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CEREDERM - For Softening Scars

What is Cerederm?

Cerederm is a self-adhesive silicone-coated dressing for the treatment of scars, which is invisible and simple to use.
Clinical tests have shown the effectiveness of the dressing. The silicone gel relieves itching, softens the scar and reduces redness.
The medical grade silicone smoothes out the scar and limits its development.

Which type of scars can it be used on?


  • Scars often appear after a bum, surgical operation, an accident, a skin reaction, etc.
  • Treatment is effective on hypertrophic scars (red coloured) or keloid (raised and fibrous, firm and thick), either old or new.
  • Cerederm is highly recommended in the preventative treatment of a closed wound and on scars caused by surgical operations.
  • The specific shapes (anchor and round) are particularly adapted to post-operative treatment in the case of breast reconstruction and enlargement.
  • Cerederm is not advised for open wounds, bedsores, weeping wounds, burns or mucous wounds.

How is it used?

For optimum effectiveness, Cerederm must cover the scar by more than a centimetre. The dressing must be worn daily over a treatment period of 2 to 6 months.

What are the results?

Results are visible after two months of use. The scar is more flexible, smoother and softer.


Cerederm is:

  • Fine and Transparent, invisible for optimum discretion.
  • Painless and Comfortable, it can be wom 24 hours a clay.
  • Flexible, it fits to the shape of your body. Self-adhesive, it is not necessary to apply extra support.
  •  Effective, it is used on its own without cream. Washable, the same dressing can be used for 2 to 3 days.
  • Easy to cut, it can be adapted to the size of the scar.

Instructions for use:

1. Wash and dry the scar.
2. Take the dressing out of its packaging, cut it if necessary and take off the protective film.
3. Position the dressing with the adhesive side on the scar.
4. Remove the dressing at least once a clay to check the skin.
5. Wash the scar and the dressing with a neutral soap and reapply the dressing.

Recommendations:

  • Don't wear the same dressing for more than 5 days.
  • Replace it when it starts to lose its adhesive qualities.
  • Must not be used by another person (personal use).
  • ln the event of a skin reaction, stop the treatment and consult a doctor.

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Ahmed Obaid,
Dec 13, 2009, 4:23 AM
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