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Silicone Scar Gel Treatment

ScarMD® Silicone Scar Gel is a unique formulation of silicone that dries to form an ultra-thin layer on the skin. This provides a semi-occlusive layer, with similar breathability to the skin. This modifies the factors involved in healing to normalize the production of collagen. This in turn reduces the redness of abnormal scars, decreases their volume and reduces the pain and itchiness. Clinical studies have proven the effectiveness of silicone at treating all types of scars, whether they are new scars, old scars, large scars or small scars. The recommendations from the clinical reviews are clear – silicone should be used as the first line defense against all types of scars.

ScarMD® Silicone Scar Gel

#1 Scar Treatment Solution

Clearly, the use of a Silicone Scar Treatment significantly reduces the risk of developing a hypertrophic scar, over a six month period. In this study, those patients treated with silicone scar gel were significantly less likely to develop post-operative hypertropic scarring. Patients were 1.8 times more likely to develop a mild hypertrophic scar WITHOUT a Silicone scar treatment. Patients were 3.7 times (X) more likely to develop a more severe hypertrophic or keloid scar WITHOUT a Silicone Scar Treatment 

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Scar MD® Scar Gel for scars treatment is a unique blend of naturally occurring silicones. Silicone is the gold standard used by Dermatologists & Plastic Surgeons and is clinically proven to reduce the redness of scars, flatten scars and minimize the pain and itchiness. Results guaranteed!* Our unique-proprietary blend of high quality silicones creates an ultra-thin invisible barrier, with similar breathability of your skin, this modifies the factors involved in healing to normalize the production of collagen, preventing the formation of abnormal scarring by creating the optimal environment for your skin to heal.

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ScarMD® Glide - Massaging Scar Treatment

Dual Action - Massage and Silicone Treatment

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ScarMD® Glide Massaging Scar Treatment uses an innovative 3-ball massaging applicator for dual action effectiveness in treating your scar.


  • Massaging Roll-on Applicator

  • Applies a thin layer that dries almost instantly

  • Massage stimulates blood flow, bringing nutrients to assist in the healing process

  • Massage is thought to work by mechanically in re-distributing the fibrotic tissue

  • Massaging once per day with ScarMD® Glide results in significantly less scar tissue

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ScarMD® Stretch Mark Repair and Prevention 



“Up to 90% of all pregnant women may develop stretch marks”


Stretch marks occur as a result of excessive tension put on the skin, usually during pregnancy. During one of the most joyous times of a mother’s life, it is unfortunate that nearly 90% of new mothers will develop stretch marks. Stretch marks are difficult to treat because the indentation and discoloration (redness) may take many years for your body to naturally repair.


Stages of Stretch Marks

  • Immature – Recently formed stretch marks tend to be flattened with a slight pink to red hue, may itch and/or be slightly raised

  • Mature – Over the period of years, a mature stretch mark or scar become white, flatten or further depress. Available scar therapy and treatment products currently on the market are hit or miss, with various companies making misleading claims about the effectiveness of their products.


On reviewing the clinical data and finding the lack in available modalities of therapy for scars and stretch marks, the Doctor’s at ScarMD® made it their mission to develop a safe, effective scar prevention and therapy line that is backed by rigorous clinical study for empirically proven results to restore your confidence and your skin.

ScarMD® Stretch Mark Repair Cream

Dual Action - Massaging Application with Clinically Proven Ingredients.

ScarMD® Stretch Marks Cream contains two of the most powerful and effect ingredients in scar prevention and therapy:

DARUTOSIDE: A botanical ingredient from the plant Siegesbeckia orientalis which is found in Ethiopia, Madagascar, Japan, and Australia. Darutoside has been shown improve the appearance of a stretch marks. In controlled trials, Darutoside has been shown to decrease the visible length of the stretch mark by over 50% In the same trial, the visible indentation depth was decreased by 55%.


REGISTRIL: A combination of ingredients including Phaseolus lunatus (green bean extract), rutin (from fruits and berries). Clinical studies show that with topical use, twice daily for two months, Registril has been shown to improve a stretch mark’s color while also decreasing the its depth by up to 72%. Most importantly, all the ingredients in ScarMD® Stretch Mark Repair Cream have been screened and are considered safe for use during pregnancy and lactation.

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ScarMD® Stretch Mark Repair Cream will:

  • Reduce the visible length and depth of the stretch mark

  • Reduce appearance of redness, discoloration and discomfort associated with stretch marks

  • Improve the visible indentation and appearance of the stretch mark

  • Soften scar tissue thereby improving texture

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ScarMD® Stretch Mark Prevention Oil

Clinically Proven to Diminish the Appearance of Stretch Marks

ScarMD® Stretch Mark Prevention Oil has been developed by medical professionals, experts in their fields, with many years in wound & scar care. After reviewing much of the published medical research, our doctor’s at AIM Medical® have identified an effective topical therapy. In a stringent clinical study of over eighty women, two of ingredients – Goto Kola (Centella Asiatic extract) & Tocopherol (Vitamin E) were shown to significantly decrease both the risk and the severity of stretch marks. (SDS) The treatment was applied daily to each of the high-risk areas: the abdomen, breasts, thighs, and buttocks. 

How can I Prevent Stretch Marks?

Stretch marks are never 100% preventable, but there are certain steps that you can take to decrease the risk of suffering from unsightly striae. Remember, it is always more effective to prevent than to treat stretch marks.


Keep your skin at maximum hydration by keeping it moisturized, we recommended using our Stretch Mark Prevention Oil which is rich in essential oils & botanical oils to keep your dermis hydrated and healthy.


Maintain a healthy stable weight – gaining weight at a fast rate is one of the major factors that can cause stretch mark formation.

Gain weight steadily during pregnancy


  • Always use stretch mark prevention therapies if you’re a body builder or seeking to grain weight quickly

  • Parents – please remember your loved ones & teens, by encouraging them to actively use our stretch mark prevention therapy to prevent the formation of stretch marks.

  • Doctors highly recommend patients use an effective Stretch Mark Prevention Therapy with clinically proven results to significantly reduce the risk of stretch marks.

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