Description of Dermatix Silicone Sheet Fabric 13x13cm
Dermatix® Silicone Sheet [Clear and Fabric] are breathable and washable adhesive sheets made using advanced novel silicones.
With a silky fabric backing for optimal comfort and convenience under clothing.
Use of Dermatix Silicone Sheet Fabric 13x13cm
Consistent use of Dermatix® Silicone Sheet [Clear or Fabric] can reduce existing prominent immature hypertrophic scars and keloids or prevent similar newly forming scars whilst helping to reduce their pain, itchiness, redness or height.
STEP 1: Remove the product from its package. If necessary, use scissors to trim the product to size. It should extend slightly beyond the area of the scar. STEP 2: Peel away the paper protective liner and save it for later use. Place the product “sticky side” down, directly on the scarred area. Keep the product in place for at least 12 hours and up to 23 hours per day. STEP 3: At least once a day, wash the scarred area and both sides of the product with mild soap and water. Do not use a soap that contains moisturizers, lotions, or oils. A plain basic soap is recommended. Rinse the product thoroughly to remove all traces of soap. Allow the product to air dry or pat it dry with a lint-free towel before reapplying. Between uses, store the product on the paper protective liner.
Side effects of Dermatix Silicone Sheet Fabric 13x13cm
As with any topical material applied directly to the skin’s surface, some type of reaction (usually a sweat rash) is possible. Stop using the product if you have a reaction. After your skin has returned to normal, you may reapply the product for short periods and gradually increase the hours of usage. Monitor the scarred area for signs of reaction. Continue to increase the wearing time until a comfortable maximum has been reached. If you continue to have a problem, stop use and consult your physician.
For external use only. Do not use creams, lotions or ointments with this product as they may interfere with the performance of the product and/or cause skin irritation.