To get started, answer a few questions about your wound and medical history.

When you’re finished with the questionnaire, schedule an online consultation with our healthcare provider.

2. Consult with a licensed healthcare provider

Have a licensed healthcare provider assess the best treatment options for you for a $25* consultation fee.

* Fee waived upon purchase of medication

3. Treatment delivered to your door

If Keragel determined to be the solution for your chronic wound our team will process your order and deliver right to your door.

Frequently Asked Questions

Keragel is a topical gel enriched with pharmaceutical grade keratin protein that delivers Replicine™ Bioactive Keratin directly to the wound while maintaining a moisture rich environment.

Replicine™ Bioactive Keratin is derived from a proprietary manufacturing process that carefully extracts keratin protein from sheep’s wool, fully intact. By maintaining the form and function of the protein, as well as its bioactivity – the main factor needed for healing, this technology controls the molecule, creating a versatile biopolymer material that can be formed into a liquid gel or solid.


  1. Cleanse and debride the wound in accordance with normal procedures.
  2. Ensure that the skin surrounding the wound is dry.
  3. To open the tube, use the piercer cap to break the nozzle seal. To ensure sterility, sanitize the piercer cap before use.
  4. Apply a 3mm to 6mm (1/8inch to 1/4inch “thickness of a dime”) layer of Keragel® to cover the entire wound surface.
  5. Cover with an appropriate secondary dressing if needed.


The wound should be inspected daily or as indicated by a physician. For wounds that appear dry, more gel should be applied to the area

Wounds should be inspected daily and Keragel should be applied as indicated by a physician. For wounds that appear dry, more gel may be needed to be applied to the area.

Product should not be used in patients with known sensitivety to keratin or to any of the following excipients:

  • Phenoxyethanol
  • Hydroxyethylcellulose
  • Glycerol
  • Sorbitol
  • Propylene glycol
  • Lactic acid

Let the healing process begin