Prevention and eradication of infection and augmenting the healing process are crucial in wound & ulcer management. Our product Aseptik prevents germs/microbes to settle and multiply in the wound /ulcer. Aseptik soothens the skin & heals ulcers at faster rate, eliminates scarring and restores normal skin color.

Curcumin, major ingredient in Aseptik is an orange yellow pigment from spice turmeric and known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti bacterial activities
1, 5, 6,8,9,11,13.

Aloe vera, the other ingredient in Aseptik heals ulcers at least 50% faster than other treatments; heals faster radiation burns, fire burns, frostbite, cuts, blisters; improves skin texture, eliminates dryness, itching, eliminates scarring and promotes regeneration of natural skin color, regenerates skin cells 2-4, 7, 10,12. Aloe works as antibacterial agent. Aloe heals burns faster and regrows hair in burnt area.


Ingredients Curcumin ( from Curcuma longa) 2% w/w
Aloe vera gel 4% w/w
With Vitamin-E- Acetate
Cream base: Q.S.
Other ingredients Purified water, Carbomer 940, Trolamine, Methyl Paraben, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, etc.
Application Skin Management cream
Safety No adverse effects were observed in clinical studies.
Packing 45 gm Jar
*Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent
any disease.

References :

  1. Enhancement of wound healing by Curcumin in animals. Siddhu et al (1998). Wound Repair Regen 6(2); 167-77.

  2. Influence of Aloe vera on the healing of dermal wounds in diabetic rats. Chitra P and Sajithal G. B (1998). Journal of Ethnopharmacology 59(3): 195 - 201.

  3. Chemical constituents & biological activity of Aloe barbadensis. Joshi SP (1998): A Review Journal of Medicinal & Aromatic Plant Sciences 20(3); 768-773.

  4. Aloe. Canigueral S & Vilar R (1994) Brit J Physiother 3; 67-75  

  5. Review on some plants of Indian Traditional medicine with antioxidant activity. Sreejayan Rao (1994).

  6. Oxygen radical scavenging activity of Curcumin; Kunchandy E Rao (1990).
    Int J Pharm 58; 237

  7. The Aloe vera phenomenon; A review of the properties and modern uses of leaf parenchyma gel. Grindlay D & Reynolds T(1986). Journal of Ethanopharmacology 16:117-151.

  8. Effect of Curcumin on Platelet aggregation and vascular prostacyclin synthesis. Srivastava V et al (1986). Arzneimforsch / Drug Res 36(1); 715-17.

  9. Antimicrobial efficacy of the essential oil of Curcuma longa. Banarjee A & Nigam SS (1978). Indian J Med Res 68; 864.

  10. 10. Aloe in Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants: 368-374. Raina MK (1982) Regional Research Laboratory (RRL), Jammu.

  11. Antimicrobial efficacy of the essential oil of Curcuma longa. Banerjee A and Nigam SS (1978) Indian J Med Res 68:864.

  12. Influence of Aloe vera on collagen turnover in healing of dermal wounds in diabetic rats. Chitra P and Sajithal G.B & Chandrakasen G. Ind J of Expert Biol 36 (9); 896-901.

  13. A comparative study on the effect of some indigenous drugs on normal and steroid depressed healing. Udupa SL, Udupa AI & Kulkarni DR: Fitoterapia 69 (6): 507-510.

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