Burnasores ointment … for healing Burns, Wounds and Ulcers


Moist Exposed Burn Therapy (MEBT) was introduced into medical practice since two decades in China. The concept of this therapy is to expose the wound to a physiological moist environment to enhance natural healing processes. whereby keratinocytes migration, angiogenesis, and interaction with growth factors are facilitated.

Burnasores (Moist Exposed Burn Ointment) is the ointment, which has been developed to fulfill the above criteria.

Burnasores ointment


Burnasores ointment is of natural and herbal edible  origin is composed of:

  •  B-sitosterol 0.25% as the main active ingredient.
  •  The base of the ointment is of Sesame oil and beeswax. 
  • In addition, Burnasores contains nutritional elements needed for skin cells vitality and regeneration.

Properties and Mode of Action

  • Providing an optimum physiological moisture necessary for regeneration and repair.
  • Inducting an anti- inflammatory effect reducing edema and erythema.
  • Creating an atmosphere unfavorable for bacterial and fungal colonization.
  • Isolating and protecting exposed and injured nerve ending producing thereby an analgesic effect.
  • Providing local nutrition for wound bed cells.
  • Liquefying the necrotic tissue.
  • Isolating and protecting the wound bed from environmental factors but at the same time
    maintaining drainage and gaseous exchange.
  • Reducing body fluids loss from damaged skin (burns).
  • Absorbing residual heat in acute burn wounds.
  • Expediting epithelization with exceptionally acceptable cosmesis.


  • Burnasores has been used successfully in the treatment of the following wounds:
    1. First-degree burns, where the pain relief and the fast healing are remarkable, e.g. sunburn
    2. Second degree bums, superficial and deep. It is properly applied, no skin grafting is needed and regeneration takes place from hair follicles and glands in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue.
    3. Third degree bums, to isolate the wound, reduce pain, and expedite nonsurgical debridement of the necrotic tissue to prepare the wound for grafting.
    4. Donor site. to decrease pain, control infection, and expedite healing (average of 7 days has been reported).
    5. Chronic wounds including bed ulcers, diabetic foot, and lag ulcers.
    6. Post laser resurfacing, chemical peeling, and dermabrasion.
    7. Surgical wounds including obstetrical wounds.
    8. Wound of circumcision.
    9. Mucous membrane wounds such as buccal ulcers.
    10. Cracked heels and cracked nipples.

Method of Application

  • Burns:
  •   First degree burns (Superficial burns):

Burnasores should be applied as immediately as possible. A thin layer (about 1mm thickness) should cover the burnt area. Iti better to keep the wound exposed, but if there is a need, a light dressing can be used.

Reapplication should be done 3 to 4 times daily if exposed or twice daily if closed.

  • Second degree burns:

⇒ First Phase – liquefying period:

A thin layer of Burnasores should cover the bumt area and be renewed 3 to 4 times daily. Before reapplication, the liquefied necrotic tissue and the residues of the old Burnasores should be wiped off gently. It is better to  keep the wound exposed. but if there is a need, a light dressing can be used and a relatively thicker layer (about 3mm thickness) should be applied and renewed twice daily.

⇒Second Phase – repair period:

Burnasores should be applied as before, but less frequently (2 – 3 times daily).

⇒Third Phase – rehabilitation period:

Burnasores should be applied as before, but only once daily.

  • Third degree burns:

Burnasores should be applied as mentioned before to liquefy the necrotic tissue. A thin layer should cover the burn site and be renewed 3 to 4 times daily.

  • Donor Site

A thin layer of Burnasores should cover the donor site and be renewed 3 to 4 times daily if exposed or twice daily if closed.

  • Leg Ulcers

A sterile gauze should be impregnated with Burnasores and should fill the cavity of the ulcer, and renewed twice daily.

  • Surgical and Obstetrical Wounds

Burnasores should cover the wound in a relatively thick layer (about 3m) under a sterile dressing and renewed twice daily.

  • Cracked Nipples

A thin layer of Burnasores should be applied to the nipple under a light pad, and renewed 3 – 4 times daily. Burnasores Is safe for the infant that nursing can proceed without any hazards.


  • Spread the necessary amount of ointment on the area and cover with sterile gauze, possibly imbibed with more ointment. 
  • If there are no contraindications, in following applications it is possible to previously cleanse the area with sterile water as the ointment is totally water dispersible and leaves no residues.
  •  Depending on the seriousness, extension, and location of the damage, applications can be reduced to simple massages to let the ointment be absorbed. 
  • How often to apply the product: follow medical advice.
  •  Cutaneous use.

Toxicity and Side Effects

Burnasores is of pure herbal edible origin. No side effects to the product have been reported so far, except for rare allergic reactions to sesame oil.


  • A known hypersensitivity to the product.

Precautions for the Drug

Burnasores ointment may change its physical appearance during storage, especially during hot seasons, but it does not lose its efficacy.

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  • Burnasores ointment is available in collapsible tubes of 15, 30 grams.
  • Store below 25°C.