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A wound is a type of injury which happens relatively quickly in which skin is torn, cut, or punctured (an open wound), or where blunt force trauma causes a contusion (a closed wound). In pathology, it specifically refers to a sharp injury which damages the dermis of the skin.


Wounds are often left unattended, in-part due to poor habitual practice which starts from childhood.
When we get older our own immune system at times can get weak due to lack of sleep, poor lifestyle and noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes and cholesterol.
This puts stress on our body resulting in infections.
It is important to take care of our wounds which are relatively easy and simple in today’s modern society.

Wounds can be classified:

  1. Clean wound
  2. Contaminated wound
  3. Infected wound
  4. Colonized wound


Wounds are managed more than treated. This is due to the requirement of our own bodies requirement to heal the wound.

Management of wounds depends on the type, size/depth, cause and whether other structures beyond the dermis (skin) are involved. Treatment of lacerations/cuts involves examining, cleaning and closing the wound.

Minor wounds, like bruises, will heal on their own with skin discoloration usually disappearing 1-2 weeks. Abrasions are which are intact but usually involve a high degree of inflammation, they usually require no treatment except keeping the wound clean and using an anti-inflammation agent such as Spray8 to reduce pain and itching. Puncture wounds may be prone to infection depending on the depth of penetration. The entry of puncture wound is left open to allow for bacteria or debris to be removed from inside.

Puncture wounds may be prone to infection depending on the depth of penetration. The entry of puncture wound is left open to allow for bacteria or debris to be removed from inside. After which it the wound is washed and treatment administered.

Natural Alternative

Impressively Spray8 – Wound Care Mist contains DermaXan which has the same properties required for effective wound care management being anti-bacterial and anti-inflammation.

DermaXan has been proven to be 22x more potent at suppressing inflammation when compared to Diclofenac and is able to stop the growth of harmful infection causing bacteria.

How does Spray8 Wound Care Mist Work?

Spray8 Wound Care works by providing a conducive environment for wounds to heal. By killing bacteria and shortening the inflammation cycle wounds can heal faster. DermaXan has been shown to inhibit the growth of harmful micro-organism even antibiotic resistant strains!.

How do I use Spray8 Wound Care Mist?

Spray8 Wound Care Mist

Spray8 range of products are registered with the respective countries Ministry of Health including Malaysia, United States of America, United Kingdom, Singapore & New Zealand.

Spray8 – Wound Care has been formulated to be gentle on the skin, making it a great everyday spray to help reduce swelling during the onset of an injury/cut and abrasions. Just Spray when needed.

Did you know?

Yeast is a fungus.  They are a cause of fungal infections.


Spray8 stopping the growth of YEAST!


How to prevent & reduce Wound Infections?

Following some simple steps wounds will heal faster without infection

  1. Clean the wound with clean water and/or use Spray8 Wound Care Mist
  2. Remove any debris that may be present in the wound
  3. Large deep wounds may require stitching and should seek professional medical assistance.
  4. Spray use a good antibacterial agent such as Spray8 Wound Care
  5. Bandage wounds if big or if prone to dirt.
    This is to act as a barrier to prevent infection.
    Superficial wounds do not need to be bandaged.
    Remember to change your bandages daily to ensure dead infected tissues are removed from a healing wound site.
  6. Repeat step 4 as needed daily or as a qualified Doctor recommends.

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