Scars & Wounds
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Dermatological therapeutic products with a focus on scars and wounds. These products for scar management and abnormal scar prevention as well as late stage wound healing can be used alone or in combination with other therapies.
Stratamark hydrates and protects the skin, allows the skin to normalize the collagen synthesis cycle to effectively prevent and reduce stretch marks.
- Softens and flattens raised and depressed stretch marks
- Reduces redness and discoloration of stretch marks
- Relieves itching and discomfort of stretch marks
- Suitable for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, children and people with sensitive skin
- Stratamark is transparent and odorless. It does not contain alcohol, fragrances or parabens and is therefore suitable for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, children and people with sensitive skin.
Strataderm is a rapidly drying, non-sticky, transparent silicone gel formulation for the treatment of both old and new scars as well as for the prevention of abnormal and excessive scar formation, in the form of hypertrophic scars and keloids.
Strataderm was developed for use on all types of scars including those resulting from general surgery, trauma, chronic wounds, burns, or bites.
- For old and new scars
- Softens and flattens raised scars
- Relieves the itching and discomfort associated with scars
- Reduces redness and discoloration
- Prevents abnormal and excessive scar formation
Stratamed can be used immediately after general and cosmetic surgery, dermatological interventions (laser treatments etc.), trauma, burns*, chronic wounds etc.
- Full contact flexible wound dressing
- Faster wound healing and reduced inflammatory response1,2
- Improves the visible outcome of the procedure1
- Protects compromised skin from microbial and bacterial invasion1
- Allows prevention of abnormal scarring to begin earlier than ever before, which significantly reduces the likelihood and severity of abnormal scarring1
*First and second degree burns, third degree burns only after the presence of granulating tissue.
1. Sandhofer M, Schauer P. Skinmed 2012; 10(6):1–7
2. Monk EC et al. Dermatol Surg 2014; 40:76–79