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Scar Treatment Sun Kit, Cicamed Organic Science, Flexible Silicone Scar Remover Gel, Plus Cicablock Natural SPF Uv Protection Cream SPF 15

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Do you want to get rid of injury, surgery, burn, and embarrassing scars painlessly and safely?

This silicone based gel creates an environment for active scars to heal through a process of softening and smoothing the skin while lightening discoloration. A discreet gel film, similar to a liquid band-aid, can be placed on scars in any location on the body.

Pair with Cicablock in this kit, which is free from perfumes and preservatives. Protects old and new scars from discoloration caused by UVA and UVB rays. Water-resistant formula for long wear and sweat-proof!

Permanent results with use of these two products!

what is the scar gel?

A discreet and flexible scar healing gel

benefits of the scar gel

-Improves and reduces prominent, old, and new scars on the skin.
-A lightweight gel that dries quickly into an invisible film.
-More flexible and discreet than a silicone tape or Band-Aid, can be used on the face and joints.
-Silicone is not an active ingredient and does not penetrate the skin, rather sits on top as a protective physical barrier, creating an environment that is favorable to scar healing.
-Clinically tested and proven to diminish scar appearance.
-Lessen unwanted scar appearances without the pain or extra scarring from laser removal.
-Softens and flattens scar tissue with dimethicone and vitamin E.
-Permanent results.
-Free from perfumes and preservatives.
-Cruelty-free, not tested on animals.


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    essential for

    scars from injury, surgery, laser treatments, chickenpox, acne, road rash, sports injuries or burns

    target for the scar gel

    • Active scars that are not open wounds
    • Active scars are pink or red in color. White scars are not active and will most likely not be effected by the product, but also will not make the scars worse to try


    2 - 3 times daily or after every washing (when on hand).

    Must use a minimum of 3 months to see results. Use 6 - 9 months for full potential results that tour body will allow. 

    If the scar is in a location on the body that will encounter sun, you must protect the new skin with SPF as the UVA and UVB rays will cause damage and discoloration. You can use your favorite SPF for the water-resistant CicaBlock.


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    how to use the scar gel

    Apply a thin light layer over the scar. After 5 minutes of dry time, if the area is tacky, use less on the following application.

    Ensure wound is completely closed and not exposing deeper layers into the skin. After surgery, the product can be used once the stitches are removed, indicating that the wound is fully healed and not exposed.

    Continue use for as long as you notice results. Cannot hurt an area of the skin. Will either improve over time or have no effect at all (namely on inactive scars or possibly stretch marks). Expect about 2-3 months before you visibly see results, and 6-9 months for full recovery your skin and the product will allow. 


    Can use around the lips (do not ingest nor lick) or under eyes before concealer to fill in fine lines, wrinkles, and create a smooth surface for makeup.


    Cycling road rash injury scar. Get rid of scars naturally.

    size of scar gel

    15 g or 0.5 oz

    ingredients in the scar gel

    Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Tocopheryl Acetate, Silica

    what is cicablock?

    Essentially, scar sun protection that protects old and new scars from discoloration caused by UVA and UVB rays. Water-resistant formula for long wear and sweat-proof SPF 15.


    -Protects sensitive scar tissue from discoloration caused by harmful UVA/B rays.
    -Scar tissue lacks melanin and is more sensitive to the sun and UV rays, which will cause long-term discoloration.
    -Discolored scars become more prominent and visible.
    -The base of the product is Cicamed Scar.
    -Free from perfumes and preservatives.
    -Creates an environment favorable for scars healing.
    -Vitamin E to soften the scar.
    -Perfect for use after surgery, on acne scars, and skin damage.
    -Cruelty-free, not tested on animals.

    essential for

    New scars, scars being treated, healed burn marks, old scars to stop discoloration when exposed to the sun

    target for cicablock

    • Active scars that are not open wounds, old and new scars
    • Scars and healed wounds or burns that are exposed to the sun
    • Old, inactive, scars that are exposed to the sun as to prevent further discoloration


    As needed 30 minutes before sun exposure.

    how to use cicablock

    Apply a thin light layer over scar/concern area. After 5 minutes of dry time, you may apply makeup or clothing.

    Apply a thin layer on the orbital bone, under the eyes, for protection of the delicate eye area skin. Do not put close to the eye or in the eyes. 

    Apply a thin layer along the outer lips. Do not ingest or put this product in your mouth.

    size of cicablock

    15 grams or 0.5 oz

    ingredients in cicablock

    Dimethicone, Cyclomethicone, Titanium Dioxide, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Silica

    the story behind these two products

    The Cicamed Scar gel was the first product created by the chemist and plastic surgeons who are now the research and development team at Cicamed. The concept was fantasized during a cold Stockholm evening that was being enjoyed in a wine cellar between the surgeons of one of Europe's leading plastic surgery centers. The idea seemed radical and impossible - one year later the first patient was using this product to heal a scar. From here the entire brand was born!

    The Cicablock uses titanium dioxide, which is a naturally occurring oxide of the metal titanium. It has natural filtering UV properties making it ideal for use as a sunscreen. Titanium dioxide and silicone have an oil-and-water relationship in that they do not mix naturally and will not stay mixed evenly. Silicone would rise to the upper layer of a solution while titanium dioxide would fall. Our chemist solved this problem by being the first team to successfully coat the small titanium dioxide fragments with silicone. Once introduced to the formula and the silicone within, the silicone was ‘tricked’ by the coating, evenly mixing, and coexists with the titanium dioxide, making this product easy to use and effective.

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