts longer while supporting increased healing activity. HA is a naturally occurring substance in the body essential to healing, lubrication and hydration of tissues.
its ability to enhance healing is supported with research conducted by a major university in the United States
Accelerates skin healing:
and promotes supporting rapid wound closure – helping to reduce the time your pet is in pain, needs bandages or needs to wear “the cone of shame”
Engineered for convenience:
enhanced duration means fewer applications each day
Formulated for precise application:
the “just right” consistency of the spray gel is easy to control making it easy to coat the affected area without dripping or running
Soothing protection and hydration:
creates a thin coating on the surface of the skin that helps protect the affected area and keep the dermal environment hydrated
Formulation based on naturally occurring substances found in the body:
contains no preservatives or synthetic additives that may cause stinging, pain or irritation when applied
Completely safe if licked:
licking is one of the primary ways that dogs “treat” themselves when injured – they can’t help themselves
Pet parent-friendly administration.
More complex injuries, irritations or incisions may require further and specific types of treatment to accelerate closure and promote proper healing. Please consult your veterinarian.
A single daily application may be sufficient to help enhance healing and closure in fresh, uncomplicated injuries or wounds.