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Fix Wound Spray®

For healthy healing and protection of wounds.

Fix Wound Spray

Fix Wound Spray is a 100% natural and non-irritating formula that supports the healing phase of wounds. It comes in a low-pressure spray, which makes its application simple and painless.

Are you looking for a natural product that can help heal wounds? Something that’s not just effective, but also gentle and easy to use?


Fix Wound Spray is a 100% natural combination of plant oils that can be sprayed gently onto wounds to help them heal. It is soothing and non-irritating, and suitable for all wound types – minor wounds, burns, non-healing wounds and even deep wounds.1-5


Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.

Fix Wound Spray ® has been shown to:

Promote faster healing of wounds

Promote faster healing of wounds

Leads to faster than expected new tissue formation, even in deep wounds where bone is exposed1

Protect wounds while they heal

Protect wounds while they heal

Helps to keep wounds free from infection2-4 and lowers the chance that a dressing will adhere to a wound5

Reduce pain and simplify dressing changes

Reduce pain and simplify dressing changes

Associated with reduced pain, including pain due to burns1,4 efficient dressing changes and less need for wound cleansing5

Research & Evidence

Fix Wound Spray: Key Ingredients

Fix Wound Spray contains oils extracted from two medicinal plants – St John’s Wort and the Neem tree. These oils, known as Hypericum oil and Neem oil, are combined with olive oil and packaged in an aerosol spray that can be applied to minor and major wounds. Fix Wound Spray also contains propane and butane.


Fix Wound Spray has been tested in hospital and nursing home settings, and 5 clinical research papers on its effects have been published.1-5


Fix Wound Spray is flammable and classified as a hazardous material

Learn more about Hypericum oil and Neem oil
trials & studies
5 clinical research papers1-5
8 years of use in Swiss hospitals1

Food for thought: All wounds result in some level of scarring, but the appearance of scars can be affected by the wound healing phase.6

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Using Fix Wound Spray

Recommended dosage & directions

Fix Wound Spray is suitable for use on any wound (break in the skin), either open or closed.

This includes:

  • cuts
  • grazes (abrasions)
  • torn skin (lacerations)
  • burns
  • diabetic ulcers
  • bed sores (decubitus ulcers).

Recommended dosage and directions:


Fix Wound Spray can be used from the age of 1 month.


Step 1 — Shake well before use.


Step 2 — Spray Fix Wound Spray directly onto the wound bed and the surrounding skin area at a distance of 5–10cm from the wound. Ensure that the wound and surrounding skin are covered with a clearly visible oil layer. Wait for 30 seconds to 1 minute, and then apply a second layer of Fix Wound Spray to the wound bed and surrounding skin area. Adjust number of puffs to wound size, and do not apply more than 20 puffs per day.


Step 3 — Cover the wound with a suitable dressing (e.g. a plaster or gauze held in place with a bandage).


It is recommended that treatment be repeated every 24 hours.



  • For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
  • Do not use on individuals who have had an allergic reaction to any of the ingredients of Fix Wound Spray.
  • In case of adverse events such as skin irritation or allergic reactions, remove dressing and rinse off the oil layer with water.
  • Fix Wound Spray is flammable and classified as a hazardous material, and its canister is pressurised, so it should be:
    • kept out of reach of children
    • kept in a cool well-ventilated place (at room temperature), and away from sources of ignition such as sparks, flames, hot surfaces and temperatures over 50°C (no smoking) 
    • protected from sunlight
    • used only in well-ventilated areas, and never sprayed onto a naked flame or incandescent material
    • disposed of as hazardous waste (see FAQs for further information).

Distributed by Soho Flordis International South Africa (Pty) Ltd.  |  Company Registration no.  004/035255/07.
This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.

Active ingredient
St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum)

Fix Wound Spray contains:
Extract equivalent to dry Bacopa monnieri whole plant 2.16 g
= CDRI 08  extract 160 mg


Fix Wound Spray has a good tolerability profile. No serious adverse events have been reported to be associated with its use. A small number of cases of allergic reaction of have been reported after use of the spray, but these only occurred in people who had multiple allergies.1 This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.

PHARMACOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION: Complementary medicine - Category D 33.3


Fix Wound Spray is generally very well tolerated. In rare cases, its use has been associated with an allergic reaction. It is important to speak with a healthcare professional if you are concerned about possible side effects.

The Fix Wound Spray formula is not a high pressured spray, so application of the spray is not painful.

You can use Fix Spray daily for up to 30 days. After this, you should take a break from using it for 2 days.

Potential interactions between Fix Wound Spray and other topical treatments have not been assessed, so use of Fix Wound Spray with other topical treatments is not recommended.

No data on the safe use of Fix Wound Spray in pregnant and lactating women are available, so use of Fix Wound Spray is not recommended during pregnancy and lactation.

Yes, Fix Wound Spray can be used from the age of 1 month.

Children from 1 month to 2 years: Do not apply more than 7 puffs per day. 

2 years and older: Do not apply more than 20 puffs per day.

Used Fix Wound Spray canisters should be handed over to hazardous waste disposers. They should not be disposed of with household garbage, and should never be pierced or burnt (even after use). This is because the canister is made from metal and may contain residue of dangerous substances, and the spray is flammable. Also, the spray should not be allowed to reach the sewage system.

Fix Wound Spray is available at leading retail pharmacies in S.A. Click on Find a Store to find a list of practitioners and pharmacies in your area that either stock Fix Wound Spray or will know how to order Fix Wound Spray in. Even if your local pharmacy is not on the list, they will be able to order it in for you.


1.   Lauchli S, et al. Hospital Healthcare; 2012: 1-3.

2.   Lauchli S, et al. Forschende Komplementarmedizin 2014; 21: 88-93.

3.   Lauchli S, et al. Journal of Wound Care 2012; 21(5): 228-233.

4.   Mainetti S and Carnevali F. Journal of Wound Care 2013; 22(12): 681-689.

5.   Eggenberger K, et al. Audit 2012: 1-19.

6.   Focus: Scar. Interview with Mischa Wiegand, MD (specialist surgeon and specialist for hand surgery). Available at: http://www.wound.ch/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Scar-support.pdf Accessed October 2018.



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