“We have loved the DuraDerm® product here at Cornell University and have had great success using on our ice hockey players. We first used it on a player with a fungal infection on the back of his hand which was not responding to traditional ointments. We applied DuraDerm® for 5 days after practices and games and it worked great. The fungal infection completely disappeared and has not returned. The product is easy to use, goes on well and dries quickly. We have used on various other wounds and we learned that it actually helped remove a wart from a gymnast as well! I have personally used DuraDerm® myself and love the results. Great product!”

Ed Kelly, Cornell University Head Athletic Hockey Trainer

“After completing my Bone Marrow Transplant, I then developed a staph infection on my face which posed serious risk to my healing. My Dermatologist put me on antibiotics, but the infection did not improve. I switched to DuraDerm® and it provided immediate improvement to my skin. The staph infection was completely gone after 3 days of use.”

Dr. Jim Byrne, Patient

“My son Hunter has been battling recurring skin infections over the past 2 years. He is a very active hockey player and unfortunately this sport makes his skin condition worse due to sweat, moisture and contact with equipment. I have been spending roughly $30 a week on gauze and medication during the season to protect the area, but nothing has worked to improve the infection. We were introduced to DuraDerm® Sport and Hunter started applying it twice a day. DuraDerm® Sport is easy to apply, stays on during competition and seals off the wound. We noticed that the inflammation of the skin went away within the first day and the entire infected area was virtually gone in 5 days. We continue to use it for prevention during competition and at night after his shower.”

Styles Bridges, Parent

DuraDerm SPORT kills on contact

DuraDerm® SPORT Kills on Contact


  • Escherichia coli
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • Staphylococcus aureous
  • MRSA – superbug
  • VRE – superbug
  • Acinetobacter baumannii – superbug
  • Bacillus subtilis
  • Clostridium sporogenes
  • Streptococcus pyogenes


  • Aspergillus niger – superbug
  • T. rubrum
  • Candida albicans
  • D Aspergillus brasiliensis


  • Herpes Simplex 1—cold sores
  • Herpes Zoster—shingles virus