Anscare Scar Reduction Silicone Gel C+ is a self-drying, transparent silicone gel that can be simply spread on to any scarred parts regardless of size or shape. The silicone gel facilitates an increase in water retention of the skin and regulates collagen stacking. It also provides a stable surface electrostatic field which allows collagens to be rearranged. The formation of bFGF induced by silicone gel can prevent abnormal distribution of fibroblasts and promotes collagen fibers to align. Effectively improves the appearance of scars and prevents abnormal scar formation.
Benefits of Silicone for Scar Management
- Safe for long-term use: Oil-free nourishing ingredients maintain water balance and a soft skin touch. Suitable for long-term repeated use without side effects. Reduces itching and discomfort associated with scars.
- Self-drying, feels natural: Small molecular silicone ingredients easily penetrate the skin texture to repair scar tissue. A transparent, thin film forms after drying to seamlessly cover the scarred area. No foreign body sensation; dispenses with the need to wear make-up immediately after applying gel.
- Convenient for wide applications: Ideal for most parts of the body, including joints and injured sites covered by hair. Simply spread on any scarred parts regardless of size or shape.
Scar Repairing Procedure
Instruction for Use
Clean and wipe the scar to be treated
Squeeze out proper amount of silicone gel and spread over the scar surface
Gently smear in one direction
- Not for oral intake; external use only
- Do not apply over eyes or mucous membranes
- Do not apply to open wounds or infected sites
- If the injured site is being treated by a physician, follow physician’s directions for using silicone gel
- If redness, itch, pain or irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a physician immediately
- Keep out of reach of children
- Silicone gel can be cleaned out with a gentle or basic, plain skin cleanser
|Composition||Polysiloxane, Vitamin C ester|
|Application||Helps prevent and treat keloid or hypertrophic scars caused by surgery, trauma, burns (External Use Only)|