Why Use Vaseline After Mohs Surgery? Does It Keep the Wound "Soft" and Healing Better?
I have been advised after biopsies and Mohs surgery to use a thin layer of vaseline on the wound, but I have never understood why. Does is protect the wound or does it help the wound heal by keeping the area "soft" and therefore more comfortable for the patient (I mean with less itching or stretching).
How to Care for Wounds After Biopsies or Surgeries
Vaseline and ointments after surgery
Let it scab is an old wives tale.
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