Manuka Honey Dressings now More Affordable in UK

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Honey and seaweed combined for wound care and ulcers. The innovative natural wound care product that has manuka honey impregnated in ready to use dressing has just been made significantly more affordable to users from the UK.

The world's leading active manuka honey brand from New Zealand, Comvita, had previously introduced their innovative Apinate dressings. These are a superior wound dressing ready impregnated with active manuka honey, with all of its natural antiseptic and healing properties. It uses a calcium aginate dressing, which is derived from seaweed, being biodegradable, and ensuring that any fibres trapped in a wound a readily biodegraded.

Excellent feedback has been received from people who have used the Apinate manuka honey dressings - see http://www.worldofnz.co.uk/index.asp?function=DISPLAYPRODUCT&productid=28 , however an issue with them has been their cost. At $44.95 for a pack of three dressings, they had been too expensive an option for many people who would benefit from them.

Recognising this, in an effort to make them more affordable to a greater range of people Comvita have now made a significant reduction in their price. With a new RRP of £29.95, a third lower than before, a greater number of people will be able to benefit from these innovative dressings.

For those for whom it is still too expensive, we recommend using the Manukacare 18+ (a tube of the manuka honey) together with their own source of dressings. The aim is to allow as many people as possible the opportunity to naturally help their wound healing.

The Comvita Apinate dressings, at the new lowered price, are available to anyone in the UK for online order, along with any other Comvita Manuka Honey products from World Of NZ at http://www.worldofnz.co.uk

For more information on the manuka honey dressings or other products, or to arrange an interview please use the provided contact details.

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