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State-of-the-art wound care adhesive

State-of-the-art wound care adhesive
Water handling properties significantly improved compared to classical adhesives

Raw material costs and environmental footprint are reduced

Active substances can be included in the final product to accelerate wound healing
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Distinctive features of technology in cosmetic

Water handling

Significantly improved water handling properties compared with pure silicone products


Increases with glycerol content


Keeps mechanical integrity upon water uptake 

High permeability

Glycerol-silicone adhesive is more than twice as permeable compared with pure silicone products 

Protection of periwound

Low risk of skin irritation


Few, well-known ingredients


Preservatives and stabilizers are not needed

Environmental footprint reduction

Reduced carbon footprint as glycerol replaces silicone compared with pure silicone products

  • Pending composition up to double-digit saving

Material cost reduction

Reduced material costs as glycerol replaces silicone compared with pure silicone products

  • Pending composition up to 30% saving

Treatment with actives

  • Targeted, controlled dosing rate of active substances over extended time

  • Preservation of enzymes and antioxidants, e.g. Aloe Vera
     

Examples of technology key features in cosmetic

An attractive feature in wound care: 

 

Water absorption and permeability that increase with glycerol content

 phr: weight parts of glycerol per hundred weight parts of silicone
Glycerol-silicone adhesives with excellent fluid handling and mechanical properties for ad

Examples of technology key features in cosmetic

Glysious wound care adhesives is outperforming state-of-the-art dressings in both low and high exudating environment

 

Comparative study: Glysious technology compared with advanced wound care adhesives in the market. Tested on 10 common pathogens in chronic wounds.

Photo: Staphylocossus aureus NCTC 8325. G0: pure silicone, G80: 80 phr

 phr: weight parts of glycerol per hundred weight parts of silicone

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Same technology - various delivery devices for wound care applications: film, foam, cream and spray 

Technology behind

Versatile, proprietary platform based on unique release mechanism and distinctive material features   

– targeted a range of cosmetic and life science applications.

Glysious technology originates from multi-year research at the Danish Polymer Centre of the Technical University of Denmark. 
 

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Enabling innovation in multiple industries
beyond wound care

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