Pro-Sil is unique! It's the only silicone gel glide-on stick (applicator) clinically proven. It's easy to use and is specially designed for you the customer. There are more benefits to using Pro-Sil than any other competitor in the marketplace due to its convenient, easy-to-use glide-on applicator.
Pro-Sil features a patented silicone scar therapy technology from Biodermis. The Pro-Sil stick provides industry leading scar management technology in a convenient, easy-to-use glide-on applicator. Treating your scars to the extra care they need is now easier than ever.
Designed for: Hands & Arms, Face, Neck, Elbows, Feet & Ankles, C- section, Burns, Hypertrophic Scars, Keloids & Prevention, Body Piercing Scars.
4.25g (4-6 week supply)
- Dramatically Reduce Visibility of Scars
- Smooths and softens to Diminish Appearance of Scars and stretch marks
- Great for scars on any part of the body
- Completely Invisible leaving no oily residue on your Skin
- Easy to carry and apply anytime of the day
- Patented scar reduction in a revolutionary stick
- Designed for all scars, including raised (hypertrophic and keloid), flat and burn scars
- No more messy creams or ointments
- Fits conveniently in purse or pocket
- Fragrance and dye free
- Contains silicone, the ONLY proven topical scar treatment ingredient
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE - Pro-Sil
1. Clean and dry the scar site before each application.
2. Apply Pro-Sil liberally over the entire scar.
3. Repeat several times daily for 8-12 weeks or until scar stops responding.
4. To remove, wipe off with a clean cloth or tissue.
5. Recommended storage conditions are 13ºC-35ºC.
The overall optimal period of use is usually 8 to 12 weeks.
How Does it Work?
Scars need an “ideal healing environment,” meaning the appropriate balance of moisture and maximum exposure to oxygen. Pro-Sil is a fully-encapsulating gel formula — it completely covers the scar treatment site for uniform treatment of the entire site. Although the entire site is covered, Pro-Sil is semipermeable when cured, allowing oxygen to enter while keeping excess moisture out — the ideal environment for healing scar tissue.