Question about isododecane and Urea.
Hello, I produce a wound salve for horses. The solution gently dissolves excessive, disfiguring tissue granulation while providing a healthy wound bed, and fast wound contraction. It’s a water soluble solution. I don’t want to add any petroleum products to the compound. It’s made with activated charcoal, and also contains alum among other ingredients. I plan to add isododecane to soften and improve the hard texture of the product. I would also like to add urea for the wound healing properties. Will urea change the texture? I’m adding isododecane, to improve spreadability.
Do I add Urea powder to the mix with nothing else? Is it reactive with other ingredients like copper sulfate, or alum? The mix I produce is non-caustic to healthy tissue on horses. It’s too strong for humans, of course. I think the urea will help. What do you think?
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