Scar Gel

Scar Gel product Image

KELO-COTE® is an advanced formula silicone treatment which helps improve the appearance of scars. Silicone gels are the first line treatment for scars by healthcare professionals including plastic surgeons.

KELO-COTE® is effective on a range of scars including:

  • Surgical Scars
  • C-section Scars
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Burn Scars
  • Children's Scars

Ingredients

Polysiloxanes, Silicon Dioxide

Available Sizes

6g for scars up to 7.5cm long, 15g for scars between 7.5cm and 10cm long and 60g for scars larger than 10cm long

You can buy KELO-COTE® from your local pharmacy and direct from us at Amazon or online at Boots.com by clicking the links below

Kelo-cote® Benefits

Helps soften and flatten scars
Clinically proven
Reduces redness, relieves itching and discomfort
Suitable for children and adults
Transparent and odourless (non-UV products)
Day and night protection, waterproof and flexible
Can be used under make up

How Kelo-cote® Works

How To Use Kelo-cote®

For new scars start treatment as soon as wound is closed or stitches removed. Ensure that the affected area is clean and dry.

Apply a very thin layer of KELO‐COTE® onto the scar twice a day, do not rub in.

Self-dries within 5 minutes* forming a flexible, waterproof, transparent layer - remove any excess product if it does not dry completely. Once dry, sunblock and cosmetics can be applied.

Recommended minimum treatment time is 60-90 days. If improvement still occurs after 90 days, continued use is recommended.

Other Kelo-cote® Products

KELO-COTE<sup>®</sup> Scar Gel UV product Image

KELO-COTE® Scar Gel UV

All the benefits of our standard gel but with added UV protection to protect scars from the aggravating effects of the sun.

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KELO-COTE<sup>®</sup> Scar Spray product Image

KELO-COTE® Scar Spray

Our spray is convenient for use on large scars and hard to reach areas.

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*Data on file, study of 10 subjects. When used in accordance with instructions.

STOCKISTS

AL/3800f/05.19/0.001. Date of preparation: May 2019