Scarban: Elastic Silicon Sheets
Scarban Elastic is the best choice if you require the most intensive silicone scar therapy. This sheet has an extra-thick silicone layer for optimum hydration of scar tissue, providing maximum support for rapid, itch-free formation in the case of abnormal scars.
Benefits of Scarban Silicone Sheet Elastic
Scars disfigure your skin
Treating scars with Scarban
You’ll quickly experience the benefits of Scarban products: Complaints such as itching and pain are relieved or disappear within a few days. Visible results are seen within 2-4 months:
Your scar becomes more flexible, flatter and less red. Scar formation is reduced/minimized.
Remember when treating scars: an early start prevents scar formation!
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My operation (amputation) was already 1 1/2 years ago and I also started with Scarban. My physiotherapist came up with the idea and we are both very enthusiastic about how it works. My scar was very red and swollen and I already have a lot less. So I can recommend it to everyone.
After my amputation I got such an ugly tight red scar that the plastic surgeon had to open it again to get it right again, the PC gave me scarban plasters, the scar has now become beautiful!
I have some ugly scars on my hands/arms. And now the doctor had recommended Scarban silicone plasters to me. Is a plaster that you have to stick on your scar for 23 hours and that you can wash out with some soap and use again every day. Been using it for a week now and I have to say WOW! They were so dark and purplish and now they really look paler. They would also work on older scars. So if you really had to really bother with a scar, it is highly recommended! The only downside is, it's quite expensive, but I think it's worth it 🙂
Scarban is certainly useful
During a symposium for oncology nurses over the past 2 days I have gathered more information about Scarban.
And it’s certainly useful. Namely:
– Scarban can be used until long after the operation (sometimes even 2 years later).
– It can always be used on a scar that is still red.
– If a scar itches Scarban helps a lot.
– Every doctor (and therefore also a general practitioner) can simply prescribe it – and it’s covered by healthcare insurance.
After my amputation I got such an ugly, tight, red scar that the plastic surgeon had to open it again to get it right. The plastic surgeon gave me Scarban plasters and the scar is now fine.