What is First Aid Ointment + Pain Relief for?
Provides pain relief in addition to helps prevent infection and promotes healing in:
How to use First Aid Ointment + Pain Relief
Clean the affected area
Apply a thin layer of CUROXEN to the affected area 3 times a day or as needed
Cover with sterile bandage if desired
All-Natural and Organic Ingredients
A plant of the daisy family that bears yellow, daisy-like flowers, may reduce swelling and decrease pain in minor wounds.
Oxygenated Olive Oil/Olive Extract (oleuropein)
CUROXEN’s formula consists of ultra-pure, certified organic olive oil. The olive oil undergoes an oxygenation process (yep, it’s infused with good old O2, necessary for cell repair and regeneration) that combined with olive extract creates a highly antimicrobial substrate.
High in plant-based antioxidants called flavonoids, calendula extract is derived from the flower petals of the pot marigold and has been used for medicinal purposes throughout history. ¹
And finally, we added an all-natural signature essential oil blend for a fresh scent.
CUROXEN does NOT contain
- Synthetic drugs, including antibiotics
- Petrolatum-derived products
- Artificial chemicals
Where to Buy
No Known Antibiotic Resistance to CUROXEN
Antimicrobial resistance is considered a global health crisis by the United Nations (UN), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and World Health Organization (WHO). Synthetic antibiotics can lead to antibiotic resistance “superbugs”. CUROXEN does not contain any synthetic antibiotics.
No Known Antibiotic Allergen Risk with CUROXEN
Many of the leading wound care ointments on the market today contain synthetically created antibiotics. CUROXEN does not. Both branded and generic over the counter (OTC) antibiotic creams and ointments rely on three main antibiotics, two of which — neomycin and bacitracin — earned the dubious title of Allergen of the Year by the American Contact Dermatitis Association (ACDA) in 2010² and 2003³, respectively.
Neomycin⁴ creates an allergic reaction in approximately 10% of consumers, while 9.2% reacted negatively to bacitracin, with reactions ranging from skin rash to anaphylaxis.
What Users Say
“I have pierced ears and sometimes I have problems putting earrings on. Occasionally, at least one of my earlobes will bleed. The Curoxen was SO soothing and I could not detect any odor. My earlobe healed quickly and I plan to continue to buy Curoxen from now on!”
Amazon Reviewer, February 2020
“My grandson burned his finger, and I first put aloe plant on it. He kept telling me it hurts, so I put curoxen with the pain relief on it and he immediately stopped crying and said it felt all better. Plus the fact that it healed quickly, by the next day you could barely see it.”
Amazon Reviewer, October 2019
“I find that this works great! I know people are sceptical about anything Homeopathic but I have first hand experience with it (many times) and it really does work. The fact that is all natural and organic got me to try it in the first place and am glad I did.”
Amazon Reviewer, August 2019
“I love this product, I had a very bad heat, sweat rash on my lower stomach. I applied this product after every shower, within 3 days it has cleared up.”
Amazon Reviewer, June 2019
“Purchased this product for my daughter that has sensitive skin. Love the fact that it has arnica for the pain. My daughter doesn’t flinch when I place it on her skin and states that it feel good. Must try product!!”
Amazon Reviewer, December 2016
How do you pronounce CUROXEN?
Our name is a blend of cure + oxygen, pronounced “kyur-ox-in.”
How does CUROXEN First Aid Ointment work?
CUROXEN’s formula consists of ultra-pure, certified organic olive oil. The olive oil undergoes an oxygenation process (yep, it’s infused with good old O2, necessary for cell repair) that combined with olive extract creates a highly antimicrobial substrate.
What is a minor wound?
Wounds are injuries that break the skin or other body tissues. They include cuts, scrapes, scratches, and burns. Minor wounds usually aren’t serious, but it is important to clean them. You should seek medical attention if:
- the wound is deeper than 1/2 inch
- you cannot close it yourself
- bleeding doesn’t stop or lasts longer than 20 minutes
- you can’t get the dirt out
- it does not heal
- it is an animal bite
Can I use it for more serious conditions?
CUROXEN is made for minor wounds such as cuts, scrapes, and burns. We advise you talk to a healthcare professional first for any other uses.
Is it safe to use on kids?
Yes. CUROXEN is perfectly safe to use. Please refer to the product instructions for more detail.
Is it safe to use on pets?
Members of our team use it on their furry friends with great results, but you should seek your veterinarian’s advice before use.
It burned a little when applied. Is that normal?
Some cuts, scrapes, and burns can be sensitive. Even cleaning minor wounds with water can sting. CUROXEN may burn a little upon application, but the sensation is temporary. Rest assured, CUROXEN works quickly to promote healing and prevent infection.
Is there supposed to be a safety seal on the tube?
No, the industry standard is that topical ointments do not require a safety seal on the tube.
Why does it have a scent?
We have added a signature blend of all-natural essential oils to create a pleasant fresh scent.
Why is it kind of runny?
CUROXEN is an all-natural product, without any added artificial thickeners. If it’s too runny for you, we recommend you pop CUROXEN in the fridge for 10 minutes before use.
Is CUROXEN First Aid Ointment cruelty free and vegan?
Yes! CUROXEN is never tested on animals and is made using only five vegan all-natural and organic ingredients – arnica, olive extract, calendula, oxygenated olive oil, and essential oil blend (fragrance).
How is it made?
CUROXEN is manufactured under strict Good Manufacturing Practices per U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines using a proprietary process.
Is it a registered product in the USA?
CUROXEN is registered in the FDA National Drug Code Directory.
¹Arora, D., Rani, A., Sharma, A. (2013 Jul-Dec). A review on phytochemistry and ethnopharmacological aspects of genus Calendula. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3841996/