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Dermatix® Advance
For everyday scars
Dermatix® Advance
  • Advanced scar formula
  • Lightens, softens, flattens scars
  • With Vitamin C Ester for enhanced lightening

Ideal for different types of scars

A silicone gel with innovative CX5 technology which lightens, softens and flattens your scars. The vitamin C provides protection against harmful rays, thus allowing scars to heal over time. You will feel a non-greasy, soft and silky texture after every use. With regular usage, your scars will soften over time.

Dermatix advance

Say Goodbye To Scars In Just 3 Simple Steps

  • 1
    Clean the affected area with mild soap and water. Pat dry.
  • 2
    Apply a small pea sized at the tip of the scar and gently spread thinly over the whole affected area. A small pea size amount is sufficient to cover a 6-inch scar.
  • 3
    Allow to dry for about 1 - 2 minutes. Once dried, Dermatix Advance may be covered with cosmetics or sunscreen.


  • Lightens scars
  • Protects against UVA & UVB
  • Non-irritating neutral PH
  • Flattens & softens scars
  • Quick drying formula
  • Leaves soft, silky feel  
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