C-section silicone sheet

In order to reduce or prevent abnormal scarring after a caesarean section, we have introduced Scarban C-Section. It is a specially pre-shaped silicone sheet which provides optimal and effective scar aftercare.

  • Actively reduce scars

  • For new and old scars

  • Evidence based

Scarban C-Section

Scar treatment after C-Section

Scarban C-section is silicone scar therapy specially developed for C-Section aftercare.

  • Elastic and self-adhesive
  • 100% medical grade silicone
  • Washable
  • UV protection (UPF 50)
  • For all skin types
  • Durable in use
  • Safe and easy to use 1-4
scarban c-section silicone sheet

Scarban C-Section Recovery Kit

Scarban C-Section silicone sheets are supplied in a handy C-Section Recovery Kit, so that you can perform the scar treatment independently.

The Scarban C-section Recovery Kit contains

  • Scarban C-section silicone sheet
  • Mild silicone sheet cleaning and maintenance soap
  • Information leaflet with instructions for use
scarban c-sestion silicone sheet kit

Silicone scar therapy is the gold standard

The International Scar Management guidelines are clear 1-4

Silicone scar therapy is

  • The preferred therapy for both prevention and treatment of scars
  • A proven, non-invasive option for scar therapy
  • Evidence-based recommendations
  • Safe and easy to use


silicone therapy gold standard


1. Niessen, F. et al. Topical Silicone Sheet Application in the Treatment of Hypertrophic Scars and Keloids.
Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology (2016) 9(10): 28-35

2. Monstrey, S. et al. Updated scar management practical guidelines: non-invasive and invasive measures.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery (2014) 67: 1017-1025

3. Mustoe, T.A. et al. International Recommendations on Scar Management.
Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (2002) 110(2): 560-571

4. Meaume, S. et al. Management of scars: updated practical guideline and use of silicones.
European Journal of Dermatology (2014) 24(4): 435-43

5. Gauglitz, G. et al. Hypertrophic Scarring and Keloids: Pathomechanisms and Current and Emerging Treatment Strategies.
Molecular Medicine (2011) Jan-Feb; 17(1-2)113-125

Scarban c-section

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