FAQs

Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about scar treatment

Does Contractubex® make the scar disappear completely?

No, a scar is permanent and will never disappear completely. However, Contractubex® significantly reduces the visibility of scars. It is important to continue treatment for longer periods of time (3-6 months).

When will I see the first signs of success with Contractubex®?

Scar treatment needs patience, as the injured skin takes time to heal. The first signs of treatment success with Contractubex® are usually experienced as reduced redness, relief of tension and less itching. Temporary itching is, however, often a sign that a scar is healing well, and should not cause immediate concern.

How long should I apply Contractubex® for?

To achieve the best possible results, apply Contractubex® 2 to 3 times daily for at least 3 months. You can continue the treatment up to a year, if necessary. Contractubex® is extremely well-tolerated, even in the course of long-term use.

Will I still be able to wear make-up during treatment with Contractubex®?

Certainly. You just need to make sure you apply Contractubex® anti-scar gel before putting on your make-up. This allows the active ingredients to be absorbed into the skin as well as possible.

Does Contractubex® work on older scars?

Yes, even scars that are over a year old can be treated. Some older scars dry out and become hard, in which case Contractubex® should be massaged in 3 times daily for at least 6 months. Contractubex® can also reduce a scar’s height and redness, and smooth the tissue so that your scar becomes less conspicuous. Combining Contractubex® with ultrasound therapy improves effectiveness.

Can children be treated with Contractubex® ?

Yes, of course. Even toddlers or babies can be treated. Contractubex® is very safe.

Is Contractubex® clinically proven to work?

Yes, the clinical efficacy of Contractubex® to prevent and treat scars has been proven by numerous clinical studies. Doctors recommend and prescribe Contractubex®.

Where can I buy Contractubex®?

You can buy Contractubex® from your pharmacist.