Aloe Vera + propolis gel

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Soothing and softening qualities

Natural protection with propolis

For optimal wound healing


To be used for wound care, reducing swelling, and alleviating skin irritations. Highly effective for massage purposes.

Eclipse Biofarmab Aloe Vera + Propolis Gel is a softening gel used for wound care, swelling and skin irritations. Enriched with propolis for its anti-inflammatory properties and aloe vera to accelerate healing, it provides a soothing and moisturising effect.

What is propolis? Propolis, often referred to as “bee glue”, is a natural substance utilised by honey bees to seal crevices and gaps in their hives. Beyond its sealing function, propolis acts as a disinfectant, safeguarding the bee colony against disease outbreaks. Honey bees collect resin from coniferous trees and exudates from specific deciduous trees, blending them with saliva and beeswax to create a sticky, resin-like substance. Commonly sourced from trees like poplar, birch, pine, and spruce, the resin itself often possesses inherent antimicrobial properties, enhancing the innate protective qualities of propolis.

Contains ACTIValoe®! ACTIValoe® is the world’s most rigorously tested Aloe Vera product, uniquely ensuring a minimum of 10% polysaccharides. Aloe Vera provides ideal conditions for supporting wound healing, owing to its abundant lignin content. Lignin has remarkable skin-penetrating properties that play a crucial role in the healing process.


Wash the affected area and apply a thin layer of the gel. For larger wounds, wash with Eclipse Biofarmab Aloe Vera spray before applying the gel. This process can be repeated several times a day until the wound is healed.

For external use only.

If you have any doubts about wound treatment, consult a veterinarian.


Water, Glycerol, Thickener, Preservative, Triethanolamine, Aloe Vera (ACTIVAloe is a licensed trademark owened by Aloecorp Inc.), Glycerol, Propolis.


36 months.


603413 150 ml

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