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TRE Seal

TRE Seal

TRE Seal

Dansac TRE™ seal and NovaLife TRE™ barrier feature innovative TRE™ technology. 

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When it comes to peristomal skin, there is no such thing as too much protection.

With three levels of protection, Dansac TRE™ products are designed to help protect peristomal skin and keep it naturally healthy.

Skin naturally has a slightly acidic pH level, or acid mantle. Protecting this environment is very important, since it supports the skin’s integrity and antimicrobial properties. Stoma fluids are pH neutral and rich in digestive enzymes. When these enzymes come into contact with healthy peristomal skin, they digest the outermost layer of the epidermis, leading to peristomal skin complications (PSCs).


PSCs are frequent in ostomy care and have a significant impact on patients' quality of life. Traditionally, PSCs have been managed reactively – after they occur. But what if there were stoma care products that could proactively protect peristomal skin and keep it naturally healthy?

TRE™ pH buffering technology

Proprietary formulation is designed to maintain the slightly acidic pH level of healthy skin, supporting an environment that is friendly for the skin—and unfriendly to the digestive enzymes, helping stop them in their tracks.

  • A buffered solution will resist changes to pH levels when challenged.
  • Changes in pH caused by factors such as stoma output or perspiration can weaken a healthy acid mantle.
  • If the acid mantle is weakened the skin may become more prone to skin damage and infection.
  • TRE™ technology is designed to effectively maintain the pH level of healthy skin and protect the skin from exposure to changes in pH.

Learn more about skin and pH buffering

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Three levels of protection for Healthy Skin

TRE™ technology takes skin protection to another level — three to be exact. And when it comes to peristomal skin, there is no such thing as too much protection.