Dermozone develops ‘dalethyne ’ for wound healing

Dermozone’s best kept secret 'dalethyne’ will be the key ingredient in the soon to be launched MedCare range of products

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Mr KS Dharshan, chairman and CEO of Dermozone

Dermozone announced that it has developed ‘dalethyne', a revolutionary chemical molecule compound, proven as an antimicrobial agent against most of the bacteria, fungi and yeasts. Dermozone's best kept secret, ‘dalethyne' will be the key ingredient in the company's MedCare range of wound healing herbal products soon to be launched in India.

Dalethyne will be a life saver for thousands of patients especially those suffering from chronic skin ailments like Acne, Fungal Infections, Dry Skin, Insect Bites, Athlete's Foot, Eczema, Blisters, Carbuncles and more importantly diabetic wounds, ulcers and burns.

Dermozone's ‘MedCare' brand comprises of four products- WoundCare (wound and burn), VaginyCare (feminine usage), BabyCare (allergies, rashes etc) and MedCare Soap. Dermozone also has another brand- ‘BodyCare' that caters to the cosmetics and beauty care market with a range of seventeen products.

Mr KS Dharshan, chairman and CEO of Dermozone, said, "‘dalethyne ' is a unique compound created when olive oil is subjected to changes through a process called Ozonation for which I hold the IP right. This unique product is what ‘dalethyne 'carries, with an increased efficacy stimulating the function of enzymes associated with your skin. This fastens the regeneration period of your skin when applied on cuts or wounds, also cures many skin infections in no time. ‘dalethyne 'is no doubt our best kept secret in the complete range of Dermozone products"

Dermozone, with headquarters in Jakarta, Indonesia had recently announced its entry into the Indian market, by setting up an office in Bengaluru in the name of Indo- Dermozone Herbal. Dermozone also has operations in UK, USA, Japan, Russia, Seoul, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Australia and Dubai (Middle East).

 

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