Unwanted scarring on your face or body – What can you do?

Most people have at least one scar somewhere on their body (i) so you are not alone. Scars can be caused by a number of factors including surgery, wounds, burns and scalds.

KELO-COTE® would like to hear from people around the world who have suffered with scarring. In collaboration with talkhealth, KELO-COTE® have created a short survey focused on the issues faced by people living with scarring.

We will be giving away 200 x KELO-COTE® gel 6 g samples to participants chosen at random who complete this survey which you can enter here. The survey will run from 25th September – 25th November 2017.

KELO-COTE® is a patented formulation, non-invasive scar treatment.


• An advanced formula silicone gel that is a clinically proven scar care. Kelo-cote helps smooth, soften and flatten scars.
• Its available in gel and spray format which is ideal for burn scars or hard-to-reach areas. There is also a UV gel formula with the added protection of SPF 30.
• It’s suitable for use on children and adults.

KELO-COTE® has been clinically proven to help reduce redness, flatten and diminish the appearance of raised or coloured scars, along with relieving itching and discomfort.

(i) NHS Choices UK (August 2017)
(ii) Fulton JE.Dermatol Surg 1995;21:947-951
(iii) Quinn KL. Et al. Burns 1985 ; 12 :102-108
(iv) Signorini M, Clementoni MT. Aesth Plast Surg 2007;31: 183-187

AL/2828/08.17/0.001 . Date of prep: August 2017

T&C: Survey is open from 25.09.2017 – 25.11.2017. The survey is open to those aged 16 and over. If any winner is under 18, parental consent must be obtained before the prize is awarded. Survey is open to UK residents only. Prize will be 6g tube of Kelo-cote gel. 200 prizes available. Survey is run in collaboration with Kelo-cote.

Please see talkhealth‘s full terms and conditions here.



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