Dermatix C: Treatment For Scars

If you suffer from scarrring, then you may want to know more about Dermatix C Gel, an improved formula silicone gel treatment for scars that has been shown to reduce the appearance of visible scars by as much as 70%.

Dermatix C is an improved formulation based on the proven properties of Dermatix silicone gel. It contains silicone along with ester C, a stable form of Vitamin C. The silicone used is dimethicone (99.5%). In clinical studies, dimethicone has been shown to flatten, soften and smooth scars; relieve the itching and discomfort of scars as well as reduce the redness and discoloration associated with them. Ester C is available as ascorbyl tetra-isopalmitate (0.5%), a lipid-soluble, non-acidic, and stable form of vitamin C, making it very bioavailable to the skin’s cells. Ascorbyl tetra-Iiopalmitate provides powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and promotes the healing of scar tissue (by aiding in the stimulation of normal collagen synthesis).

Together, the components deliver a soft, smooth and silky gel with skin protective and reconstructive properties. Dermatix C has been shown to improve the appearance of recent or old scars of any origin. In addition, it prevents the development of abnormal scars. Clinical studies have shown silicone to demonstrate positive effects on scar prevention and treatment, as much as a 70% reduction.

Dermatix C Advantages

Compared to traditional silicone sheets, Dermatix C silicone gel is transparent, odorless, colorless, dries quickly and may be applied to any part of the body including the face, breasts and joints. It is suitable for all types of skin, all ages and tolerates makeup, making it an excellent choice in preventing and treating scars that result from:

  • Surgery
  • Cosmetic surgery
  • Dermabrasion or laser treatment
  • Burns or wounds
  • Skin problems such as those stemming from chickenpox
  • Acne.

How To Use Dermatix C
Regular use of Dermatix C should result in a reduction of itching and discomfort after four or five weeks. At least two months of continuous treatment (about a 15g tube) should deliver significant improvement in the appearance of the scar.


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