Do you have a scar from an accident, surgery or burn?

A hypertrophic scar, what’s that?

A hypertrophic scar is a permanent change in the appearance of the skin as a result of damage repaired with collagen. The symptoms of this scarring process include itching, hyperaesthesia (tingling sensation), pain and/or incapacity.

The scarring process has different stages:


Inflammatory stage Increase in blood flow, forming a scab on the surface.


Proliferative stage Fibrin and collagen accumulate.


Remodelling stage The collagen is reabsorbed and the fibres along the scar line remain.


Diminishes your scar

Cicapost ISDIN crema cicatrizante

After an accident, surgery, sutured wound or burn, the skin needs to re-establish the dermis and decrease the risks of improper scarring.

Cicapost helps repair post-scar tissue, improves elasticity, evens out skin tone and controls the itching of scars.

Cicapost promotes recovery of the sensitive skin after irritations and hypodermic alterations with its formula featuring dexpanthenol and madecassic acid with a highly cosmetic texture.

How to use: Apply to clean skin 3 times daily with a gentle massage until fully absorbed. Do not apply to open wounds.See more.

Active ingredients that promote healing of scars

Cicapost contains active ingredients that help repair and foster healing, preventing possible infection:

Rosehip oilRegenerates and improves elasticity of the skin.

Gotu kola triterpenesPromotes healing, firming and moisturising.

NicotinamideAnti-inflammatory, improves skin tone.

GlycerineMoisturising action.

DexpanthenolSoothes itching and reduces pigmentation, strengthens the skin’s barrier action, regenerates and moisturises.

Dextran sodium sulphateAnti-oedema, anti-exudative and anti-coagulation properties.

Vitamin E acetateAntioxidant. Regenerates the conjunctive tissue, anti-inflammatory properties. uses cookies to guarantee the best experience for the user. If you continue browsing, we consider did you agree to their use. For more information see our COOKIES POLICY