Silicone scar sheets shrink, flatten and fade old and new scars
Minimizes the formation of new scars
Latex and drug-free sheets are reusable, washable and self-adhesive
Suggested Age: 1 Year and Up
Health Facts: Latex-free
Product Form: Patch
Primary Active Ingredient: Silicone
Item Number (DPCI): 245-07-0834
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Safely and effectively reduce or prevent scars with the help of ScarAway Scar Treatment Sheets. These self-adhesive, silicone scar sheets allow you to cover scar tissue for the purpose of shrinking, flattening and fading the scars. These scar sheets can also alleviate the itching and discomfort associated with healing scars. The eight-count box provides you with a full eight-week supply.
HG status for reducing scar visibility. Insanely effective and I donât know what Iâd do without these, Iâve been using them for years to prevent scars (lots of unfortunate kitchen injuries over here lol). The most important thing with these is consistency and patience. You have to make sure to wear it every single day for as long as possible (min 8 hours, but I honestly leave it on all day and overnight). Depending on the age/depth/size of the wound, sometimes it takes several months to really take effect, but itâs totally worth it and such an easy way to prevent scarring. It looks like a fabric bandage when itâs on your skin, so itâs not super obvious, and they fit nicely under clothes if thatâs where your wound is located. I have always used these as early as possible; when a wound has just closed up is when I start wearing them. These have flattened what would have turned into raised scars for me. Theyâve dramatically lightened several scars, including a bone-deep wound on my shin that is now only slightly darker than my skin tone after wearing a scar sheet every day for the last 6 months (I still wear it every day/night and I literally notice it lightening in color every single month, as itâs still healing over since it was so deep.) I also used these on a milder puncture wound for about 3 months, and you literally canât see a scar at all now, itâs truly disappeared 100%. I actually found out about these from my plastic surgeon, who recommended them after a surgery to effectively reduce any chance of scarring. Itâs about $20 for a box but the strips can be cut down to size (make sure to use a sharp scissor so the fabric doesnât tear) depending on the size of your wound/scar, so I find a box lasts a long time! You can also wash the strips with water and non-moisturizing soap when they start to lose their stickiness, let them air dry (I just stick it on my shower wall for a few hours) and they will regain their stickiness right back! Usually one cut-to-size piece will last me several months if I take good care of it, so the box really does last a long time. Iâd give these 100 stars if I could, theyâre that good!!!!
This helps fade scars if too u use them super consistently and donât wait to long after itâs healed. The scar I used this on looks less noticeable then my other scars. It sadly doesnât work on old scars very well though and itâs not the cheapest thing.
I hate to call these a scam because that's a bit far fetched, but they market these as reusable and they are not. Twice already when using the strip the second time it will not stay on. The first use is great. The second use is terrible. How can they say reusable up to 14 days and after the 1st use it won't stick anymore. Terrible marketing and turns out to be very expensive if a strip can only be used one.
1 reply from From the Supplier team - 1 month ago
Hi, thank you for contacting us. The ScarAway sheets need to be washed with a soap that does not contain any moisturizers such as Dawn original dish soap and left to air dry after each use to adhere properly the next time they are used. We' re sorry to hear that there was an issue associated with the use of our product. Please contact us at the telephone number on the back of the product and reference case # 1170391 and we will address this issue immediately. We take customer service concerns very seriously and are committed to providing our customers with high quality products.
I use these scar pads after a surgery and I like them. I like that you could wash them and reuse them. My only complaint is that they're not super sticky and they roll up a lot. You're going to lose them and find them rolled up all over. Also your dog will eat them!
I developed a keloid on my elbow and my dermatologist recommended that I place silicone sheets on it. Unfortunately, this product did not reduce the size of my keloid scar after 6 months of daily use. It did help protect the scar from bumping and further irritation, so I gave it 3 stars.