Effects Of Scars

Physical Complications1,2

Itching | Stiffness  | Contractures | Tenderness  | Pain

Psychological Effects1,2

Poor Self-esteem | Stigmatisation |
Disruption In Daily Activities | Depression | Anxiety

 

 

DEVELOPED USING STATE-OF-THE-ART

SILICONE POLYMER TECHNOLOGY

TREATING SCARS WITH PROVEN SCIENCE

A silicone gel based formulation using CPX Technology to
soften and reduce the visibility of surgical scars. This
formulation is ideal for usage on hypertrophic scars and
keloids8,9.

How To Use Dermatix® Ultra?

Start treatment once the wound has closed

The Key To Optimal Scar Healing

is occlusion and hydration

Early Treatment With Dermatix® Ultra Gel Achieves Optimal Results4

  • Clinically proven
  • Non-oily, quick-drying formula
  • Easy to apply
  • Durability and wash-off resistance
  • Compatible with sunscreen and cosmetics
  • Reduced scar height in 2 to 6 months*3
  • 78.5% success rate in softening and diminishing hypertrophic and keloid scars8,9

References:
1. Bayat A, et al. Skin scarring. BMJ 2003;326:88-92. 2. Monstrey S, et al. Updated scar management practical guidelines: non invasive measures. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 2014; 67(8): 1017- 25. 3.Yun IS, Yoo HS, Kim YO, Rah DK. Improved scar appearance with combined use of silicone gel and vitamin C for Asian patients: A comparative case series. Aesth Plast Surg. 2013;37:1176-81. 4.Dermatix® Ultra Package Insert. 5.Mustoe TA. Evolution of silicone therapy and mechanism of action in scar management. Aesth Plast Surg. 2008:32:82-92. 6.Farris PK. Topical vitamin C: a useful agent for treating photoaging and other dermatologic conditions. Dermatol Surg. 2005 Jul;31(7 Pt 2): 814-7; discussion 818. 8. Fulton JE. Silicone gel sheeting for the prevention and management of evolving hypertrophic and keloid scars. Dermatol Surg 1995;21:947-951. 9-Mercer NSG. Silicone gel in the treatment of keloid scars. Br J Plastic Surg. 1989;42:82-87.

*versus no treatment