To get well again
Disinfects, heals, relieves the pain
Wounds on the skin are easily contracted: By missing the target with the knife when cooking, by briefly touching a hot object, or by falling during sports or play. To get rid of the injuries and the pain they entail just as easily, there are good remedies – for example Acerbine.
When do you use Acerbine, and what does Acerbine do?
Acerbine is used to treat superficial skin lesions such as burns, scalds, sunburns, wounds and abrasions in infants, children, adolescents and adults.
Acerbine has a disinfecting and analgesic effect and supports wound healing.
What does Acerbine contain?
A combination of malic acid, benzoic acid and salicylic acid
How do you use Acerbine?
Solution: Spray onto the wound or freshly moisten the compress 2 times a day or more frequently
The benefits of Acerbine at a glance
- Disinfects and heals
- Relieves the pain
- Supports shedding of the dead skin
- Stimulates formation of new, healthy skin
- Available as ointment and solution
For the effects and possible adverse effects, please consult the patient information leaflet (package insert) or talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Revision level of the information: April 2018