Honey can heal?
Winnie-The-Pooh's over-obsession with honey has put the beloved bear in a number of sticky situations. Fearlessly climbing a tree to reach a pot of gold is nothing out of the ordinary. When scaling these trees and undoubtedly gathering a few cuts, would Winnie sacrifice a blob of honey for an innovative way of healing?
Pooh obviously knew a thing or two about honey, but not all honey comes packed with healing properties. Manuka honey on the other hand, certainly does. Winnie-The-Pooh may be fictional, but the healing properties of Manuka honey are quite the opposite!
What is Manuka honey?
Originating from the Leptospermum species of plant found in New Zealand, Manuka honey has been clinically proven to kill bacteria and further assist with wound healing.
First Honey® adhesive plasters and how they can help you:
Imagine a plaster that provides long-lasting infection protection and promotes faster, better healing.
Introducing First Honey® adhesive plasters: a new and innovative type of first aid.
How it works:
When placed over a scrape or cut, the Manuka honey within these skin-friendly plasters will effectively saturate the wound and instantly start to promote faster, better healing.
This then creates a moist and low pH environment which supports new tissue formation and wound healing by protecting from infection without a need for antibiotics.
Sometimes our skin doesn’t need to suffer a cut or scrape to require some TLC. As the days get colder and the weather gets harsher, our skin begins to suffer. Unlike Winnie-The-Pooh, we have no fur to provide protection. This makes our skin vulnerable to the outside world.
First Honey® Skin Therapy Cream is made with the highest quality, medical-grade Manuka honey - free from any contaminants and irritants. Manuka honey naturally contains bioactive properties that deeply moisturise the skin.
This nourishing cream quickly absorbs into dry and irritated skin, providing deep hydration and maximum, long-lasting protection from environmental factors. It is also known to be highly effective at soothing skin affected by eczema.
The future of first aid: