bruderm_logo

bruderm_logo
BRUDERM is a gel with a high concentration of vitamin K oxide, allowing a speedy recovery from damaged blood vessels, bruise and edema after procedures.
VITAMIN K (PHYTONADIONE) OXIDE 3%
An essential vitamin for blood coagulation. It was named after the first capital of the word, ‘Koagulation’, which means coagulation in Danish.
VITAMIN C & VITAMIN E
As antioxidants, vitamin C and vitamin E enhance restoration of blood vessels.
ARNICA MONTANA
Arnica montana is a perennial herb, which belongs to the Asteraceae family, native to the highlands in Northern and Central Europe. It has been traditionally used to treat irritated skin and infection in Europe.
ALOE VERA
Aloe vera is a succulent plant with many renown benefits for skin, which belongs to the Liliaceae family. It is commonly used for treatments.
Due to its use of highly advance delivery system of ingredients, Nanosome, it has a high skin absorption rate, delivering effective results.
Contains ingredients such as Arnica montana, Aloe babadensis leaf, Ascorbyl palmitate, Tocopheryl acetate, which are highly beneficial for a swift recovery of damaged skin and infection.
Does not cause any skin irritation. Does not leave sticky traces after applying DDS (Drug Delivery System) for maximization of effects. (ex. Nanoencapsulation)
Comes in an aluminum tube, effectively preventing the oxidation of constituents.
Helps strengthen the skin barriers. Provides moisture and nutrition for sensitive skin.
Can be used on all skin types and makeups can be applied after absorption.
Allows exposure to the sun directly after application. Can be used on children.
caution (2)

1. Should be used before or after any skin irritation occurs.

2. Should be used at least twice a day (morning and evening)

3. Should be applied by spreading it out evenly on the desired area, with a gentle massage.

4. For sensitive or allergic skin, a small quantity should be first applied on a small patch of skin to test.

Close
Compare
Wishlist 0
Open Wishlist Page Continue Shopping