Each ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheet is made with an advanced material that provides a unique combination of breathability, flexibility, washability and adhesiveness. Its silky, soft fabric backing is ideal for optimal comfort and protection, even under clothing. It may also be worn under compression garments. ScarAway is so comfortable you may forget you’re wearing it.
ScarAway’s clinically tested silicone technology mimics the natural barrier function of healthy skin. Research suggests that silicone acts to hydrate scar tissue, which in turn works to soften the scar, reducing excessive scar formation and causing it to fade.
Prevent and Treat
Technology used by Burn Centers, Plastic Surgeons and Hospitals.
Flattens, softens and fades new and old scars.
Minimizes formation of new scars.
Conceals while you heal.
Superior adhesion and flex
Reusable and washable
ScarAway The Solution for Scars™
ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheets are intended for use in the treatment and prevention of abnormal scars, including hypertrophic scars and keloids, often resulting from: c-sections, tummy tucks, injuries, burns, surgeries, and much more.
1. Wash and dry scar area.
2. Peel off liner from adhesive side of sheet.
3. Apply sheet with adhesive side directly on scar.
Each ScarAway sheet should be worn for a minimum of 12 hours per day, and is washable and durable for 7 days of use. Gently wash ScarAway sheet daily to maintain adhesiveness. ScarAway sheets may be cut in half for smaller scars or worn side-by-side for larger scars.
A softening of the scar may occur in just days, with improvement in appearance and texture experienced in as little as 4-8 weeks.
Individual results will vary.
ScarAway® is available in the U.S. and Canada where over-the-counter medicines are sold and on Amazon.com
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ScarAway is available in the U.S. and Canada where over-the-counter medicines are sold.
To contact our Customer Care Department directly for all questions or concerns, please call 1-866-943-7225 or email us using this form. Please Note: If you think you are having a medical emergency, you should call 911 immediately. If you have a medical question, please call your healthcare provider.