Scar Away Silicone Sheets

Do you have a scar you’ve always wanted to get rid of or at least minimize? Or do you know someone who does?

Two and half years ago, my son got bit by a dog on the arm. It’s kinda a like a war wound for him, he likes to show it off, as I guess most kids, or boys do. The surgeon suggested silicone sheets, but I never got around to it.

I had the great opportunity to review Scar Away. Scar Away is a medical grade silicone scar sheet, used by plastic surgeons, burn centers and hospitals. The sheets diminish scars that are new or old, helping to restore the skin to a more natural texture and color. It’s safe for ages three and up. You can even use them over and over again, up to seven days and it comes with a little case to store the used sheets when not in use. The sheets can be cut to custom fit the scar.

I received the Scar Away sheets in May. And I was using them, when I remembered, on my son. The thing is you have to take them off when he plays outside. So I put them on after bath at night and my husband took it off after school. I know – I wasn’t very consistent and then bam – summer hit and I just can’t keep them on him. He is outside from dawn to dusk. So, come school I will have him wear them again. I would love to see the scar diminish some, although I don’t think he really cares.
I would recommend them to anyone with a scar. They are easy to use and it looks like a band aid. Scar Away also has C-Section sheets
You can visit them on Facebook and Twitter too! You can buy them at your local drugstore, you don’t need a prescription. They sell for $19.99 for 8 sheets, but those sheets can be cut to custom fit.

I was not paid for my opinion, however I did receive free products for review purposes. Contacts made through The Product Review Place.

Anne

I'm a mother of 2 who likes to get involved in too much! Besides writing here I started a non-profit, I'm on the PTO board, very active in my community and volunteer in the school. I enjoy music, reading, cooking, traveling and spending time with my family. We just adopted our 3rd cat and love them all!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I used ScarAway on my daughters burn splatter scars on her arms…amazing difference after a few months. She drew on them with sharpie markers for fun. 🙂

  2. I may give these a shot…my son LOVES band-aids and though I've tried the scar ointment, I'm horrible at remembering to do it. He has quite a scar on his forehead from an unfortunate meeting with a door jamb at daycare, so maybe he'd like having a "bandage" on his head.