Soft, durable medical grade pure silicone sheeting is reusable and washable. It will not break down and stays hygienic for a long period, providing the ideal silicone template for healing. A single sheet can be used for the entire duration of scar management.
All silicones are not created equal
There is a wealth of scientific and clinical data that confirms the effectiveness of occlusive silicone sheeting in the successful prevention and treatment of scarring.
Unfortunately, this has inspired a flood of inferior over-the-counter products such as creams, gels and oils containing silicone, as well as flimsy silicone sheeting products that don't perform as promised.
ReJuveness pioneered the science of silicone scar therapy makes the purest, sturdiest medical grade occlusive sheeting on the market, clinically proven to improve scars safely. While our high-quality sheeting may cost a little more than the competition in the initial purchase, it lasts longer and provides more intense healing benefits than any product available. Guaranteed.
Research on the Efficacy of Silicone Sheeting for Scar Treatment
Highlights: “While the exact mechanisms by which SGS improves hypertrophic scars, keloid development and recovery are yet to be fully agreed upon, its ability to do so remains largely undisputed at present. However, there still is ongoing deliberation over the exact mechanism of action of silicone in improving a scar. At present it is likely that through occlusion of the scar site and hydration of the wound bed, the overactivity of scar-related cells is suppressed, and their activity normalized.
Scapa Healthcare, Manchester, United Kingdom; Department of Chemistry, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom. Received 2015 Jan 28; Accepted 2015 Mar 12. Copyright 2015, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
Highlights: “Silicone gel sheeting (SGS) has been widely used in clinical practice for the treatment of HTSs since the early 1980s. There is good evidence of the efficacy of the SGS, which has become standard practice among plastic surgeons.”
Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2014 Aug; 69(8): 565–573; doi: 10.6061/clinics/2014(08)11; PMCID: PMC4129552; Felipe Bettini Rabello,I Cleyton Dias Souza,II and Jayme Adriano Farina Júnior; Universidade de São Paulo, Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto, Programa de Pós-Graduação da Clinica Cirúrgica, Ribeirão Preto/SP, Brazil.
Highlights: “Silicone sheeting or gel is universally considered as the first-line prophylactic and treatment option for hypertrophic scars and keloids. The efficacy and safety of this gold-standard, non-invasive therapy has been demonstrated in many clinical studies....Silicone products may help to prevent excessive scar formation by restoring the water barrier through occlusion and hydration of the stratum corneum and need to be used as soon as the wound/suture is healed.”
Stan Monstrey; Esther Middelkoop; Jan Jeroen Vranck; Franco Bassetto; Ulrich E. Zieglere; Sylvie Meaume; Luc Téot; Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department, Burn Centre, Ghent University Hospital, Ghent, Belgium; Association of Dutch Burn Centres, Beverwijk and Department of Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgery, Research Institute MOVE, VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, KUL Leuven University Hospitals, Leuven, Belgium; Plastic Surgery Institute, University of Padova, Padua, Italy; Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery, Stuttgart Sporerstrasse, Germany; Geriatric Department, Rothschild Hospital, University of Paris 6, Paris, France; Wound Healing Unit and Burns Surgery, Montpellier University Hospital, Montpellier, France; Received 9 August 2013, Accepted 16 April 2014, Available online 14 May 2014