How it works

Silicone-based products have been widely used for the management of hypertrophic scarring and keloids since the early 1980s. The use of silicone is well established and considered to be the ‘gold standard’. Nourisil™ MD scar treatment contains 5 types of silicone.

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Nourisil MD Silicone Scar Gel

Research

When the skin is wounded, the tissues break, which causes a protein called collagen to be released. Collagen builds up where the tissue is damaged, helping to heal and strengthen the wound.

New collagen continues forming for several months and the blood supply increases, causing the scar to become red, raised and lumpy.

Silicone gel, such as Nourisil MD, can be used on healing skin (not open wounds) to help soften and flatten a scar. They can also relieve itching and discomfort.

To be effective, silicone gel should be placed over the scar for 12 hours a day for at least three months.

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FAQs

  • How does Nourisil™ MD scar treatment work?

    When the skin is wounded, the tissues break, which causes a protein called collagen to be released. Collagen builds up where the tissue is damaged, helping to heal and strengthen the wound. New collagen continues forming for several months and the blood supply increases, causing the scar to become red, raised and lumpy. Silicone gel, such as Nourisil MD scar treatment, can be used on healing skin (not open wounds) to help soften and flatten a scar. They can also relieve itching and discomfort.

  • What kind of scars can Nourisil™ MD scar treatment be used for?

    Nourisil™ MD scar treatment has been designed for the treatment and prevention of hypertrophic and keloid scars which result from medical and cosmetic surgery, wounds, trauma or burns.

  • Is Nourisil™ MD scar treatment guaranteed to work for my scar?

    No product can guarantee success however Nourisil™ MD scar treatment contains ingredients which have been proven to be successful in helping treat and prevent hypertrophic and keloid scars.

  • What are the ingredients?

    Cyclopentasiloxane, Caprylyl methicone, Tocopheryl acetate, Dimethicone crosspolymer, PEG-12 Dimethicone/PPG-20 crosspolymer, Polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate, Dimethicone

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