Genjel Plus Barrier Cream

In all phases of wound treatment


What is Genjel Plus Barrier Cream

Genjel Plus Barrier Cream is a white colored homogeneous cream with specific scented. It has been developed to help protect and repair the skin from body fluids. Genjel Plus Barrier Cream is produced in aerosol form for easy use.

It shows its effectiveness by creating a foam layer on the skin. Since it is not sticky, it does not prevent the application of other products to the skin after it is applied. Genjel Plus Barrier Cream moisturizes, protects and helps repair the skin thanks to the active ingredients it contains.

Usage areas

Genjel Plus Barrier Cream is used to protect the intact skin areas that are at risk of irritation and damage and to help the treatment of damaged skin areas. It moisturizes dry areas and reduces redness.
Conditions that should not be used:
It should not be used on infected skin areas. People known to have an allergic reaction to the active ingredients should not use the product.

How to use

  1. Wash the application area, preferably with saline, and dry gently.

  2. Hold the aerosol tube with the spray head up and facing the application area.

  3. Spray the product from the application area at a distance of about 15 cm and enough to form a thin film (for about 3 seconds), in oval movements.

  4. Allow the product to dry on its own and do not touch it to spread it.

  5. If other products have to be used together, apply Genjel Plus ™ Barrier Cream as the first product.

  6. Apply as much as your doctor recommends during the day.

  7. Always close the lid of the product after application.


Distilled Water / Butane, Propane, Isobutane / Cetyl Stearyl Alcohol / D-Panthenol / Ceteareth-20 / Soluble Collagen / St. John’s Wort Oil / Glycerin / Paraffinum Liquidum / Isopropyl Myristate / Monopropylene Glycol / Propolis Cera / Tea Tree Oil / Glycerin, Urea, Saccharide Hydrolysate, Magnesium Aspartate, Glycine, Alanine, Creatine / Citric Acid / Frankincense Oil / Phenoxyethanol, Ethylidheiderin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol.