Silicone sheeting and topical gels both have good evidence of efficacy, and in visible areas such as the face and hands, or over flexure areas such as joints, the topical gels are preferred for the prevention and treatment of hypertrophic and keloid scars. We are still often asked though, which is better for me, sheeting
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5782X Orely (Page 16 of catalogue) has been receiving rave reviews, and we’re pleased to advise we now stock this style here in both Black and White. Orely features cotton pockets in the lower cups, an easy-fit stretch lace in the upper cup and sweet micro-dot fabric. Sizes are (AU) A-DD 12-20. Matching Briefs 1382
We are excited to announce the new unisex style FM01 for surgeries to face, ears and neck will replace FM Extra! FM01 features stabilisers on the forehead and back of neck to prevent excessive movement. FM01 is available now in white and one size (adjusted with Velcro fastenings). Our other Face garments FM and FM
Scars occur as a result of the body’s natural wound healing process. As you may know, some scars develop differently than others. Some fade into pale lines that are barely visible while others may become discoloured or even raised, leaving you with a painful daily reminder of the incident that caused your skin to scar.
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When silicone gel is applied to a scar it spreads as an ultra thin sheet and dries within 4 to 5 minutes due to its self-drying technology. According to a publication in the journal Advances in Wound Care, the advantages of silicon gel include easy administration, even for sensitive skin and in children. It can be
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