Podoped Cream

Brebetto Ozoile

Regenerates and repairs fragile, desquamated, hyperkeratotic, damaged skin of the lower limb

Cream with Ozoile®, rapidly absorbed, protective and regenerating the skin of the legs and feet with an emollient, hydrating, elasticising, repairing and normalizing action on the skin microbiota.

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Hyperkeratosis and callosity

Moderate to severe xerosis 

• Ulcerations of the lower limb

Treatment of diabetic foot

Foot psoriasis 

• Fragile skin placed in contact with orthopedic devices and therapeutic elastic socks

With OZOILE® exclusive component obtained from an Erbagil® patented process in which Ozone binds to the oleo¬nic bonds of organic olive oil +OIL® from Erbagil®Estate, forming stable Ozonides with antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and regenerating action, capable of releasing  immediately available oxygen.

With Ruscus, reduces the altered capillarity of the inflamed skin due to the vasoconstrictive and vasoprotective properties of ruscogenins. It has anti-reddening and lightening properties for erythematous plaques.

With Ialuronic Acid with an enhanced hydrating action that fills the space between the bers, giving tone and firmness. It holds water in situ and slows its loss.

Con Vitamina E Acetato effetto lenitivo, contrasta la perossidazione lipidica di membrana. Blocca i radicali liberi.


After thorough cleansing with Podoped® Detergent, on well-dry skin, apply an even layer of Podoped® Cream directly to the affected area, two applications a day until the problem is resolved. In case of skin lesions, after covering the bottom of the lesion with Podoped® Spray apply a generous layer of Podoped® Cream to protect the periwound skin and proceed with the most appropriate coverage of the lesion, with dressing changes every one to three days or as indicated by the specialist. The treatment period varies depending on the area treated and the speed of the therapeutic response.

Data sheet

Codice PARAF (a barre)
40 ml: 970424899
Patologie e Sintomi


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