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Frequently Asked Questions

No. You should not use ALHYDRAN on open wounds, or skin perforated by stitches that has not yet healed. Start using ALHYDRAN immediately after wound closure.

Unlimited. Apply ALHYDRAN 3 times a day as long as the scar is active, or as often as the skin requires. A scar can remain active and cause complaints for up to 1.5-2 years. Use ALHYDRAN to prevent and treat abnormal scars.


  • Contains no parabens, aromas or fragrances
  • Contains no hormones
  • Is hypoallergenic
  • Is suitable for all skin types.

Do not use:

  • If there is an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients.
  • On open wounds, or skin perforated by stitches that has not yet healed.
  • On infected skin, chronic rash or other irritated skin.

No, ALHYDRAN does not spot, and is water-washable.

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • External use only.
  • Use only on healed, closed skin and not on open wounds.
  • Avoid direct contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
  • Do not use if packaging has been damaged or opened in transit.

No side-effects have been reported to date.

ALHYDRAN is hypoallergenic and contains no parabens or fragrances. It is suitable for all skin types.

  • Store at temperatures not exceeding 25°C.
  • See pack for expiry date.


  • Hypoallergenic
  • Paraben and fragrance free
  • Very mild

ALHYDRAN scar cream can be used indefinitely (for several years).

Learn more: ALHYDRAN instructions for use

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