• Q What is a moist environment?
    A A moist (damp) environment is one that keeps water and germs out, maintains proper humidity on wounds, prevents scab formation, keeps wounds from scarring, and treats wounds quickly.
  • Q Doesn’t it hurt when taking it off?
    A Our wettable dressing absorbs exudates and keeps secretions from running, as well as discharged or bleeding wounds from becoming matted. As a result of its excellent water-proof functions, it reduces pain and bleeding when removing it and prevents wounds from festering and infestation of various germs and infection from the outside.
  • Q Does it remove scarred wounds?
    A When applied to wounds immediately after scarring, our wettable dressing maintains a moist environment and induces granulation with no scabs, but it has no effect on scar removal.
  • Q Pain is relieved by applying our wettable dressing to your injured areas. Does it happen to contain painkillers?
    A Our wettable dressing contains no painkillers or antibiotics. It does, however, create a moist environment and acts as a soft-textured cushion to relieve pain on the injured areas.
  • Q Doesn’t it leave any scars if applied to surgical wounds that were lacerated and stitched?
    A When applied to surgically wounded parts (stitched), our wettable dressing helps in the healing of wounds and reduces scar formation.
  • Q Can I use it for blebby burn wounds?
    A If you get a blister on a burned area, it is already extremely moist. To begin, cool the area around the burned area with cold water or an ice pack, wipe moisture on it, and apply our wettable dressing to the blister less than 2cm in size without removing it. If the blister is larger than 2cm, remove it and apply the dressing to it. If you are concerned about secondary infection, you must remove the blister and apply a wettable dressing to it.
  • Q Can I use it for the granulated or scabbed area?
    A You may as well remove a scab first. Most of the scabs can be easily removed after soaking it in water. If you have a hard time removing it, drop one or two drops of water into the scab and apply our wettable dressing onto it.
  • Q Isn't it true that it gets better quickly after forming a scab?
    A Cells are renewed only under the scab if a scab forms during scar healing. When you remove the scab, you create a new wound and scar.
  • Q Should I apply ointment into wounds after washing them prior to use?
    A We strongly advise only using inno-foam for wounds without ointment after carefully washing wounds, but please treat infected wounds or others that require special treatment according to the doctor's instructions.
  • Q Can I use it for pus-filled wounds?
    A If you get pus from an infected wound, wash other foreign substances that cause infection around the pus in running water or with saline solution and apply our wettable dressing to the wounds.
  • Q Don’t I need disinfection of wounds for prevention of infection?
    A Please clean wounds with running water or saline solution. In general, cleaning them and removing foreign substances or necrotized tissues is more effective than disinfecting them and removing germs because germs present in epithelial cells around wounds grow and return to their original states one hour after disinfection. Furthermore, the use of disinfectants or antibiotics kills beneficial cells required for epithelial cell reproduction while temporarily removing germs. As a result, it makes it difficult for wounds to heal. However, we strongly recommend disinfection of knife or nail wounds, as well as those bitten by the beast.
  • Q Don’t wounds get festered if they are sealed up?
    A By employing helpful exudates for wound therapy and avoiding microbial invasion from the outside, sealing up wounds speeds up their healing and ensures that there is no pain involved.