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SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL

Anti-scar, anti-mark silicone gel.
Healing, repairing and hydrating action.
Surgical and daily scars.
15g

BENEFITS

Laboratoires FILLMED, with its renowned expertise and continuous research into finding skin quality solutions, have developed SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL, a dermatological and medical device suitable for post-procedure treatments, for a successful wound healing and scar appearance improvement.

A new semi-occlusive gel with 3 targeted actions :
1/ Promotes healing
2/ Prevents scar formation
3/ Preserves skin barrier & moist

A fine tip to apply precisely the SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL preservative-free formula, with hydrating and repairing active ingredients in high-doses.

Active Ingredients

Silicone complex 53%: forms a semi-occlusive film to reduce water loss and maintain a moist healing environment. Reduces redness and tightness.

Hydrating & moisturizing complex: maintains a moist healing environment, that immediately soothes and leaves the skin supple.

Repairing complex: scar repair 7 times faster*, by stimulating the growth of beneficial flora. Forms a protective film that inhibits the adhesion of pathogenic strains of bacteria.

*Ex-vivo study on the repairing active ingredient vs. untreated skin.

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How to use?

Apply a generous amount of SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL morning and evening on the scar, and massage with the following gestures:

STEP 1 : Press down on the scar, then make circular motions.
STEP 2 : Using the same technique, move from top to bottom and bottom to top…
STEP 3 : Repeat, from left to right and vice versa.
STEP 4 : Place your fingers on either side. Gently pinch and lift to separate the skin from the tissue and muscles.
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Clinical Results
- 0%
POST-BURNS
- 0%
POST-RADIODERMATITIS
- 0%
POST-THYROIDECTOMY
- 0%
POST-RADIODERMATITIS



POSAS SCORE*
Visible result measured by clinical scoring **





SCAR REDNESS
Visible result measured by clinical scoring **


* Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale : scale to measure the quality of scar tissue. Double assessment by the patient and the observer on pain, itching, color, rigidity, thickness, irregularity and surface.
** Clinical investigation on 29 patients for 30 days, SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL applied twice a day, patients split into 3 groups – burns, radiodermatitis, post-thyroidectomy.
Active Ingredients

Silicone complex 53%: forms a semi-occlusive film to reduce water loss and maintain a moist healing environment. Reduces redness and tightness.

Hydrating & moisturizing complex: maintains a moist healing environment, that immediately soothes and leaves the skin supple.

Repairing complex: scar repair 7 times faster*, by stimulating the growth of beneficial flora. Forms a protective film that inhibits the adhesion of pathogenic strains of bacteria.

*Ex-vivo study on the repairing active ingredient vs. untreated skin.

SI-REPAIR_AMBIANCE_TEXTURE_RGB-1021-V2-WEB
How to use?

Apply a generous amount of SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL morning and evening on the scar, and massage with the following gestures:

STEP 1 : Press down on the scar, then make circular motions.
STEP 2 : Using the same technique, move from top to bottom and bottom to top…
STEP 3 : Repeat, from left to right and vice versa.
STEP 4 : Place your fingers on either side. Gently pinch and lift to separate the skin from the tissue and muscles.
925x447-SI-REPAIR-SCAR-HAND-ST-PRODUCT-PAGE-FM-RGB-0122-WEB
Clinical Results
- 0%
POST-BURNS
- 0%
POST-RADIODERMATITIS
- 0%
POST-THYROIDECTOMY
- 0%
POST-RADIODERMATITIS



POSAS SCORE*
Visible result measured by clinical scoring **





SCAR REDNESS
Visible result measured by clinical scoring **


* Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale : scale to measure the quality of scar tissue. Double assessment by the patient and the observer on pain, itching, color, rigidity, thickness, irregularity and surface.
** Clinical investigation on 29 patients for 30 days, SI-REPAIR SCAR GEL applied twice a day, patients split into 3 groups – burns, radiodermatitis, post-thyroidectomy.

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