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Silicone is a polymer obtained from silica in quartz, the second most abundant element found on Earth. Among the numerous types of silicone used in various segments and applications, silicone impacts our daily lives. The usage of silicone in cosmetics has helped people to feel better about their appearance. It ranges from hair products to medicines for health treatments. The technology used in the Lifesil Silicone Sheets –  built on years of accumulated experience of physicians, hospitals and burn centers and with  worldwide recognized benefits – is produced with medical grade silicone, developed by Nusil (US based company, FDA certified),  which guarantees the quality and safety of the product.

Lifesil Silicone Sheets, strips and shapes are thicker, adhere better, last longer, are washable and reusable, comfortable, flexible (contour easily to any part of your body) and come in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit your scar. They are also soft and colorless (almost invisible), produce no or little inconvenience and are easy to apply and to remove. They can be trimmed without losing its adherence and adapted for use on the breast, back, abdomen, leg, cheek or any other region you have a scar.

Whether you’re looking to improve the appearance of old scars or minimize scarring from recent surgery or injuries, Lifesil Silicone Sheets are guaranteed to improve your scarring, and they are the most inexpensive way to manage it.

The result of the product is the mechanical action of the adhesive that, by stretching the region with a scar or a wrinkle, stimulates hydration by filling the skin with its own body water and helping in the process of renewing and smoothing the skin, improving the color and texture of scars and bringing uniformity to the skin. It does not contain drugs or essences. The application is topical, cutaneous and non-invasive and has no reported side effects.


Lifesil Silicone Sheet with a sticky side to adhere to your scar comes with the following sizes and shapes:

Why to Use Lifesil Silicone Sheet

It is easy to apply, comfortable to use (no need for tapes or bandages) and incurs little of the pain, inconvenience and it is less costly than any other scar treatments.

It’s medically proven to be safe and effective for use on children as well as adults. This is why Lifesil Silicone Sheet has been widely used by the medical profession.

How does it work?

The Lifesil Silicone Sheet occludes the skin and stimulates the hydration of the scar area, keeping the moisture locked into the skin and around the scar, reducing the blood supply and deposit of collagen, which is what the body uses to rebuild deeply wounded skin.

The effect of this is to make the scar tissue paler in color, closer to the natural color of your skin. It does not contain drugs or essences.

When to use it?

Lifesil Silicone Sheet is designed to soften, flatten and fade dark or raised scars resulted from surgery, cuts, accidents, burns and injury. It must not be used on open or infected wounds or over scabs or stitches.

DO NOT use ointments or creams under the gel sheet. In some very rare cases a rash can appear. If a rash appears reduce treatment time; should it persist please consult your physician.

How to use it?

  1. Wash the hands before use. Gently clean the scar and surrounding skin. Thoroughly dry the area.
  2. Remove the dressing from the packaging. If necessary, trim the dressing to an appropriate size, but make sure it is big enough to cover the scar or keloid completely. Store the remaining gel sheet in a dry place.
  3. Peel away the protective liner to reveal the adhesive.
  4. Apply the sheet adhesive side down to the scarred area. Do not stretch and do not hold the gel sheet too tightly to the skin as this may cause irritation of the scar and surrounding area.
  5. Clean the sheet, if possible, twice daily with a mild soap. Once you’ve cleaned the gel strip, rinse it well and let it dry (come into contact with clothing, will decrease its adhesion capacity).
  6. Change it  every 20 days, or when it begins to lose its adhesiveness. In joints or areas with intense friction, change more frequently.  It should be used continuously; the treatment period varies according to the scar, and medical advice.