Ouchie Powder

Ouchie Powder

Ouchie Powder


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Ouchie Powder is naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. It can be used as a natural alternative to antiseptic cream for healing wounds.

  • 100% natural

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Safe for kids & animals

  • Quickly stops bleeding

  • Heals wounds fast

  • Scientifically tested

The Science of Ouchie Powder

Ouchie Powder is a pharmaceutical grade disaccharide sugar known as β-D-galactopyranosyl-(1→4)-D-glucose.

It is a naturally derived dairy by-product that has been refined into soft, fine, talc like powder. The dairy product from which Ouchie Powder is derived, are sourced from cows raised in one of the most pristine environments on earth. These picturesque pastures located in New Zealand are untouched by the overcrowded and over polluted cities that the vast majority of commercial wound management products are manufactured.

How does it work?

The ability for an individual’s body to coagulate blood and repair tissue can be affected by numerous factors such as infection, metabolic deficiencies such as diabetes, venous or arterial disease and variations in wound structure such as depth, size and wound location.

These healing factors have been perfectly addressed with Ouchie Powder. Wound location, wound shape and infection are addressed by Ouchie Powders ability to cover any shape or sized wound no matter where on the body it is located. The natural antibiotic properties of Ouchie Powder work to prevent infection while absorbing excess blood and instigating fast coagulation.

Ouchie Powder works to activate the coagulation cascade, stimulating blood platelets into forming an aggregated mesh of cross-linked fibrin proteins to form a clot and stop bleeding. The process is referred to as fibroplasia and Ouchie Powder has been proven to accelerate the healing process by stimulating fibroblast cells to enter the wound site and begin laying down an extracellular matrix of collagens, glycosaminoglycan’s, reticular and elastic fibers and glycoproteins which form the fundamental building blocks of skin repair.