Cimeosil Management Scar Kit
This Kit includes Cimeosil® Gel Sheeting (3.75 x 3.75-inch sheet) and Cimeosil® Scar Gel (5 grams) Cimeosil® Gel Sheeting is a self adhering silicone polymeric compound specially formulated for the management of keloid and hypertrophic...
Cimeosil® Gel Sheeting is a self adhering silicone polymeric compound specially formulated for the management of keloid and hypertrophic scars resulting from traumatic injury or burns to the skin.
• Self adhering
• Easy to apply
• No over bandaging required
• Comfortable, non-irritating to skin
• Washable for reuse
Cimeosil® Gel is a Silicone Polymeric compound specially formulated for the management of Keloid and hypertrophic scars resulting from traumatic injury or burns to the skin.
• Easy applied gel
• May be covered by cosmetics
• Air permeable yet repels water
• Twice daily easy application
• Will not macerate skin
• When sutures come out Cimeosil® goes on
Caution: Do not use on open wounds. If scar persists, redness, irritation (rash or inflammation), infection or maceration (whitening of skin) occurs discontinue use and consult your physician. Do not use talcum powder, skin moisturizers, lotions, sunscreen or any topical medications on area to be treated while using sheeting. Apply new sheet when current sheet is no longer adherent.
Scar Gel: Wash the affected area and pat dry. Apply a very small amount of Cimeosil® Scar Gel with a clean fingertip on the affected area. Take care to gently wipe away the excess. Use sparingly as excessive amounts may stain bedding or clothing. Apply twice daily in the morning and before bedtime. After proper application Cimeosil® may be covered with a blush or other camouflaging cosmetic.
WARNING: Care should be exercised to avoid getting Cimeosil® Scar Gel in the eyes or mucus membranes. Care should be taken when using this product on newly healed tissues. Not for use on open wounds, or infected areas. Cimeosil® Scar Gel should be used under the supervision of a surgeon or licensed esthetician. Patients should see their physicians for regular follow up visits after undergoing any surgery or treatment for trauma.
Scar Gel: Polysiloxanes (polymerized siloxanes / silicone)