Helps soften and flatten raised scars
Helps reduce redness, relieves itching and discomfort
Suitable for adults and children (Gel & UV 3 months+, Spray 12 months+)
Transparent and odourless (non-UV products)
Waterproof and flexible
Suitable for sensitive skin (non-UV products)
Can be used under make up
Day and night protection and treatment (with twice daily application)
For scars up to 4 years old
UV sun protection with SPF 30 (UV gel only)
How soon can I use KELO-COTE® after injury?
It is best to use KELO-COTE® after the wound has healed and there are no scabs remaining, or after your sutures are removed. With burns you need to wait until the skin has healed over.
Can I use it on old scars as well?
Yes, you can use it on both old scars up to 4 years’ old and new scars.
Is KELO-COTE® waterproof?
Yes, KELO-COTE® is waterproof.
Do I need to wash my scar before or after using KELO-COTE®?
Make sure your skin is clean and dry before applying KELO-COTE.
After your stitches, clips and dressings have been removed you should be able to wash normally.
Will people notice KELO-COTE® on my skin?
KELO-COTE® spray and gel are colourless and invisible when dry. KELO-COTE® UV is slightly cloudy due to the inclusion of the UV filters.
Will KELO-COTE® make my scar disappear?
KELO-COTE® advanced formula is designed to improve the physiological and cosmetic appearance of the scar. We cannot guarantee that it will make your scar disappear completely.
Is KELO-COTE® suitable for children?
Yes, KELO-COTE® is suitable for use on children from 3 months of age (Gel & UV 3 months+, Spray 12 months+).
How long do I need to use KELO-COTE® for to see an improvement?
The recommended minimum treatment time for KELO-COTE® is 60 to 90 days. If you continue to see improvement at the end of the 90 days you can continue treating your scar. For older scars it is likely that you will need to continue for longer than 90 days.
Does KELO-COTE® offer sun protection for my scar?
KELO-COTE® Scar Gel UV has added SPF 30 to help protect scars from the aggravating effects of the sun. It is important to reapply sun protection to the scar.