Film Forming Wound Dressing for Sensitive Skin
Immediate application after treatments such as fractional laser procedures, chemical peels, micro-needling, radiofrequency procedures, microdermabrasion, intense pulse light (IPL) rejuvenation therapy.
Stratacel speeds up the healing process, resulting in patient satisfaction and reduced downtime. This leads to more comfortable post-procedure care and is easy to apply at home. It does not adhere strongly to the newly formed granulating tissue.
Stratacel is an advanced transparent, semi-occlusive wound dressing to be used following fractional rejuvenation procedures. It was developed with a lower viscosity which makes it easier to spread and remove
Stratacel was designed to adhere gently to the existing epidermis making it the ideal post-procedure dressing for fractional skin injuries.
Stratacel dries to form a thin, full contact and flexible protective dressing that ensures constant contact with the damaged skin
The semi-occlusive, water-resistant film adheres gently to the wound in the epidermis to improve hydration and protects the injured skin. It mimics an intact epidermis preventing TEWL while allowing the change of gases. Stratacel is bacteriostatic to protect the compromised skin from chemical and microbial invasion. It is also inert and does not affect the acid mantle
Provides a soothing effect by relieving itching, burning, and discomfort as well as reducing redness and swelling
- You may keep Stratacel in the refrigerator for a “cooling and soothing effect”.
- To reduce the risk of skin reactions, Stratacel should be applied as the first contact layer.
- Should your skin feel dry or tight you may reapply Stratacel. If required, additional moisturisers may be applied on top.
- Stratacel is compatible with secondary dressings.
- Once dry, Stratacel can be covered with sunscreen and cosmetics.
- Stratacel should not be placed in contact with the eyes.
- Stratacel should not be applied over topical medications unless advised by your physician.
- Stratacel may stain clothing if not completely dry. If staining occurs, dry cleaning should be able to remove it without damaging the fabric.
- For correct storage please reclose the tube tightly with the cap.
- Should your wound show signs of infection or fail to heal after 30 days of initial product application consult your physician.
- If irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult your physician.
- Not suitable for highly exudative wounds, tunneling wounds, or 3rd-degree burns.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Do not use after the expiration (EXP) date printed on the tube. The expiration (EXP) date does not change once the tube has been opened.
- Do not use if the tube is damaged.
- For external use only
Step 1: prepare your skin
Ensure that the affected skin or superficial wound is clean. Gently pat dry as much excess exudate or wound fluid from the area as possible prior to the gel application.
Step 2: Apply Stratacel
Apply a very thin layer of Stratacel directly on the affected area and allow the gel to dry.
Step 3: Allow Gel to dry w the gel to dry
When applied correctly, Stratacel should be dry in 5-6 minutes.
If it takes longer to dry, you have probably applied too much. Gently remove any excess gel with a tissue or paper towel and allow the drying process to continue. Remember: a little amount of gel goes a long way.
Step 3: You are ready to go
Once dry, Stratacel can be covered with clothes, sunscreen, or cosmetics.