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February 12, 2023

All You Need to Know About Using Triad Wound Cream

Are you looking for a way to treat an open wound? Triad Wound Cream is a topical antiseptic cream that helps heal minor wounds and reduce pain. This cream is easy to use and can be applied multiple times throughout the day. Here’s a short review of why Triad is effective for healing and how to start using it right away.

How Does Triad Work?

Triad Wouund Cream IngredientsTriad Wound Cream works by reducing the risk of infection in wounds while providing relief from pain. This cream contains several active ingredients, including lidocaine, which numbs the area around the wound; bacitracin, an antibiotic which prevents infection; and benzalkonium chloride, an antiseptic that kills bacteria. It also contains carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) which allows it to adhere to wet, moist, or macerated skin. Other important ingredients include dimethicone – which is used to moisturize the peri-wound skin – and petrolatum and zinc oxide – which reduces skin irritation. Together, these ingredients work together to promote healing and reduce irritation.

Triad is an ideal dressing choice for difficult-to-dress wounds on wet or irregular surfaces. Irregular surfaces could include the gluteal cleft, coccyx, perineum, buttocks, groin, face, hands, feet and other areas. Triad adheres to wet skin, and can be used on broken skin in the presence of incontinence, or maceration of the peri-wound skin. Triad facilitates autolytic debridement to help manage necrotic tissue such as slough and eschar.


Application Instructions

Before using Triad Wound Cream, it’s important to make sure that your hands are clean. Wash your hands with soap and water before applying the cream. Then, take a small amount of the cream on your fingertip and gently apply it directly onto the wound or surrounding area. Massage it into the skin until it is absorbed completely. Repeat this process up to three times per day as needed until your wound has healed.


Side Effects & Precautions

It’s important to note that Triad Wound Cream may cause mild side effects such as itching, stinging, or redness at the site of application. If any of these symptoms persist or worsen after using this product, stop using it immediately and contact your doctor for further advice. Additionally, do not apply this product over large areas of skin as it could cause serious side effects such as hives or swelling of the face or tongue. Finally, store this product away from light and heat when not in use.


Triad Wound Cream is a great way to heal minor wounds quickly and efficiently while providing relief from associated pain and discomfort. By following proper application instructions and taking necessary precautions into consideration before use, you can maximize its benefits while minimizing any potential risks associated with its use. Contact us if you have any questions.

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