Allocepa ® Cream

Silicon Dioxide, Onion Extract, Avocado Oil, Allantoin, Salicylic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Green Tea Extract, Panthenol.
Allocepa Cream  is made with natural ingredients that are scientifically Proven for:
-    Decreases fibroblasts proliferation and decrease growth factors release  
     so reduces excessive scarring.
-    Stimulates collagenase release to normalize collagen production.
-    Anti-inflammatory activity.
-    Loosening of collagen structure and improvement of scar elasticity.
-    Prevents itching, erythema and pain.
-    Has a protective effect against U.V. rays so it prevents the scar from be
    coming darker & thicker.

-    Hypertrophic scars.                -    Keloidal scars.                    -    Burn scars.                    -    Scars with contracture.        -    Acne scars.                        -    Radiation scars.                -    Hairline scars.                    -    Surgical scars.                    -    Contoured step scars.        -    Suture channel scars.            -    Scar dehiscence.                -    Atrophic scars.
Only contraindicated in those patients with a history of hypersensitivity to any of the components of the preparation.
Should not be used on open or ulcerated wounds (approximately used after 7-10 days from the wound occurrence).

Side Effects:
Rare skin reaction.

Apply on scar site from 3 to 4 times daily for 2-6 months or until the scar has almost disappeared.
Put a thin layer of Allocepa cream and massage in one direction away from the center of the scar for 3 min. at least.
To improve efficacy put a compression plaster on scar area after apply and massage with Allocepa.

Presentation and Storage:
Tube of 50 gm.e. Cream.
Store at room temperature.
Keep reach out of children.

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Allocepa ® Cream

  • Brand: Skin Care
  • Product Code: Cream
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $10.00

  • Ex Tax: $10.00
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