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  • 1. What are the ingredients of Strataderm?
     

    Strataderm consists of polymer chains with different properties to give it the perfect consistency for a scar treatment gel.
    Ingredients: Polydimethylsiloxanes, siloxanes, alkylmethyl silicones.

    More

  • 2. Can Strataderm be used after a surgical removal of a scar (or other invasive therapy)?
     

    Strataderm must not be used on open wounds; please refer to our product Stratamed.

    More

  • 3. What are the advantages of using Strataderm instead of physical silicone sheets?
     

    Strataderm has all the benefits of silicone sheets without the problems. Contact dermatitis, difficulty of use, and the potential for bacteria growth between the sheet and the skin are all problems inherent with the usage of silicone sheets. Strataderm does not encounter these issues

    More

  • 4. Is Strataderm suitable to use for children?
     

    Strataderm is suitable to use for children. It is completely biocompatible, non-reactive and intended to be used for both, children and people with sensitive skin.

    More

  • 5. Does Strataderm have any odor?
     

    No, Strataderm is odorless.

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  • 6. Is Strataderm suitable to use during pregnancy?
     

    Strataderm is suitable to use during pregancy for the mother and the unborn child.

    More

  • 7. Is Strataderm effective on all skin types?
     

    Strataderm is effective on all skin types.

    More

  • 8. Will Strataderm work on stretch marks?
     

    Please refer to our product Stratamark which is a novel topical medical device specifically designed for the management and treatment on stretch marks.

    More

  • 9. Will Strataderm damage my hair?
     

    Strataderm will not damage your hair. It does not affect your hair in any way.

    More

  • 10. What is the difference between the silicone in Strataderm and household silicone?
     

    Many distinctive forms of silicones exist which are used in various products from industrial use, construction and heavy industry. The specific polymers of silicone used in Strataderm are medical silicones approved for human use.

    More

  • 11. Does Strataderm have an expiry date? I cannot find this information on my tube.
     

    Strataderm has an expiry date of five years after manufacturing. This date is imprinted on every box (side flap) and tube (end seal) in the format year-month (e.g. EXP 2018-09 or 13-09). The expiry date does not change once the tube is opened.

    More

  • 12. I am interested in distributing Strataderm in my country. Whom may I contact to discuss a business relationship?
     

    Please contact our sales department at www.stratpharma.com/contact

    More

  • 13. Is there any sun protection in Strataderm?
     

    No. However you can apply a sun protection or cosmetics on top of Strataderm, once it is completely dry.

    More

  • 14. How long will it take for my scar to improve?
     

    The recommended minimum treatment time is 60–90 days. Larger and older scars may take longer. Continuous use is recommended if no improvement is seen after the initial 90 days.

    More

  • 15. When can I start to apply Strataderm after surgery?
     

    You can start to apply Strataderm after the stitches have been removed.

    More

  • 16. Would it be better to use surgical tape over Strataderm?
     

    There is no need to use tape over Strataderm. If the scar is on an area of the body that may get bumped and scraped, cover it with gauze or a pad.

    More

  • 17. Can Strataderm be used on eyelids?
     

    Yes. Strataderm goes through an evaporation process during the drying phase which may cause the eyes to sting temporarily. This stinging will cause no harm. Please do not apply Strataderm directly in the eye.

    More

  • 18. What do I do if Strataderm gets into my eyes?
     

    If Strataderm enters the eyes it will cause some stinging but will do no harm. Wash out your eyes with an eye wash solution or tap water. Most importantly, use a generous amount of water to ensure Strataderm is compeletey flushed out of the eyes. If irritation occurs consult your doctor.

    More

  • 19. Can Strataderm be used on the lips?
     

    Strataderm can be used on the lips, but not inside the mouth. Strataderm may need to be applied more frequently when used on the lips.

    More

  • 20. Can I use Strataderm and a moisturizer at the same time, few hours between them, to treat a scar on long term treatment?
     

    For best results Strataderm should be in contact with your skin 24 hours/day; 7 days / week.
    Products, such as Strataderm, are the consensus gold standard in dermatology for treatment of abnormal scars and should be used alone. Hydrating creams have not shown consistent data in clinical efficacy.

    More

  • 21. Should I use a moisturizer after applying Strataderm?
     

    No. It is not necessary because Strataderm forms a barrier for your scar that maintains the skin's moisture.

    More

  • 22. What is the best method to apply Strataderm? ? Should I rub Strataderm into my scar?
     

    Strataderm should be applied gently as a very thin coat on the affected area. The area should be clean and dry. Strataderm will stay on top of the skin, therefore rubbing is not required and will not increase the effectiveness.

    More

  • 23. Does Strataderm address internal scars?
     

    No. Strataderm addresses external skin damage only.

    More

  • 24. Can Strataderm be used for burn scars?
     

    Yes. Severe burns commonly cause hypertrophic scars, for which Strataderm is very well indicated. Strataderm should not be used on broken skin or open wounds.

    More

  • 25. Where can I get Strataderm? Can I purchase it directly in my country?
     

    The easiest way to get Strataderm is ordering from our online store. We deliver to many countries. Strataderm is now available in various countries. Please ask your local pharmacist.

    More

  • 26. Can Strataderm cause skin reactions?
     

    Strataderm is inert and less likely to cause sensitivity reactions than many other materials used in dermatology. No side effects have been observed with the proper use of Strataderm. The ingredients in Strataderm are completely compatible with human biology. However, if redness, pain or skin irritation should occur, discontinue treatment and consult your physician.

