MEBOROL® oint.
Moisturizing and anti-inflammatory cream
  • MEBOROL® ointment is of natural origin, and contains β sitosterol as an active ingredient which acts by inducing anti-inflammatory effect that reduces edema and erythema and creating unfavora blemedia for bacterial and fungal colonization.
  • MEBOROL® ointment isolates, protects the wound bed and allows nutrition, drainage  and gaseous exchange at the same time.
  • MEBOROL® ointment also absorbs residual heat in acute burns and protects the exposed and injured nerve endings that provides an analgesic effect at the site of injury.
  • It was designed to expose the wound to a physiologi-cal moist environment to enhance natural healing process by facilitating keratenocytes migration and angiogenesis.
  • MEBOROL® ointment also contains high proportion of sesame oil as a major component of  its base, that makes it of additional efficacy in treating wounds and burns due to the healing benefits associated with unsaturated fatty acids and vitamins in sesame oil.

MEBOROL® ointment contains:

  • β sitosterol                      0.25%

MEBOROL® ointment is used for  the treatment of:

  • First degree burns, to relief pain and facilitate healing.
  • Second degree burns, to activate regeneration of hair follicles and glands in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues.
  • Third degree burns, to isolate the wound, reduce pain and expedite nonsurgical debridement of the  necrotic tissue to prepare the wound for grafting.
  • Donor site to decrease pain, control infection and expedite healing.
  • Chronic wounds including bed ulcers, diabetic foot and leg ulcers.
  • Post laser resurfacing, chemical peeling, and dermabra sion.
  • Surgical wounds including obstetrical wounds. 
  • Wound of circumcision.
  • Mucous membrane wounds as buccal ulcers.
  • Cracked heels and cracked nipples.
  • No side effects have been reported with using MEBOROL® ointment, except rare cases of sesame oil hypersensitivity. 
  • First degree Burns: apply a thin layer of MEBOROL® ointment as immediately as possible 3 to 4 times daily and the wound is preferred to be kept exposed.
  • Second degree Burns: thin layer of MEBOROL® ointment is to be applied 3 to 4 times daily with wiping the liquefied necrotic tissues and ointment residues before every application, and the dose should be reduced to twice daily when there is no liquid produced from the burn.
  • Third degree burns: MEBOROL® ointment is applied 3 to 4 times daily to liquefy the necrotic tissues.
  • Donor site and cracked nipples: apply MEBOROL® ointment 3 to 4 times daily.
  • Leg ulcers, surgical and obstetrical wounds: the wound/ulcer is to be covered by relatively thick layer of  MEBOROL® ointment under a sterile dressing, and renewed twice daily.
  • MEBOROL® ointment may change its physical appearance during storage, but this change has no effect to the product's efficacy.
  • MEBOROL® ointment: tube of 30 gm.
  • Store below 25 °C.