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How does Dermatix® Ultra work?

While scars may slow us down, they certainly shouldn’t put limitations on us – our passions, hobbies and active lifestyles. This is especially so, as scars can be lightened, softened and flattened1,2,3 with Dermatix® Ultra. 

Many women have concerns about scar treatments, often asking questions like:

  • Are harsh chemicals involved? 
  • Are there side effects?
  • Will my skin have any adverse reactions?
  • How exactly does Dermatix® Ultra reduce scars?

We’re here to set your mind at ease, so you can get your life back on the fast lane.

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As your body heals your skin after a wound, overproduction of collagen may be triggered due to an increase in water loss through the damaged skin.

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Left unmanaged, the excess collagen will accumulate over the wound site, creating a raised scar.

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When you treat your freshly-closed wound with Dermatix® Ultra, its Cyclopentasiloxane (CPX) silicone polymers will form a protective barrier on the surface, preventing excessive transepidermal water loss.4

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With the transepidermal water loss regulated, your body will no longer overproduce collagen as the scar heals, resulting in a flatter and softer scar.

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In addition, the Vitamin C Ester in Dermatix® Ultra lighten hyperpigmentation, fading the scar.4

 
 
 
 
 
 

As your body heals your skin after a wound, overproduction of collagen may be triggered due to an increase in water loss through the damaged skin.

Left unmanaged, the excess collagen will accumulate over the wound site, creating a raised scar.

When you treat your freshly-closed wound with Dermatix® Ultra, its Cyclopentasiloxane (CPX) silicone polymers will form a protective barrier on the surface, preventing excessive transepidermal water loss.4

With the transepidermal water loss regulated, your body will no longer over-produce collagen as the scar heals, resulting in a flatter and softer scar.

In addition, the Vitamin C Ester in Dermatix® Ultra lighten hyperpigmentation, fading the scar.4

Gentle protection and healing

Dermatix® Ultra works by forming a physical barrier on the surface to aid your body's natural healing processes, so no corrosive or abrasive chemicals are involved.

In fact, Dermatix® Ultra is safe to use even on babies5. On top of that, Dermatix® Ultra's efficacy has also been proven time and again by studies conducted by independent researchers.2

85%-86% success 
rate

in softening and diminishing hypertrophic and keloid scars3, 6

Reduced scar height in

2-6 months1
70%-84.2% of 
patients

experienced improvement in scar colour, pliability, height, itching, and pain/tenderness after silicone gel treatment.7

Stay confident, stay true to yourself – and let Dermatix® Ultra erase all limits!

REDUCE YOUR SCARS TODAY
Lightens, softens and flattens scars
Easy to apply, quick drying and odourless
Innovative CPX Silicone technology and Vitamin C Ester formulation
Sources
  1. Yun IS, et al. Aesth Plast Surg (2013) 37:1176-1181
  2. Chernoff WG, et al. Aesth Plast Surg 2007;31:495-500
  3. Fulton JE. Silicone gel sheeting for the prevention and management of evolving hypertrophic and keloid scars. Dermatol Surg 1995;21:947-951
  4. Mustoe TA, Evolution of silicone therapy and mechanism of action in scar management. Aesth Plast Surg. 2008;32:82-92
  5. Chang CS et al. Clinical evaluation of silicone gel in the treatment of cleft lip scars, 2018;8:7422
  6. Mercer NSG. Silicone gel in the treatment of keloid scars. Br J Plastic Surg. 1989;42:83-87
  7. Sepehrmanesh M (2006) Observational study of 1,522 patients using Dermatix gel. Dermatologie 1: 30-32 Compendium

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