    More

  • 1. Is Strataderm suitable to use for children?
     

    Strataderm is suitable to use for children. It is completely biocompatible, non-reactive and intended to be used for both, children and people with sensitive skin.

    More

  • 2. Does Strataderm have any odor?
     

    No, Strataderm is odorless.

    More

  • 3. Is Strataderm suitable to use during pregnancy?
     

    Strataderm is suitable to use during pregancy for the mother and the unborn child.

    More

  • 4. Is Strataderm effective on all skin types?
     

    Strataderm is effective on all skin types.

    More

  • 5. Will Strataderm damage my hair?
     

    Strataderm will not damage your hair. It does not affect your hair in any way.

    More

  • 6. Does Strataderm have an expiry date? I cannot find this information on my tube.
     

    Strataderm has an expiry date of five years after manufacturing. This date is imprinted on every box (side flap) and tube (end seal) in the format year-month (e.g. EXP 2018-09 or 13-09). The expiry date does not change once the tube is opened.

    More

  • 7. Is there any sun protection in Strataderm?
     

    No. However you can apply a sun protection or cosmetics on top of Strataderm, once it is completely dry.

    More

  • 8. How long will it take for my scar to improve?
     

    The recommended minimum treatment time is 60–90 days. Larger and older scars may take longer. Continuous use is recommended if no improvement is seen after the initial 90 days.

    More

  • 9. When can I start to apply Strataderm after surgery?
     

    You can start to apply Strataderm after the stitches have been removed.

    More

  • 10. Would it be better to use surgical tape over Strataderm?
     

    There is no need to use tape over Strataderm. If the scar is on an area of the body that may get bumped and scraped, cover it with gauze or a pad.

    More

  • 11. Can Strataderm be used on eyelids?
     

    Yes. Strataderm goes through an evaporation process during the drying phase which may cause the eyes to sting temporarily. This stinging will cause no harm. Please do not apply Strataderm directly in the eye.

    More

  • 12. What do I do if Strataderm gets into my eyes?
     

    If Strataderm enters the eyes it will cause some stinging but will do no harm. Wash out your eyes with an eye wash solution or tap water. Most importantly, use a generous amount of water to ensure Strataderm is compeletey flushed out of the eyes. If irritation occurs consult your doctor.

    More

  • 13. Can Strataderm be used on the lips?
     

    Strataderm can be used on the lips, but not inside the mouth. Strataderm may need to be applied more frequently when used on the lips.

    More

  • 14. Can I use Strataderm and a moisturizer at the same time, few hours between them, to treat a scar on long term treatment?
     

    For best results Strataderm should be in contact with your skin 24 hours/day; 7 days / week.
    Products, such as Strataderm, are the consensus gold standard in dermatology for treatment of abnormal scars and should be used alone. Hydrating creams have not shown consistent data in clinical efficacy.

    More

  • 15. Should I use a moisturizer after applying Strataderm?
     

    No. It is not necessary because Strataderm forms a barrier for your scar that maintains the skin's moisture.

    More

  • 16. What is the best method to apply Strataderm? ? Should I rub Strataderm into my scar?
     

    Strataderm should be applied gently as a very thin coat on the affected area. The area should be clean and dry. Strataderm will stay on top of the skin, therefore rubbing is not required and will not increase the effectiveness.

    More

  • 1. What are the ingredients of Strataderm?
     

    Strataderm consists of polymer chains with different properties to give it the perfect consistency for a scar treatment gel.
    Ingredients: Polydimethylsiloxanes, siloxanes, alkylmethyl silicones.

    More

  • 2. What are the advantages of using Strataderm instead of physical silicone sheets?
     

    Strataderm has all the benefits of silicone sheets without the problems. Contact dermatitis, difficulty of use, and the potential for bacteria growth between the sheet and the skin are all problems inherent with the usage of silicone sheets. Strataderm does not encounter these issues

    More

  • 3. What is the difference between the silicone in Strataderm and household silicone?
     

    Many distinctive forms of silicones exist which are used in various products from industrial use, construction and heavy industry. The specific polymers of silicone used in Strataderm are medical silicones approved for human use.

    More

  • 4. Can Strataderm cause skin reactions?
     

    Strataderm is inert and less likely to cause sensitivity reactions than many other materials used in dermatology. No side effects have been observed with the proper use of Strataderm. The ingredients in Strataderm are completely compatible with human biology. However, if redness, pain or skin irritation should occur, discontinue treatment and consult your physician.

    More

  • 1. Can Strataderm be used after a surgical removal of a scar (or other invasive therapy)?
     

    Strataderm must not be used on open wounds; please refer to our product Stratamed.

    More

  • 2. Will Strataderm work on stretch marks?
     

    Please refer to our product Stratamark which is a novel topical medical device specifically designed for the management and treatment on stretch marks.

    More

  • 3. Does Strataderm address internal scars?
     

    No. Strataderm addresses external skin damage only.

    More

  • 4. Can Strataderm be used for burn scars?
     

    Yes. Severe burns commonly cause hypertrophic scars, for which Strataderm is very well indicated. Strataderm should not be used on broken skin or open wounds.

    More

  • 1. Where can I get Strataderm? Can I purchase it directly in my country?
     

    The easiest way to get Strataderm is ordering from our online store. We deliver to many countries. Strataderm is now available in various countries. Please ask your local pharmacist.

    More

  • 1. I am interested in distributing Strataderm in my country. Whom may I contact to discuss a business relationship?
     

    Please contact our sales department at www.stratpharma.com/contact

    More