XScar introduces xscar kids




Xscar Kids combines silicone gel with antioxidants, hydrating oils and vitamin E to create an optimal wound healing environment for all ages. 

Developed by a dermatologist and a plastic surgeon to significantly reduce the appearance of acne scars, surgical scars, cuts and burns. Clear application that is non-greasy. 100% satisfaction guarantee. 

"I had a Dermatofibroma removed from my shoulder, which left a scar in a visible area. I purchased this cream with the hopes of fading it, and it far exceeded my expectations - it looks like nothing was ever there at all!"

- Jessica S, Customer since April, 2017.

MEDical advisory board

We are a team of physicians board certified in dermatology, facial plastic surgery and plastic surgery. 


Dr. Shari Reitzen is a board certified facial plastic surgeon practicing in both New York and New Jersey.  She practices reconstructive and aesthetic facial plastic surgery in private practice in addition to clinical research and educational duties.  She is a clinical assistant professor at both Hackensack and NYU Langone Medical Center.



Every wound on human skin results in a scar.  It is the final stage of the healing process.  The appearance of a scar depends on many variables beyond our control including body site, depth of injury and genetics.  It also depends on some factors that we can control, most importantly proper wound care throughout the various stages of healing.  
This is where ScarlessMD comes in. 

How a Wound Heals

How a Wound Heals

Wound healing occurs in 3 stages:

the inflammatory stage, the proliferative phase and the remodeling phase

The inflammatory stage occurs during the first 5-6 days, followed by the proliferative stage lasting up to 4 weeks and then scar remodeling which spans from 4 weeks and takes years.

Immediately after an injury, the initial response is bleeding.  The body’s response to bleeding, called hemostasis, stops the bleeding and starts the healing by attracting an army of inflammatory cells.  These cells begin to build the framework for new blood vessels, collagen and skin formation.

The inflammatory phase leads to the proliferative phase.  In the proliferative stage, cells called fibroblasts lay down the foundation for new skin.  Blood vessels are built and then new skin cells migrate in to rebuild.  
After the proliferative stage, the wound undergoes constant alterations, known as remodeling.  In remodeling, collagen is broken down and rebuilt.  The wound may contract and tighten. Remodeling is an ongoing, long-term process that ultimately determines how a scar looks and feels.

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After cleared and instructed by your doctor, (usually 1-2 weeks after suture removal), begin by applying a generous coat of Xscar lotion to the affected area.  Gently massage into the area and repeat this process for a total of 3x a day.   After 1 month, increase the strength of the massage and apply a circular motion with your finger or applicator.  Ideally, you would apply and massage the gel in 3x a day for 3 minutes each time.   This may help reduce the thickness and the red color of your scar over the course of the scar maturation (typically 6-12 months after injury).  We recommend you continue using Xscar consistently for one year to maximize your results.  


We recommend using a sunblock (spf 30 with Zinc) when outside for a prolonged time or to wear protective clothing.  Make sure to reapply after excessive sweating or swimming.


For external use only.  Keep out of eyes.  Rinse with water to remove.  Stop use and ask a doctor if rash occurs.  Keep out of reach of children.