DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel

MEDA Pharma GmbH & Co. KG

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Dermatix® Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel

 
Ingredients: Cyclic and polymeric siloxanes, vitamin C ester.
 
DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel Application:
Prevention and treatment of hypertrophic scars and keloids after the wound has healed
(i.e. with an intact/closed skin surface).
 
DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel  Hints:
Do not use on open wounds, mucous membranes, near the eyes, on otherwise treated skin areas without medical advice.
Will stain clothing if not fully dried. If redness, pain or skin irritation occurs, discontinue therapy and consult a doctor/pharmacist
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For external use only; inaccessible for children store.
Do not store above 25°C.
Silicone gel for scar treatment.

Silicone gel to be applied externally to the skin to prevent and reduce excessive scarring in freshly healed wounds.

What is DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel?
Dermatix ® Ultra is a silicone gel to be used on the skin. It is invisible and dries quickly. During the treatment of scars resulting from operations, burns and injuries, it helps to maintain the skin's moisture balance.

Dermatix ® Ultra has been shown to flatten, soften and smooth scars. It reduces pain, itching and scar discomfort as well as scar-related redness.
Dermatix ® Ultra is a light, non-greasy gel that can be easily applied to all areas of the skin, including the face, joints and other parts of the body that are heavily stressed by movement. It dries quickly to form an invisible film and leaves the skin feeling clean and silky.

Dermatix ® Ultra was developed using essentially the same long chain polymers used in silicone gel topical sheets. It is available as a gel in a tube. The gel contains cyclic and polymeric siloxanes and vitamin C esters and is available in 6g, 15g and 60g tubes.*

When should Dermatix ® Ultra, DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel be used?
Dermatix ® Ultra is used for the prevention and treatment of bulging scars (keloids) and excessive scarring (hypertrophic scars) such as B. arise during general surgical procedures, traumatic injuries and after burns.

The gel is ideally applied to the intact (closed) skin surface immediately after the wound has healed. It can also be used on healing, red keloids.

Scar formation can often take up to two years after the wound is closed.

How is DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel applied?
Before using the 60 g tube for the first time, please remove the foil from the opening of the tube. For the smaller tube sizes, please carefully cut off the tip of the tube. Clean the area of ​​skin to be treated and then pat dry. Dermatix ® Ultra should only be used on clean and dry skin. Gently apply a small amount of Dermatix ® Ultra to the scar. Wipe off excess gel with a lint-free cloth to avoid soiling clothing. Cosmetics and make-up can easily be applied over the scar treated with Dermatix ® Ultra after it has completely dried.

Use Dermatix ® Ultra twice a day for at least two months. In the case of scars that are difficult to treat, a longer treatment period may be necessary. Dermatix ® Ultra is also suitable for children.

When should Dermatix ® Ultra not be used?

  • Dermatix ® Ultra should not be applied to open or fresh wounds:
  • Dermatix ® Ultra should not be applied to mucous membranes or near the eyes.
  • Dermatix ® Ultra should not be applied to otherwise treated skin without medical advice.

Can side effects occur with DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel?
In rare cases, redness, pain or skin irritation may occur.

If you experience these or other unwanted reactions, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

How should DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel be stored?
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not store above 25°C and keep away from heat sources.
Do not use the gel after the expiration date printed on the pack.

Status of DERMATIX Ultra Gel, scar treatment gel, Silicone gel information:
September 2008