ScarAway Silicone Scar Spray is the latest in advanced technology treatments containing silicone, the #1 Dermatologist and Plastic Surgeon recommended scar reduction treatment ingredient.* ScarAway Spray Effectively shrinks, flattens and fades scars and is specifically formulated to deliver professional results with ultimate convenience.
- Touch-free, no mess application
- Ideal for active lifestyles
ScarAway’s Medical-Grade silicone mimics the natural barrier function of healthy skin and is clinically supported to improve scar size, color and texture on both old and new scars.
Prevent and Treat
ScarAway prevents and treats hypertrophic and keloid scars resulting from injuries, burns, surgeries, acne and more. Even scars that are years old and appear raised and discolored can become flatter, softer and less visible – closer to your skin’s natural texture and color.
Multi-tasking and Convenient
ScarAway hydrates and protects scars while reducing redness, itching and discomfort. This innovative spray is especially ideal for joints, widespread, sensitive and hard to reach areas of the body.
*Of U.S. physicians surveyed by an independent market research firm.
Touch-Free, No-Mess Application
Fragrance and Dye-Free
Safe for Sensitive Skin
ScarAway – The Solution for Scars™
ScarAway Silicone Scar Spray is intended for the treatment and prevention of scars including hypertrophic or keloid scars resulting from injuries, burns, surgeries and more.
1. Wash and dry scar area.
2. Shake can well. Hold can 6 to 8 inches from scar area and apply a thin coat in a light, sweeping motion.
3. Allow to dry before covering. If spray is not drying, you may have applied too much.
ScarAway® is available in the U.S. and Canada where over-the-counter medicines are sold and on Amazon.com
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.