Silicone Scar Sheets for Use on Cesarean Section Scars

June 21, 2013: Authored by: Alpha Health Asia Staff

Silicone scar sheets have become the leading choice for preventing and reducing Cesarean Section scars. Silicone scar sheets are effective, easy to use and can be used on new or existing scars. Silicone scar sheets have been show to be effective in shrinking, flattening and fading cesarean scars and have numerous advantages over other cesarean scar reduction products.

There are many creams and ointments that claim to reduce the scarring after a Cesarean Section. The problem with a cream or ointment is the multiple applications required- some creams and ointments require application three times (3x) per day for six weeks, while caring for a baby, it is challenging to remember to apply a cream or ointment three times per day. Creams and ointments can also stick to clothing and even stain clothing and rub off.

Silicone scar sheets only need to be applied one time each day and do not stick or stain clothing. A high quality silicone scar sheet can be applied directly to the cesarean scar once the scar has healed, the silicone scar sheet will contour to the body and the cesarean incision. The scar sheet can be washed and reused.

With many silicone scar sheets, the sheet can be worn for up to twelve hours a day and results will begin to be seen within 6-8 days.

Silicone scar sheets are effective, easy to apply and more comfortable during use than any other cesarean scar solution.

Why Scar Clinic Silicone Scar Sheets?
Scar Clinic Silicone scar sheets are FDA approved, are easy to apply and easy to remove. Scar Clinic silicone sheets can be worn under clothes and are reusable for up to two weeks.

Scar Clinic Silicone scar sheets can be applied to new or existing Cesarean Section scars. If applying to a new Cesarean Section scar, Scar Clinic can be used when the skin is healed, meaning there is no oozing coming from the skin.

Scar Clinic Silicone scar sheets act like natural skin to provide a barrier layer over the Cesarean Section scar, the barrier created by the silicone sheet provides hydration to the scar tissue to soften the cesarean scar, the result is that the scar can shrink, ‘flatten’ and fade.


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