SilDerm Scar Gel
New For The Treatment and Prevention of Red Raised Scars, Old or New.
Clinically proven to flatten and reduce the redness of scars.
Recommended by Physicians around the world.
What is SilDerm™ Scar Gel?
SilDerm™ Scar Gel have a unique blend of naturally occurring silicones. Silicone has been clinically proven in numerous studies to reduce the redness of scars, flatten scars and minimise the pain and itchiness2, 3. SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray silicone ingredients works and Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists support the use of silicone in the management of scars. SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray is an easy to apply product that dries quickly to form a barrier that helps heal the scar.
Why is SilDerm™ Scar Gel used by Physicians?
SilDerm™ Scar Gel has a unique blend of naturally occurring silicones. Silicone has been clinically proven in numerous studies to reduce the redness of scars, flatten scars and minimise the pain and itchiness2, 3. SilDerm™ Scar Gel silicone ingredients works and Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists support the use of silicone in the management of scars. SilDerm™ Scar Gel is an easy to apply product that dries quickly to form a barrier that helps heal the scar.
How Scars are Formed?
Scars are usually formed from a trauma or injury. This can be the result of surgery, a burn or an accident. Anything that causes the skin to break will cause a scar, and in some people the scars will get better. In a large proportion of people, the scars will remain red and raised and these need to be treated with a safe effective product that is clinically proven to work.
Some people heal slower than others and they are more likely to get scars. If the scar is still red and raised after 2 weeks then SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray should be used to reduce the redness and flatten the scars.
If you know that you scar easily or have a family member that scars then you should use SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray as soon as the skin has healed. Early use has been clinically proven to prevent scar formation1.
What should I expect with SilDerm™ Scar Gel?
SilDerm™ Scar Gel& Spray will take about three months to work, on the majority of scars but some results should be seen after about two weeks. The scar will flatten and the redness start to get lighter. The larger the scar, or the older the scar, the longer it will take so keep using SilDerm™ Scar Gel& Spray until you stop seeing an improvement.
Will SilDerm™ Scar Gel work on old scars?
There is good evidence that SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray are effective against old scars, sometimes up to 20 years old. If the scar is red and raised then you should try SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray. If it is flat, indented or white rather than red and raised, then SilDerm™ Scar Gel & Spray will have little effect.
How long should I use SilDerm™ Scar Gel?
You should use SilDerm™ Scar Gel for a minimum of 3 months, or until you stop seeing an improvement. Larger scars, burn scars and older scars may take longer.
How much SilDerm™ Scar Gel should I use?
SilDerm™ Scar Gel is most effective when a thin layer is applied over the scar. This will ensure that the scar is healed as quickly as possible and dries quickly.
Tips to improve your scars
- All scars get worse in the sun. Stay out of the sun if you have a scar or cover the scar.
- As well as using SilDerm™ Scar Gel, massage the scar with a simple moisturising cream. Use a simple cream with no perfumes or additives in.
- Don’t massage SilDerm™ Scar Gel into the area. Apply a thin layer and leave it to dry.
- If you have a history of scarring then use SilDerm™ Scar Gel as soon as the wound has healed. Early use of SilDerm™ Scar Gel has been proven to reduce the chance of scars developing by up to 60%5.
- If you think that you have a Keloid scar then speak to a Dermatologist, Plastic Surgeon or Scar Specialist, who will advise the best combination treatments to use with SilDerm™ Scar Gel.
- Fulton JE., Jr Silicone gel sheeting for the prevention and management of evolving hypertrophic and keloid scars. Dermatol Surg. 1995;21:947–51.
- Mustoe TA, et al. International clinical recommendations on scar management. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2002;110:560–71.
- Durani P, Bayat A. Levels of evidence for the treatment of keloid disease. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2008;61:4–17.
- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery September 15, 2005;Volume 116;Issue 4;pp: 1013-1020; A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind, Prospective Clinical Trial of Silicone Gel in Prevention of Hypertrophic Scar Development in Median Sternotomy Wound
- Dermatol Surg. 2001 Jul;27(7):641-4.;Prevention of hypertrophic scars and keloids by the prophylactic use of topical silicone gel sheets following a surgical procedure in an office setting.