Our new Fig Silicone Scar Treatment helps smooth the texture of scars, blemishes, burns, tattoos, and scarring. The proprietary formula creates the optimal environment for healing and skin renewal with minimal to no scars or pigmentation changes.
Medical-grade Silicone and Glycerin create a breathable, protective shield that leaves skin balanced and hydrated. In addition, powerful antioxidants soothe and calm skin and reduce visible redness. You can apply the Fig Silicon Scar Treatment immediately after your procedure.
- Creates the optimal environment for healing and skin renewal with minimal to no scars or pigmentation changes.
- May be applied to open wounds and immediately post procedure.
- Potent antioxidants help to soothe the area.
- Breathable, translucent, and fragrance-free; stays put all day.
Use on incisions, after in-office treatments, blemishes, burns, tattoos, abrasions, and lacerations. It also improves the look of other types of scars. Use on high-friction areas (inner thighs, underarms), too.
Directions for Use
Apply Gel 2-3 times daily to dry surface. It can be used with scar occlusion dressings, layered under pressure garments, or under clothing. Continue until the skin starts to heal (reepithelization), typically 10-14 days after the initial wound occurs.
Humectant provides a breathable barrier to help maintain skin hydration and seal in moisture.
- DIMETHICONE (SILICONE)
Skin protectant has conditioning properties to help improve skin softness and elasticity.
Naturally derived from the stems and fruit of the pineapple, bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme that works by digesting the skin’s dead proteins and removing dead skin cells.
A proteolytic enzyme that rejuvenates the skin by removing dead skin cells and softening the epidermis
- GREEN TEA POLYPHENOLS
The most potent antioxidant known; quenches more reactive oxygen species (ROS) than any other antioxidant.
- TOCOPHEROL (VITAMIN E)
An antioxidant helps protect skin from damaging free radicals that can cause visible signs of discoloration and redness.
Keratolytic attracts and maintains water content in cells, to nourish wounded skin and support healthy cell functions.