- Boxed-product Weight: 68 g
- Item Model Number: 66250707EA
- ASIN: B000O60VFY
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 10 May 2018
- Customer Reviews: 344 customer ratings
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- #418 in Medication
Cica-Care Silicone Gel Sheeting 12cm X 15cm
- Reduces appearance of scars
- 4 3/4" X 6" (12 x 15 cm)
- Widely used by hospitals, dermatologists, and surgeons
- For management of both new and existing hypertrophic and keloid scars.
- Cleanable and reusable for up to 28 days
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Self-adhesive, durable silicone sheet. For management of both new and existing hypertrophic and keloid scars. Conformable, reusable, cost-effective, and easy to use. Thinner and more flexible than the original dressing. Sterile.
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Este producto de Cica-Care Silicone Gel Sheeting funciona muy bien y la atención fue adecuada.
My scars are about 8 years old now. The scars I have are lighter than the surrounding skin, and raised. The texture of the scars alone made them stand out. I knew my scars were not fresh, but I decided to give it a try anyway. I cut my sheet into 6 squares, and have been using one single square for a few weeks now. For the first two weeks, I was only using the sheet at night when I went to bed. I saw slight improvement, but very minimal. I decided to then wear it for as long as I can. This is when I began to notice greater improvement. The scars are still visible, but definitely not as obvious as they once were. They are not as discolored as they were before. I was most impressed in the improvement of texture. The scar tissue has smoothed out, and they are less raised. Currently, I only remove the sheet when I shower or when I rinse it off. They're still quite sticky, but not as sticky as they were when I first received them.
Here are a few tips:
-Keep plastic backing of sheet to store sheet on when not in use.
-Avoid peeling and readjusting the sheet on your skin as much as you can as it can cause the sheet to wear out faster.
-When dirty, rinse with lukewarm water. Use soap to remove debris (a soap bar works well).
-Allow to air dry in a dust-free area for a few minutes before reapplying. Avoid drying with towels as the fibers will get stuck onto the sheet.
-Wash and dry area of skin before applying sheet to it.
-Avoid creating air bubbles when applying sheet. Air bubbles minimize contact with skin, making treatment less effective.