Diabetic wounds pose a significant social and economic burden to healthcare systems globally. Film dressings have been known to aid the healing of diabetic foot ulcers by creating a clean, moist wound environment. This study aims to investigate the efficacy of Wondaleaf Adehesive Pouch (WLAP) and Wondaleaf Flat Dressing in wounds in patients with diabetes. This study recruited patients with diabetic wounds from the Wound Care Unit, Kuala Lumpur General Hospital. Wondaleaf Flat Dressing and WLAP were used in the management of the diabetic wounds. We recruited 30 patients and, in all but one case, the diabetic wounds showed either improvement or total healing. This study suggests that WLAP and Wondaleaf Flat Dressing were effective in wound healing in patients with diabetes, as it served as a barrier to help prevent contamination. However, as this is a small-scale, single-centre study, further studies are required to support these findings.