Si-Aid Giveaway!

Burn Wound Giveaway Si-Aid Wound Care Wound Dressing

Si-Aid Giveaway at SM Health Care Sdn Bhd

We’re giving away Si-Aid to lucky winners!

How To Win?

  1. Go to our Facebook/Instagram Shop.
  2. Like or Save: SI-AID Silicone-Faced Dressing product.
  3. Comment “I want Si-Aid” on our Giveaway post on SM Health Care Sdn Bhd Facebook/Instagram.

Si-Aid Giveaway at SM Health Care Sdn Bhd and how to win

Made in Japan, Si-Aid is a silicone gel mesh wound dressing with mild peel technology. This makes it excellent for any wound with fragile skin – burn wounds, diabetic wounds, bedsores, etc. Apart from that, its silicone material makes it effective in reducing scarring – making it a favourite among those who’ve had C-sections, and undergoing skin grafting or plastic surgery.

Read this blog post for our favourite key benefits of Si-Aid. And if you’re curious about our favourite uses of Si-Aid, read this blog post.

Si-Aid, silicone gel mesh wound dressing, made in Japan, available at SM Health Care Sdn Bhd

To participate in our Giveaway on Facebook, click here.

To participate in our Giveaway on Instagram, click here.

Giveaway ends on the 20th of July 2022, 11.59 p.m.
Winners will be announced on the 22nd of July 2022.
Participants must be residing in Malaysia.

This giveaway is not in affiliation with Facebook or Instagram.


Older Post Newer Post


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published

Related Posts

What Is Si-Aid For?
What Is Si-Aid For?
Si-Aid is a silicone gel mesh wound dressing that adheres flexibly and softly to the human skin. It is mild peel, does n
Read More
What Is Si-Aid & Why Should You Care?
What Is Si-Aid & Why Should You Care?
“SI” is short for “silicone”, and “AID” is, well, aid. The whole idea is to aid your wound with a wound dressing that’s
Read More
Peeing In Pee-eace with Reynard Premier Disinfectant Wipes
Peeing In Pee-eace with Reynard Premier Disinfectant Wipes
Did you know that you may encounter various germs on your toilet seat including fecal bacteria, influenza, streptococcus
Read More