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Get rid of your scars with Dermatix scar treatments


We all deserve to live life to the fullest, without fear of scars and imperfections holding us back. While our products help women lighten scars, our brand aspires for so much more. At Dermatix®, we want to give women the confidence to surpass themselves and conquer greater challenges, each and every day - without scars getting in the way.

Dermatix® wound / scar treatments

For complete wound recovery

Dermatix® Wound Care
  • Intelligent hydrogel forms a barrier on the wound, creating an ideal environment for healing1
  • Accelerates wound healing, helping to prevent infections1,2,3
  • Offers immediate, cooling pain relief1
Dermatix® Wound Care

For children’s scar (aged 3 months & above11)

  • Gentle on sensitive and delicate skin
  • Lightens, softens and flattens scars 12,13,14
  • CPX and Vitamin C ester formulation is easy to apply, odourless and non-greasy
For adult’s everyday burns / scars to surgical scars
Dermatix® Ultra
  • Lightens, softens and flattens scars 1, 2, 3
  • Easy to apply, quick drying and odourless
  • Innovative CPX Silicone technology and Vitamin C Ester formulation
Dermatix® Ultra
For acne scars
Dermatix® Acne Scar
  • Lightens dark spots, marks and scars 4 5 6
  • Prevents development of new acne blemishes and scars 7 8 9
  • Innovative CPX Silicone technology and ActivGCS (snail slime extract) formulation
Dermatix® Acne Scar

Wound Stories

Kid's scars

Everyday burns and scars

Acne scars

Cesarean scars

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  10. Study of efficacy and tolerance of a treatment against acne scars. Consumer Use test in Singapore. 07 August 2018 (Data on File)
  11. Chang CS et al. Clinical evaluation of silicone gel in the treatment of cleft lip scars.  Sci Rep 2018; 8: 7422. 
  12. Yun IS et al. Aesthetic Plast Surg 2013; 37(6):1176-1181  
  13. Chernoff WG et al. Aesth Plast Surg 2007; 31(5):495-500  
  14. Fulton JE. Silicone gel sheeting for the prevention and management of evolving hypertrophic and keloid scars. Dermatol Surg 1995; 21: 947-951  
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