Oleeva Brachioplasty Scar Treatment Description
Patients should use Oleeva Brachioplasty Scar Treatment on post-surgery scars to the arm area. Scientifically proven to help minimize the appearance and discoloration or scars.
Oleeva Scar Shapes are ideal for use under surgical garments or ordinary clothing. Oleeva Scar Shapes contain no messy gels or pastes. Thin, soft and flexible—they’re so comfortable, you’ll forget you’re wearing the latest technology for scar management!
Made from a patented material that provides a unique combination of breathability, flexibility, washability and adhesiveness. The self-adhesive Oleeva Scar Reduction Silicone Sheet is medically proven to help reduce the appearance, size, height, thickness, and color of scars for all skin types and color.
2.5 x 8 in; 6 x 20 cm – w/Self Adhesive Side
Recommended by plastic surgeons and dermatologists, Oleeva Scar Reduction Sheets are so thin, soft, and flexible, that you will forget that you’re wearing the latest technology for scar management. The outer surface of the sheet is covered with a silky fabric for a touch of elegance and optimal comfort.
Most importantly, the inner surface is made of a patented material called Silon, which is formed from a unique blend of silicone and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). The PTFE provides an internal reinforcing mechanism, thereby creating very thin sheets of soft silicone with significantly enhanced physical strength.
How to Use Oleeva Scar Treatment:
First wash your scars and hands.
Step 1: Remove the product from its package and, if necessary, trim the pieces to fit slightly beyond the edges of the scarred area.
Step 2: Peel away the paper protective liner (save for later use). Place the scar sheet — sticky side down – directly on the scarred area. Keep the scar sheet in place for at least 12 hours and up to 23 hours per day.
Step 3: At least once a day, wash the scarred area and the adhesive side of the scar sheet with mild soap and water. Rinse the product thoroughly to remove all traces of soap.
Step 4: Apply scar sheet to your skin or other clean surface while still wet and blot-dry the back surface using a cloth or towel. Between uses, store scar sheet on the paper protective liner. The silicone sheet should not be applied on open wounds.
- Arm Procedures
- Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)
- Arm Reduction
- New and old scars
- Scars following surgery, injury, trauma, burns
- Hypertrophic scars
- Keloid scars.