Biodermis Pro-Sil

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The Pro-Sil stick provides the same industry leading scar management technology found in Xeragel®, in a convenient, easy-to-use glide-on applicator. Treating your scars to the extra care they need is now easier than ever. The Pro-Sil stick stores compactly in a purse or pocket, and without drips or leaks.


Product Features:

  • No more messy creams or ointments
  • Fits conveniently in purse or pocket
  • Fragrance and dye free
  • Contains silicone, the ONLY proven topical scar treatment ingredient
  • Comes in a 4.25g tube


Ideal For:

  • Hands & Arms
  • Face
  • Neck
  • Elbows
  • Feet & Ankles




How long does a tube of Pro-Sil last?

Typically, on a small to mid-sized scar, the tube will last roughly two to three weeks.

Can I use Pro-Sil in conjunction with Epi-Derm?

Pro-Sil can be used in conjunction with Epi-Derm by alternating the products, but not applied together. Never apply any product under the Epi-Derm gel sheeting. For 24 hour a day usage, many patients prefer Epi-Derm gel sheets at night when they are at home or sleeping, because a single sheet will last all night. Pro-Sil is frequently used during the day on exposed scars (face, hands, elbows, etc.). The Pro-Sil stick is easier to apply than an ordinary scar cream, making it even more convenient to treat exposed scars.

Is Pro-Sil as effective as Epi-Derm?

Yes, both products are equally effective.

Can Pro-Sil be used around the eyes or mouth?

Yes, Pro-Sil may be used on scars near the eyes and mouth. However, caution should be used to keep the product from entering these areas.

Can Pro-Sil be used on children?

Yes, Pro-Sil can be used on children, under adult supervision. This product is safe and non-toxic.

Does Pro-Sil help with acne scars?

Patients are reporting impressive results using Pro-Sil for acne scars. They are experiencing reduced redness, as well as a reduction in the severity of pitting, and an overall improvement in the complexion of areas affected by acne scarring.