- Product Description
This self adhesive version of ReJuveness silicone sheeting is thinner and more pliable than the original non-adhesive ReJuveness Silicone sheeting. It is desirable where there is a need to wear open in public and where the contours and undulations in skin surfaces require a pliable adhesive that will give a sealed fit.
All silicone sheeting is not created equal. It is with great pride we can offer patients a pure medical grade silicone sheeting that is pliable and thin (0.08mm). It has a high grade integrity and strength and a permanent adhesive that truly needs no tape. ReJuveness adhesive sheeting expands the possible applications while maintaining the convenience and effectiveness in scar management.
- Safety Information
Do not apply to open wound. Should be cleaned daily but since Rejuveness silicone is resistant to bacteria you may increase the wearing time to days. Can be worn on any part of the body
For those with a personal or family history of problem scarring. Also when scarring condition involves discoloration, keloid, Hyper-pigmentation, lumpiness, itching, soreness or indentation.
Pure medical USP implantable Grade 6 silicone sheeting. silicone adhesive backing.
The adhesive is going to attract lint and dust so cleaning and maintenance will take more care than the original non-adhesive ReJuveness silicone sheeting.
Remove protective coverings from front and back of the silicone sheet. Silicone is between the coverings with one adhesive side. Keep one section to store your sheet on while not in use. Apply your silicone sheet after the wound is dry and not oozing any liquid. Apply for minimum of 8 hours per day up to a maximum of 48 hours of continuous treatment, adjust wearing time based on comfort. Wash the with mild soap and air dry. The longer you wear a silicone sheet the faster your results will occur. Both adhesive and the non-adhesive sides can also be used for healing your scar. Sheeting should overlap your scarred area by at least 1 cm (1/4") all around. Tape can be used to hold silicone in place. Average healing time is 1 to 3 months, continue treatment until scarring stops improving.