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URGO Dressing Spray

Why choose URGO Superficial Wounds Spray?  

Thanks to its Filmogel technology, URGO Dressing Spray forms an invisible film that protects and promotes the healing of the wounds. Resistant to water and rubbing, it allows the skin to breathe and optimises the natural healing process. Its spray format makes it particularly useful for treating wounds on joints (elbows, knees, fingers).

For use from 3 years upFor use from 3 years up

How to use this product?  


Clean the wound.  Wash thoroughly.  Spray the solution onto the wound, holding the spray at a distance of 5-10cm from the wound. Allow to dry for 1 minute.  The spray can be reapplied as often as necessary, as the solution absorbs itself.  Family product: adults and children 3 years up.


Not to be used on infected, deep or weeping wounds or burns.
Not for use on the face or mucous membranes.
Do not inhale.

Irritant to the eyes.
Can cause a slight prickling sensation on application.

Pressurised container.
Keep out of sunlight and do not expose to temperatures above 50°C.
Do not pierce or burn container, even when empty.
Do not spray onto flames or burning material.
Store away from any flames or source of sparks.
Store out of reach of children.
Use only in well-ventilated areas.

Do not use in children under 3 years. In case of formation of a film obstructing the tip, scrape this film for a better diffusion.”


Do not use in children under 3 years. In case of formation of a film obstructing the tip, scrape this film for a better diffusion.”

Practical information  

Composition: Cellulose derivative, Solvents, Oils, Propellent gas.

Format: 40ml spray bottle, average 40 applications.


Why? Who is it for?


One clumsy move, one fall, that’s all it takes…. URGO Dressing Spray is designed for use on superficial wounds, grazes and scratches. It can be applied to any area of the body, even the most difficult: elbows, knees, fingers. This spray can be used on children aged 3 years upwards to treat the cuts and scrapes of all the family.

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Why does it hurt?

Superficial Wounds: grazes, scratches

These small superficial wounds are generally not serious, and are often suffered after a fall or rubbing against a hard or rough surface. They are generally painful because of the nerve endings situated just underneath skin. Ow, it hurts!


In addition to URGO Dressing Spray, URGO also recommends...

First Aid range 

URGO Superficial wounds, dressing Spray, liquid bandage

Medical device


URGO Chlorhexidine Antiseptic

URGO Dressing Spray discreetly protects and heals superficial wounds.

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