How to Properly Use Silicone Gel for Scar Repair
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How to Properly Use Silicone Gel for Scar Repair

In daily life, scars can be a persistent worry. From sports abrasions and post-surgical scars to everyday bumps and burns, these scars not only tend to proliferate but can also be unsightly, especially on the face, arms, or legs. A scar on the neck might make a short haircut a distant dream, and facial scars often require editing out in photos, which is time-consuming and can impact self-confidence and morale. Both men and women look for ways to tackle these scars.

The Sooner You Treat, The Faster They Fade

The Principle of Scar Repair

Scar repair silicone gel is a topical treatment for scars. It dries quickly after application, helping to manage scars caused by surgery, burns, and other injuries through occlusion and hydration. It is suitable for all areas, including the face, joints, and body curves.

Silicone gel for scar repair is used on healed wounds and undamaged skin to improve hypertrophic scars and keloids (scars caused by general surgery, trauma, and burns).

The 180-Day Golden Repair Period

Timing is crucial in scar repair. Don’t miss the golden repair period, which aligns with the body’s natural cell regeneration cycle. The renewal cycle for skin cells is generally about 28 days.

How Does the Repair Gel Work?

The gel forms a protective layer on the wound's surface, helping to keep the skin hydrated and allowing the skin tissue to reorganize normally. This reduces excessive collagen production, which can lead to skin hardening and fibrosis.

What Types of Scars Can It Improve?

This product helps improve hypertrophic scars and keloids caused by burns, general surgery, and trauma. It is not for use on unhealed wounds.

When to Use the Repair Gel?

Start using BAK’s scar gel after the stitches are removed or when the wound has healed. It is not suitable for unhealed wounds.

How to Lighten Scars?

When skin is damaged, the body sends more white blood cells to the wound to fight bacteria, causing the skin to darken or turn red. Once the bacteria are eliminated, the number of white blood cells and the skin color return to normal.

The gel quickly dries to form a breathable, elastic, waterproof film. This film attaches to the stratum corneum (dead epidermal cells) and provides a protective barrier against chemical, physical, and microbial invasion while promoting hydration. This environment aids scar maturation and effectively improves the physiological and cosmetic appearance of the scar by regulating the collagen synthesis cycle.

The Promising Market for Silicone Gel for Scar Repair

As people become more conscious of their appearance and aesthetic awareness increases, the demand for scar repair products continues to grow. Whether dealing with post-surgical scars or blemishes on the face or other body parts, silicone gel for scar repair has shown excellent efficacy, meeting consumers' desire for beauty. Consequently, the growing market demand will drive further development of silicone gel for scar repair.

To stand out in the competitive market, JIAHE continues to innovate in research and development and enhance quality. By constantly improving product performance and optimizing material formulations, we offer a variety of scar repair silicone gels in different types and specifications to meet diverse consumer needs. Contact us for samples.

Huizhou Jiahe Cube Technology Co., LTD., founded in 2002, is a diversified intelligent enterprise integrating product research and development, production and sales.



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