Posted on by Anabelle Savion



Diabetes is a serious life-long health condition that occurs when the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood is too high because the body can't use it properly. For those who suffer from diabetes and for countless others who are plagued by the discomfort, irritation and pain of diabetic wounds, there is hope. There is the promise of soothing, healing and yes, even winning the often endless, uphill battle of diabetic wounds. Of this we know for sure.

Wound healing and especially diabetic wound healing, have long been the challenges of modern medicine. But more often than not, treatment with popular over the counter ointments and creams, are no longer tall tales or our grandmother's magic potions. Topical skincare treatments are now gaining the attention and respect of the medical community. Wound healing as a medical specialty and as a subject of medical research, finally has a seat at the table – and new soothing and healing alternatives are giving chronic sufferers… hope.  

Your skin – your choice

Diabetic foot wounds are a common complication for diabetics. Of the nearly 30 million people with diabetes in the U.S. alone, 15% will develop a foot ulcer at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These numbers are astounding and are only on the rise each and every day.

The more we understand how skin actually heals and how important skin revitalizing is in the journey towards improved skin health, those of us with diabetic wounds have a far better chance of healing. We can, essentially, soothe and improve and even 'repair' the toughest-to-heal diabetic wounds and yes, the choice is yours.

Helping your skin to help itself

It's a well-known fact that repairing the skin when it's injured or damaged, is the key to keeping our bodies intact. As part of our natural metabolism, once we are hurt or inflicted by a chronic illness, such as diabetes, our bodies work hard to get the healing process started. Cells are in motion, blood vessels ban together to fight infection – all of this to promote new skin growth and protect the infected areas.

Our skin needs to continue "working" and regenerating and we are ultimately responsible for helping it to heal. Diabetic wounds affect our entire body, but the possibility of soothing and healing inflamed and infected areas, will help the overall healing process. At LAVIOR, we truly understand your skin's need… to heal. 

Here, the healing begins

LAVIOR offers diabetic wound sufferers a viable alternative to popular off the shelf remedies, with an advanced line of products that effectively heal diabetic wounds and ulcers. After years of market research, intensive product analysis and testing and a deep understanding of the make-up of diabetic wounds, LAVIOR has developed a line of skincare solutions to soothe and heal diabetic wounds and sores.

Based on a unique combination of Inula Viscosa, deemed the "King of Medicinal Plants," LAVIOR skincare products feature anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-oxidant properties, to effectively soothe and heal damaged or irritated skin. What makes us so uniquely different from comparable skincare products, is that we actually grow and cultivate our own exclusive type of Inula Viscosa, the richest and most potent of this plant species. 

LAVIOR's product line includes "D-Care" for the treatment of diabetic wounds and "Organic Moisturizer" to soothe dry and cracked skin, often the result of diabetic wounds, especially foot ulcers and bed sores. When applied directly to the wound, our products quickly penetrate the tissue and reduce inflammation, promoting wound healing and closure.

In a word, LAVIOR effectively helps you – help your skin to heal, ultimately, helping you to fight, and we hope, 'win' the battle of diabetic wounds.



Diabetes is a serious life-long health condition that occurs when the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood is too high because the body can't use it properly. For those who suffer from diabetes and for countless others who are plagued by the discomfort, irritation and pain of diabetic wounds, there is hope. There is the promise of soothing, healing and yes, even winning the often endless, uphill battle of diabetic wounds. Of this we know for sure.

Wound healing and especially diabetic wound healing, have long been the challenges of modern medicine. But more often than not, treatment with popular over the counter ointments and creams, are no longer tall tales or our grandmother's magic potions. Topical skincare treatments are now gaining the attention and respect of the medical community. Wound healing as a medical specialty and as a subject of medical research, finally has a seat at the table – and new soothing and healing alternatives are giving chronic sufferers… hope.  

Your skin – your choice

Diabetic foot wounds are a common complication for diabetics. Of the nearly 30 million people with diabetes in the U.S. alone, 15% will develop a foot ulcer at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These numbers are astounding and are only on the rise each and every day.

The more we understand how skin actually heals and how important skin revitalizing is in the journey towards improved skin health, those of us with diabetic wounds have a far better chance of healing. We can, essentially, soothe and improve and even 'repair' the toughest-to-heal diabetic wounds and yes, the choice is yours.

Helping your skin to help itself

It's a well-known fact that repairing the skin when it's injured or damaged, is the key to keeping our bodies intact. As part of our natural metabolism, once we are hurt or inflicted by a chronic illness, such as diabetes, our bodies work hard to get the healing process started. Cells are in motion, blood vessels ban together to fight infection – all of this to promote new skin growth and protect the infected areas.

Our skin needs to continue "working" and regenerating and we are ultimately responsible for helping it to heal. Diabetic wounds affect our entire body, but the possibility of soothing and healing inflamed and infected areas, will help the overall healing process. At LAVIOR, we truly understand your skin's need… to heal. 

Here, the healing begins

LAVIOR offers diabetic wound sufferers a viable alternative to popular off the shelf remedies, with an advanced line of products that effectively heal diabetic wounds and ulcers. After years of market research, intensive product analysis and testing and a deep understanding of the make-up of diabetic wounds, LAVIOR has developed a line of skincare solutions to soothe and heal diabetic wounds and sores.

Based on a unique combination of Inula Viscosa, deemed the "King of Medicinal Plants," LAVIOR skincare products feature anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-oxidant properties, to effectively soothe and heal damaged or irritated skin. What makes us so uniquely different from comparable skincare products, is that we actually grow and cultivate our own exclusive type of Inula Viscosa, the richest and most potent of this plant species. 

LAVIOR's product line includes "D-Care" for the treatment of diabetic wounds and "Organic Moisturizer" to soothe dry and cracked skin, often the result of diabetic wounds, especially foot ulcers and bed sores. When applied directly to the wound, our products quickly penetrate the tissue and reduce inflammation, promoting wound healing and closure.

In a word, LAVIOR effectively helps you – help your skin to heal, ultimately, helping you to fight, and we hope, 'win' the battle of diabetic wounds.

Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/zopim.liquid