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Generic Mederma Advanced Scar Gel with Allantoin

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Generic Mederma Advanced Scar Gel with Allantoin helps protect, soothe, and soften your skin by reducing the appearance of scars. By helping the wound healing process, Scar Gel is specifically formulated to reduce scars from acne, burns, injury and surgery.

1.25 oz (35 g) tube. Made in USA. 

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FREE shipping for orders over $35


Generic Mederma Advanced Scar Gel with Allantoin helps protect, soothe, and soften your skin by reducing the appearance of scars. By helping the wound healing process, Scar Gel is specifically formulated to reduce scars from acne, burns, injury and surgery.

1.25 oz (35 g) tube. Made in USA. 


Is There A Cheaper Alternative to Mederma Advanced Scar Gel?

Yes! Scar Gel with Allantoin is FDA-approved as a Generic Mederma. This means that it provides the same scar reducing benefits as Mederma Advanced Scar Gel using the same medical ingredients.

Generic Mederma Advanced Scar Gel Drug Facts

Learn more at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website here. Use as directed.


Relief Of

Helps soften & smooth scars

Helps soften & smooth scars

Protects and relieves chapped or cracked skin

Protects and relieves chapped or cracked skin

At a Glance

Not for deep or puncture wounds
Not for animal bites
Not for serious burns
Keep out of reach of children

Goodbye Scars

Generic Mederma Advanced Scar Gel

With Curist, pay less than half the price to buy big brand Mederma Advanced Scar Gel for the same strength ingredients. Try our cheaper Mederma alternative without sacrificing quality. 

Doctor Pro Tip

“The new proprietary onion extract gel is safe and significantly improves scar appearance after four weeks of once-daily application.”

The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, 2012