Quickly diminish the appearance of your scars and reclaim your confidence with BodySil Silicone Scar Gel.
Scientifically recommended as the first-line scar treatment, the Bodysil Silicone Scar Gel has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of scars, through reducing the size, re-hydrating the skin and lightening the skin tone.
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From deep down in the skin our bodies start to produce extra collagen fibres to repair the wound. This causes a build-up of collagen around the healed wound often resulting in raised red surface.
Ideal scar management results in a minimising of the height, thickness and or discolouration of the scar, thus helping flatten, smooth and blend the scar with the surrounding skin, making it far less noticeable.
How Does Silicone Gel Improve Scarring?
There are multiple treatments for scars, however, clinical tests have shown that silicone is the best possible product to use to change the appearance of a scar. It helps keep the scar flat and reduces the redness.
Although Bio Oils and Vitamin E Cream can sometimes help hydrate the skin and reduce scar appearance. Silicone Scar Gels have been clinically-proven to possess anti-scarring properties, such as:
Breaking down excess collagen to flatten clear skin
Reduces itching and discomfort
Nourishing your skin
Protects from pollutants
Silicone-based products have been rigorously tested and recommended by skin experts around the world as the best non-invasive scar treatments.
What types of scars exist?
Keloid Scars: Keloid scars happen when the healing process is overly aggressive. They are thicker and rounder than normal scars and are caused by irregular clusters of scar tissue that develop in the layer of skin around the wound. These scars are often more noticeable than regular scars, darker in colour, larger in surface area and more textured.
Contracture scars: Contracture scars happen when a large amount of skin has been removed. This causes the scar to protrude deeper than usual and tighten the skin around the area. This can sometimes subsequently affect the muscles, tendons and joints surrounding the scar site. Contracture scars often accumulate after a serious burn.
Hypertrophic scars: Similar to Keloids, Hypertrophic scars are usually red and raised, however, the build-up of scar tissue is contained and does not go beyond the initial wound site. These scars usually develop within weeks of the injury however can take up to a year or more to heal.
Acne Scars: As the name suggests, Acne scars develop from persistent acne that damages the skin’s surface. They can range from red marks to deep, angular indents.