For skin protection, healing and support

  • Supports skin’s natural healing
  • Gentle and effective
  • Use as a barrier cream, or for all stages of wound healing

20g Omnimatrix £19.98

60g Omnimatrix £34.98

PLEASE NOTE: Omnimatrix has a 3 year shelf life once opened (when used in an aseptic manner).


SKU: N/A Categories: , , , , , Tag:
This versatile first aid product is suitable for all stages of wound healing and is a must have for any first aid box. Its soothing and calming formula is suitable for ears, face and body (avoid eye and mouth contact).  The unique formulation of Omnimatrix supports granulation and skin regeneration, to promote healing. It contains ingredients which are recognised for their antibacterial properties and supports the body’s natural anti-inflammatory system.

Zinc Oxide

Zinc is skin’s friend, with many benefits including: supporting skin re-growth, supporting granulation and its antiseptic qualities.

Herbal extracts

Gentle, soothing and effective. The combined effects of the 9 herbal extracts in Omnimatrix support complete skin health and repair.

  • Zinc Oxide
  • Centella Asiatica
  • Calendula Officialis
  • Echinacea Pupurea
  • Hamamelis Virginiana
  • Arnica Montana
  • Lavenula Angustifolia
  • Melaleuca Viridiflora
  • Thuja Occidentalis

Omnimatrix is recommended for 

  • Use as a barrier cream on delicate areas, or areas which are commonly aggravated.
  • Use in all stages of wound healing
  • Use with or without dressings
  • Horses, dogs, cats and reptiles

Omnimatrix should be applied liberally to the concerned area twice daily, or at every bandage change.

Clean the area of skin, before application.

If you have any concerns regarding wounds on your pet, consult your vet.

PLEASE NOTE: Omnimatrix has a 3 year shelf life once opened (when used in an aseptic manner).

It is important to follow all dressing care instructions given to you by your veterinary team to ensure no complications arise.

  • Ensure dressings are always kept dry
  • Always prevent your pet from interfering with any dressing
  • Keep all follow up appointments as advised by your veterinary team
  • If the dressing is on a limb, ensure it is always suitably protected when your pet is outside
  • Monitor the dressing at least twice a day for signs of complications including foul smell, discharge seeping through, movement of the dressing from original site, swelling above or below the bandage and damage of the dressing.
  • If your pet becomes seems distressed by the dressing or has a reduction in appetite or signs of lethargy contact your veterinary practice immediately.