MEBO FAQ
 

  1. 2.5.4. Why does the local burn wound turn dark after healing with MEBT/MEBO, and how to treat?
    • 2010/10/25 15:48:30
    Most of such cases occur after wound regeneration and reparation in superficial II-degree burns and deep II-degree burns superficial type. The nigrescent color of the burns wound is one of the indicators of active regeneration of chromocytes as a manifestation during the course of skin regeneration and reparation post burns. Treating method: 1) Standard treatment of burns wound is required while avoiding the direct irradiation by the sunlight and UV-lamp; 2) continual application of MEBO is needed on the wound for 2 weeks after wound healing to conduct cell growth; 3) MEBO SCAReducer is then applied; reduce outdoor movement is recommended within 3 months post burns, and the skin should be protected from direct sun-light with the use of suntan oil when necessary.  The pigmentation will gradually extinct after 2-3 months with the normal skin color restored.