Scar FX Silicone Sheet 3.75 cm x 7.5cm 1 Sheet Pack
Scars are inevitable, some are more noticeable than others. They can come in all shapes and sizes but most people who have them want to minimise the appearance of them. Scar FX Silicone Scar Sheet was developed with the different scar types in mind. A non-medical answer to reducing the appearance, size, height, thickness, and colour of scars on all skin types. Formulated with medical grade silicone, it works well regardless of the age of the scar. It can be used on all types of post-surgery scars, hypertrophic and keloid scars as well as other scars caused by injury, trauma, and burns. Ideal to use on parts of the body that contours and bends, like the face and joints, because it easily follows the curves. Most other silicone gel products for scars only contain silicone bases. Scar FX is different with additional ingredients to help scar treatment such as Emu Oil, Squalene and Vitamin C.
Helps improve on the appearance of the scars
Offers 80% success rate
You can use it on body parts that contours or bends -- like face and joints because it easily adheres to curves
You can use it on almost all types of scars -- post-surgery scars, hypertrophic and keloid scars
- Recommended by dermatologists and plastic surgeons worldwide
- Made of self-adhering, medical silicone grade
- Re-usable so it is economical
- One reusable piece can last up to the entire duration of your scar support
- For best results, use it together with Scar Esthetique Cream.
What are the types of scars that it can Help treat?
Keloid Scars, Hypertrophic Scars, Surgical Scars, Traumatic Scars, Burns.
A silicon sheet you can pop onto any type of scar. The sheet means you can easily trim to suit the size of your scar.
How to use for best results?
Clean and dry the affected area then apply the Scar FX Silicone Sheet.
Are there any Warnings and Precautions?
Avoid contact with clothing and other textiles as silicone is not water soluble and may result in staining. For external use only. Keep out of your eyes. Do not use on open wounds. If irritation occurs or a rash appears, discontinue use and consult a physician.