What product is best for my scar?
All of our products are based on medical grade silicone which has been clinically proven to improve scar healing.
Since everyday life looks different for different people, we want to offer a wide range of products to be able to offer scar treatment regardless of lifestyle.
Below is a guide that can help you find the best treatment for your scar:
Improscar Stick 50
Silicone based product in the form of a stick, with Broad Spectrum SPF 50.
– Unique product that combines a high silicone content with a high sunscreen factor to reduce the risk for hyperpigmentation of the scar.
– Perfect choice if your scar is situated on visible areas of the body, e.g. face, neck, arms and legs.
– Our recommendation is to combine Improscar Stick 50, for use during the day, with Improscar Stick for use during the night.
Silicone based product in the form of a stick.
– Good choice if your scar is situated on areas of the body that are normally covered with clothes where no sunscreen is needed.
– Can be used on scars anywhere on the body during the night, when no sunscreen is needed.
– A good choice when our silicone sheet Improscar Patch is not suitable.
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Silicone based product in the form of self adhesive sheets in different shapes and sizes. The product is transparent, thin and flexible.
– Improscar Patch has a strong silicone base adhesive and will stay on the skin for an average of one week.
Perfect if you want to have a discrete and easy one-step application.
– A good choice for scars that are normally covered with clothes where no sunscreen is needed.
– Perfect product to use if you get an allergic reaction from surgical tape.
NOTE! THIS PRODUCT IS NOT SUITABLE IN THE FOLLOWING CASES:
– If you have a very active lifestyle including activities that makes you sweat a lot. This can lead to heat rash on the skin where Improscar Patch is situated due to sweat and heat buildup from the workout.
– If you use a high compression garment and/or pressure foam on top of the scar. This can lead to shearing which can result in blisters.