Vitastem for Wounds
Transdermal Medication for Wounds
The doctors and scientists behind Vitastem have spent a decade treating one of the most severe varieties of wounds: diabetic foot wounds. Vitastem’s amazing results may best be displayed in the restoration of life that takes place as a result of helping patients avoid amputations, healing debilitating wound infections, and restoring mobility to many patients across the world.
Diabetic Foot Wound Patient Avoids Amputation Using Vitastem
Day 0 vs Day 32
Even when treating the most severe of wounds, Vitastem is able to:
- Prevent infection
- Restore and improve blood flow to damaged cells
- Reduce inflammation
- Support tissue growth
- Cleanse and kill bacteria in the affected areas
While most wounds are not quite so traumatic, Vitastem guarantees that you’ll never need another general first aid ointment for cuts and wounds, large or small ever again! Whether you need to treat a slice on the finger peeling a potato, a backyard improvement casualty, or a diabetic wound… Vitastem delivers the same results and relief!
Cut Day 0 Vs. Day 2
What makes Vitastem so much more effective?
Vitastem’s specialized combination of ingredients has hacked the delivery formula that enables medicine to be transported at 10x the strength and depth of other products in the marketplace today. This formula stimulates the walls of the skin cells such that it is up to 10x more permeable than normal, allowing for substantially more medicine to enter into the cell, overwhelming and killing the bacteria so quickly that it does not have time to adapt and develop resistance. This highly concentrated and rapid delivery of medicine to the site of need is what has Vitastem patients seeing results in 24 hours versus 5 to 7 days.
In addition to treating the site of need, Vitastem also infuses skin cells damaged by the infection with vitamin D3 and vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Skin is left treated and rejuvenated!
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Post Surgical Wound Day 1 Vs. Day 60
Knife Accident Day 0 Vs. Day 30
Leg Wound Day 0 Vs. Day 8