SILTREX® may prevent excessive moisture loss to inhibit collagen production to flatten scars and improve appearance over time.1
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Increases Hydration of The Skin

Softer, flatter scars are possible by the increased hydration of the stratum corneum (the uppermost layer of the skin)

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Balances Growth Factors

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad may help heal scars by balancing the expression of growth factors including the regulation of collagen

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Protects The Scarred Tissue

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad helps heal and may protect scars by shielding the skin from bacteria

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Prevents Scar Formation Process

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad assists in disrupting the scar formation process, helping to possibly prevent as well as heal scars

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SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad Stays in Place

Unlike messy creams, roll-ons and gel formulas, SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad stays in place for the recommended 8 hours per day

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Tailored for Any Size Scar

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad can be cut to fit and adhere to any size hypertrophic or keloid scar

Turn Back Time on Old and New Scars

SILTREX®Silicone Gel-Pad is intended for use in the management of old and new hypertrophic or keloid scars resulting from:

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Closed Wounds

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Traumatic Injury

SILTREX® Provides Effective Scar Healing

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Scar Formation1

After the epidermis has regenerated, scar formation begins to take place:
  • Outer layer of stratum corneum is immature and allows high transepidermal water loss
  • Dehydration stimulates keratinocytes to produce cytokines, which leads to collagen release
  • Excessive collagen can cause the undesired effects of scarring
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Intervention with SILTREX®1

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad mimics properties of mature stratum corneum:
  • Prevents excessive moisture loss
  • Inhibits keratinocyte stimulation and collagen production
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SILTREX® effective results1

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pads are effective:
  • Reduce scar elevation and thickness
  • Improve pliability of the scar
  • Improve scar coloration


SILTREX® Silicone Gel Pads are intended for the management and care of scar tissue, including hypertrophic and keloid scars.Click to zoom

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SILTREX® Silicone Gel- Pad Features:

  • Ideally dimensioned for medium to large scars resulting from a variety of conditions including burns, road rash, or keloid and hypertrophic scars from surgery or trauma.
  • Easily trimmed to fit smaller scars
  • Significantly thinner than competitors, allowing SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad to conform precisely to body contours
  • May help in reducing, flattening, fading and smoothing both old and new scars
  • May help prevent the formation of new scars
  • 100% medical-grade, non-sterile silicone
  • Washable & reusable

SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad is intended for use in the management, control, and prevention of old and new hypertrophic or keloid scars resulting from burns or surgical or traumatic injury of the skin.


Do not use on open wounds, sutured wounds or when any dermatologlcal conditions disrupt the skin (such as a rash).


Non-sterile product is labeled as such and supplied in a protective package within a protective outer container.

Warning, Precautions, Adverse Reactions:

Possible Complications Include:

  • Superficial maceration of the skin
  • Skin discoloration
  • Sheeting tack and thickness vary
  • Rash
  • Pruritus

Rashes have been observed on skin under the gel sheeting. This has been attributed to poor or insufficient hygiene. Similar rashes have been attributed to gel sheeting being wrapped too tightly. Should a rash or irritation of the skin occur, stop use of the gel sheeting for at least 12 hours or until the rash or irritation completely subsides. If the rash persists, a physician should be contacted, and gel sheeting use should be discontinued.

Discoloration of the skin covered by silicone gel sheeting has been reported, particularly in dark skinned patients. This effect appears to be transient and may be similar to the discoloration experienced whenever an area of skin is covered for extended periods of time.

Perception of tack is subjective, and the adhesive characteristic of the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad may vary. These variations do not affect the function of the product.

Small bubbles may form after repeated use and washing. This does not have an impact on the function of the product.

Do not use creams, lotions, sun block or other silicone products on your skin when wearing SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad. These products will create a barrier between the scar site and SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad, preventing a proper healing environment.

  1. Wash your hands and the scar area with soap and water. Dry thoroughly.
  2. Measure the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad to fit the scar area so that the edges of the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad extend at least 1/4″ beyond the scar on all sides. Cut as needed.
  3. Gently peel the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad from the mylar release strip (it is normal for small bits of the gel to remain on the mylar release strip). Do not discard the mylar release strip.
  4. Place the sticky side of the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad directly onto the scar. For best results, wear the pad 8-12 hours per treatment. Wait 8-12 hours without use before next treatment.
  5. When not wearing the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad, place the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad (sticky side) back onto the mylar release strip. Place the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad back into the original pouch for protection.
  6. When the sticky side of the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad appears dirty or worn, use your finger to gently wash the SILTREX® Silicone Gel-Pad with anti-bacterial soap and water as needed. Rinse with water and allow to air dry. The stickiness will return once dry. Do not fold while washing or drying.

Do not apply to an open wound or third degree burn. Never use on a sutured wound until sutures have been removed. In rare instances, silicone sheets may cause a rash on the skin. This condition may result from improper cleansing of the scar area where the silicone pad has been applied. If this product is applied properly and skin irritation still occurs, discontinue use and consult your physician. Persons with dermatological conditions should contact their physician prior to using this product.



1. Bleasdale B, et al. Adv Wound Care; 2015. (pg 424)

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