Blizcare medical silicone plasters are a medical device intended to support the treatment of scars after the wound has healed. The plasters can be used for postoperative scars, post-burn scars, post-injury scars and other types of scars, e.g. after removal of a tattoo. These hypoallergenic, flexible, transparent plasters are a product that is an effective, modern and non-invasive method of scar treatment.
How does BLIZCARE work?
The silicone plaster forms a thin, elastic, breathable, water-impermeable membrane on the skin, thus maintaining the proper moisture of the skin. Thanks to this, it supports the treatment and reduces the risk of hypertrophic and keloid scars and alleviates the following symptoms associated with scars:
Reduces scars and makes them more elastic
Makes scars less visible
Brings relief, relieves tension and itching
In addition, the plaster forms a permanent thin elastic protective layer to protect the scar from contact with the environment.
What is BLIZCARE used for?
Blizcare plasters can be used on any scar regardless of the manner and time of its occurrence. The plasters work best for up to two years after the wound closes. It is also worth adjusting the size and shape of the plaster to the size of the scar. Blizcare plasters support normal scarring of keloids, hypertrophic scars, scars after plastic and surgical operations, burn scars, post-injury scars, scars after laser therapy treatments, cesarean scarring, scars after removal of a tattoo. The plasters can be used by children and adults of all ages.
How to use BLIZCARE?
Blizcare medical silicone plasters for scars can be used after complete healing of the wound and after removal of stitches. Before use, thoroughly clean and dry the scar. Choose the right size plaster for the size and shape of the scar. If there is a need to precisely match the size of the plaster to the surface of the scar, it is possible to cut it in any shape. The plaster should be changed on average every 5 to 7 days, and when changing the plaster, care should be taken to ensure proper skin hygiene at the place of use. Blizcare medical silicone plasters for scars are flexible, durable and resilient due to their unique design. Repeated use should be avoided due to possible damage to the adhesive layer during its removal.
When not to use BLIZCARE gel
The plasters can only be applied externally to healed skin. The plasters cannot be applied to wounded skin and open wounds. Do not use simultaneously with other preparations and medicines applied at the same place of application. In case of symptoms of irritation or other disturbing changes discontinue use. When using for children, protect the place of application of the plasters against uncontrolled removal of the plaster by the child. Do not use the plasters after the expiry date stated on the packaging.
Possible side effects
Blizcare plasters rarely cause side effects although redness, pain or irritation may occur at the site of use. If any alarming symptoms occur, stop use and contact a doctor or pharmacist.
Storage of BLIZCARE gel
Blizcare plasters should be kept in the original packaging in a place that is out of sight and inaccessible to children and kept at room temperature. Do not use Blizcare after the expiry date stated on the packaging.
A mixture of polydimethylsiloxanes forming an elastic silicone adhesive, a polyurethane membrane, a polyethylene protective foil
Blizcare plasters are available in various sizes for the best adaptation to the size and type of scar:
Even-cut plasters in the shape of a rectangle, large dimensions: 5cm x 25cm
Even-cut plasters in the shape of a rectangle, medium dimensions: 4cm x 15cm
Even-cut plasters in the shape of a rectangle, small (Junior) size: 3cm x 7cm
Even-cut plasters in the shape of a square with dimensions: 8cm x 8cm
Specialized plasters in the shape of an anchor for post-masticum fold after mastopexy
Specialized plasters in the shape of a circle with an internal hole for the nipple after mastopexy
Specialized plasters in the shape of a lollipop with an internal hole for the nipple after mastopexy
Specialized plasters in the shape of an arch after abdominal surgery, cesarean section or abdominoplasty
If there is a need to precisely match the size of the plaster to the surface of the scar, it is possible to cut it manually with scissors.