Somagel® occlusive wound dressing hydrogel (Non-sterile)
Eye Tablet | Ocher
The Rolls-Royce of Facial Mask Skincare
8g/ pcs (±5%)
Deionized water, Polysaccharide complex, Niacina-mide, Dipotassium glycyrrhizinate, 1,3-Propanediol, Tocopheryl acetate, Glycerin, DMDM Hydantoin, Haematitum, lodopropynyl Butylcarbamate
Ensure wound area is disinfected and clean. Tear open the foil and apply foil-facing side of Somagel® over the wound.
Fasten with medical tape if needed. Somagel® will dry up to a thin membrane after 2-3 hours. Remove and dispose of tablet. If product sticks to skin, rinse with saline solution before removal. Consult your doctor if repeated treatment with a new piece is necessary.
Regular maintenance use should be 20 to 40 mins. Apply own skincare products after that. Use once a week for normal skin and twice a week for dry skin, or as recommended by doctors.
Medical device license #005526
Pharmacist manufacturing license #6102110552
Pharmacist selling license #6202113920
CN Medical device license #20161871
Patent TW M443538UI , CN 206675742U
The Rolls-Royce of
Facial Mask Skincare
Somagel®applies patented nanotechnology and biotechnology to create a unique multi-polyelectrolyte complex (m-PEC). It carries thermo-sensitive and pH-sensitive properties that exploit the temperature and pH differences with the skin to create a tightly sealed bond and to push vital nutrients deeply into the dermis layer through an osmosis effect, allowing the skin to revitalize and repair.
Naturally occurring organic material
96% moisture to calm and ease pain effectively
Somagel® uses physical mixtures of multi- polysaccharides (Alginate, Carrageenan, Chitosan and Hyaluronic Acid) to form a novel polyelectrolyte complex (PEC) tablet. PEC contains nano-sized pores that allow it to have excellent affixing and penetration properties. When applied to damaged burnt dermis, its high moisture content (up to 96%) promotes the entry of water and prolongs nutritional release to relieve the irritation. No harmful substances such as penetrating agents, organic solvents, synthetic surfactants, etc. were added.