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PCCA PracaSil™-Plus


In a Research Study
of test subjects showed improved
scar texture/smoothness

Pediatric Skin Burn and Diaper Rash


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Facial Scarring


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Ankle Scar


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Skin Burn (Veterinary Use) on a Ball Python Snake


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PCCA PracaSil-Plus is a unique topical anhydrous silicone base that can be used alone or with various actives for potential use in formulations. The only compounding base designed for scars and other skin conditions, PracaSil-Plus is an ideal choice for use on all types of scar tissue, or any skin conditions that would benefit from barrier protection. PCCA has infused unique ingredients and technology into PracaSil-Plus, giving it potential soothing power, emolliency and mild penetration.

PCCA PracaSil-Plus may be used on:

  • Old Scars
  • New Scars
  • Surgical Scars
  • Stretch Marks


Download the Case Studies for PracaSil-Plus:

Case Study: Facial Scars PCCA PracaSil™-Plus

Case Study: Ankle Scars (Old & New) PCCA PracaSil™-Plus

Case Study: Snake Burn PCCA PracaSil™-Plus Veterinary

Case Study: Facial Burn & Diaper Rash PCCA PracaSil™-Plus Pediatrics

Case Study: Athletic Injury Treatment PCCA PracaSil™-Plus

Case Study: Ulcerated Leg Wound PCCA PracaSil™-Plus

Case Study: Radiation Burn Skin PCCA PracaSil™-Plus

Case Study: Third-Degree Burned Skin After Explosion

Case Study: Open Wound Burn After Radiation 

Case Study: Basal Cell Carcinoma Post-Surgical Scar **NEW**

Download the Technical Reports for PracaSil-Plus:

Technical Report: Efficacy of PracaSil™-Plus in the Improvement of Scar Appearance - Part 1

Technical Report: Efficacy of PracaSil™-Plus in the Improvement of Scar Appearance - Part 2

Technical Report: In Vitro Evaluation of the Safety Profile of PracaSil™-Plus on Human Melanoma Tissue

Journal Article

The beneficial effects of PracaSil-Plus have been published for the first time in the December 2014 issue of Dermatology and Therapy. The article, titled "Case Series: The Effectiveness of Fatty Acids from Pracaxi Oil in a Topical Silicone Base for Scar and Wound Therapy," details the results of a study performed on subjects with scars who used PracaSil-Plus. Improvements were seen at the end of the study period. Click to read the abstract online.