Lavior is grateful for the opportunity to attend Wild on Wounds (WOW): National Wound Care Conference hosted by the Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI). Taking place from September 14 to 16 in Hollywood, Florida, Lavior will highlight its commitment to enhancing the lives of diabetics through innovative and natural solutions in preventative care, wound management, and skin infection mitigation.
Empowering Diabetics with Natural Solutions
Dr. Oscar Baretto and Peter Hurwitz will share Lavior’s groundbreaking diabetic wound care case report with conference attendees, showcasing Lavior’s promise in addressing the underlying causes while promoting healing of chronic wounds. “Our mission is to improve the quality of life for diabetics by providing innovative and natural solutions in preventative care, wound care and skin infection mitigation. Our motivation for providing first-class products was inspired by both the current lack of effective treatments and emerging public concern regarding the alarming risks associated with products containing synthetic agents. Lavior’s high quality and affordable products are the best wound and skincare products on the market to help people live a healthier life despite everyday challenges,” said Co-Founder, Anabelle Savion, who will be available to speak directly with conference attendees at booth #514 alongside her Co-Founder and husband, Gilad Savion.
A Journey Rooted in Research and Innovation
For over 13 years, we have diligently conducted research and development in diabetic wound care. Our efforts have culminated in a remarkable product line, underpinned by the medicinal botanical genus, Inula, and a groundbreaking species known as Inula Viscosa (AGS RIED). This unique species is rich in sesquiterpenoids, particularly sesquiterpene lactones (SLs), which are the primary secondary metabolites.
Two standout SLs, Inuviscolide and Tomentosin, have garnered attention for their multifaceted properties, including antimicrobial, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antimalarial activities. Lavior has harnessed the potential of these compounds to formulate an array of high-quality and affordable products that stand as pioneers in the diabetic wound and skincare market.
About the Wound Care Education Institute
The Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) is a renowned institution providing comprehensive training programs across the United States in the domains of Skin and Wound Management, Diabetic Wound Management, and Ostomy Management. Their commitment to education and excellence aligns seamlessly with Lavior’s vision of empowering individuals with top-tier healthcare solutions.