Dermatix Ultra Gel

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Dermatix is ​​a topical medication used to effectively reduce scarring. Dermatix Ultra Gel is an innovative silicone gel technology including cyclopentasiloxane (CPX) – which provides a soft and smooth taste.

The CPX allows scars/wounds to dry quickly. It also gives improved durability, and wash-off resistance, as well as excellent spreadability.

The gel contains vitamin C Ester, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, which is a new active lipid form of Pro-Vitamin C with non-irritating neutral pH.

A scientific research supports the use of vitamin C which has photoprotection benefits and relieves skin hyperpigmentation. The absorption and clinical effect of vitamin C in Dermatix Ultra gel is yet unclear. 

Scars are usually red or darker compared to the surrounding normal skin. Other characteristics are dry, raised, itchy, and painful. Regular and proper use of Dermatix will help lighten, soften and flatten scars

Dermatix Dosage Considerations

Use of Dermatix gel is quick and easy. To get the most benefit, follow the directions for use below: 

  • Clean the affected area with mild soap and water, then pat dry.
  • Apply the gel (about the size of a corn kernel) on the end of the scar and apply a thin layer all over the affected area. A pea-sized is enough to cover a 6-inch scar.
  • Let it dry for about 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Once dry, you can cover Dermatix gel with cosmetics or sunscreen.
  • Apply the gel twice a day in the morning and evening only on clean, dry, and intact skin.
  • Use Dermatix for two months. You can continue to use this medicine as long as you still see improvement in the scar.
  • Get the best results with the Dermatix treatment for new scars within 3 months as soon as the scar heals and closes up. For example, surgical wounds usually occur 10 to 14 days after surgery.

How Dermatix Works

Dermatix works by forming a protective layer over the scar to help the natural healing process without being exposed to other harmful chemicals.

This medicine can be used in children. Here’s how it works in treating scars:

  • If it takes a long time for the wound to heal, the water lost from the wound will increase. In order to prevent more water loss, the body will produce more collagen to reduce recovery time
  • When your body produces excess collagen, the scars will appear raised and thickened.
  • As long as you treat dry and healed wounds with Dermatix, the Cyclopentasiloxane silicone polymer (CPX) content will form a protective layer on the scar to prevent the loss of excess transepidermal fluid.
  • Controlled transepidermal fluids will stop your body from producing excess collagen. This helps flatten and soften the scars So that the scar feels flatter, softer, and faded.
  • In addition, the vitamin C Ester content in Dermatix can help fade the color of scars.

Guidelines for Dermatix

Dermatix is ​​can be used to remove scars and it is easy to use. Follow the directions to use Dermatix below:

  • Apply Dermatix to the scar – see the instructions for use on the product package, leaflet, or as directed by your doctor.
  • Apply the gel liquid (the size of a corn grain), then apply it once to the scar
  • Use Dermatix twice a day to treat scars.
  • Use it regularly.
  • Monitor progress after three months of use for best results.
  • Keep the medicine away from children.
  • Dispose of the medicine if the gel liquid has changed color, smells, and expired. Ask your pharmacist or doctor for new medicine. 

What is Dermatix Used For

Dermatix works on scars caused by a variety of causes – which may include scars from surgery, burns, scratches, insect bites, etc. The scars can be large, thick, dry, raised, and can appear dark or red in color and may be itchy or even painful.

Indications for topical Dermatix include:

  • Flatten, smooth, and fade scars caused by wounds caused by surgery, burns, scratches, insect bites, and others.
  • Topical Dermatix is ​​easy to use, dries quickly, and odorless.
  • It is formulated with the innovative CPX (Cyclopentasiloxane) – which flattens and smoothes scars, and vitamin C Ester that helps fade the color of scars, giving the best results.
  • With a high-quality formula that provides a soft sensation and waterproof, and can be applied over with cosmetics, skincare products, or sunscreen

Regulates Collagen Production

Dermatix supports the body’s natural healing process by protecting the scars and regulating collagen production to prevent scar formation. 

Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body – accounting for about one-third of its protein composition. It is one of the main components of bones, skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Collagen is also found in many other parts of the body, including blood vessels, cornea, and teeth.

The four nutrients that help with collagen production are vitamin C, proline, glycine and copper. In addition, consuming high quality protein gives your body the amino acids it needs

Reducing Scars and Minor Keloids

Dermatix has more than 85% success rate in softening and diminishing raised scars. This means it manages to flatten and reduce raised scars, as well as minor keloids.

Keloid scars are usually raised above your skin – they can be pink, red, the same color or darker than surrounding skin. Keloids can develop after minor skin damage, such as acne spots or piercings and spread beyond the original area of skin damage. 

Keloid scars are more common on the upper chest, shoulders, head (especially the earlobes after piercing), and the neck, but they can occur anywhere. Anyone can get a keloid scar.


Several precautions before using Dermatix Ultra Gel include: 

  • It should not be applied to open or wet wounds.
  • It should not be placed in contact with mucous membranes or applied too close to the eyes.
  • It should not be used simultaneously with other skin medications without a doctor’s prescription

List of Dermatix Side Effects

Generally, Dermatix Ultra gel does not cause irritation, redness, or pain. In case of side effects, talk to your pharmacist or doctor right away to get the right treatment.

Make an appointment with your doctor or pharmacist through Smarter Health to find to find out more about the recommended dosage for Dermatix. 

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