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06-27-11 | Posted by


bioCorneum

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Cosmetic surgical procedures have come a long way baby with advanced techniques minimizing the resulting scars. But nonetheless, minimal as they may be, scars are an inevitable result of plastic surgery. Here we review bioCorneum with SPF 30, an advanced silicone treatment that reduces the appearance of scars while protecting them from further damage. Used for the prevention and management of hypertrophic – raised and red – scars and keloids, bioCorneum, is perfect for post-surgery protection and is even effective on old scars.

Reportedly, the only 100% silicone scar treatment with SPF 30 UV protection ingredients, bioCorneum dries to form a transparent, flexible sheet within four to five minutes. Its effect is to soften and flatten raised scars, reduce redness and discoloration and relieve itchiness and other discomfort.

Ideal for the face, neck, chest, hands and any other area exposed to the sun, BioCorneum is extremely water resistant and cosmetics friendly.

This unique product is only available through physician offices and is available in three product sizes: 10g, 20g, and 50g.

One Response to “BIOCORNEUM SPF30 REPAIRS POST-SURGERY SCARS WITH SILICONE FORMULATION”

  1. Missy83 Says:

    I wonder if it works on stretch marks?

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