EltaMD Silver Gel AntiMicrobial



 EltaMD SilverGel is a clear, amorphous antimicrobial wound gel containing 55 ppm silver. EltaMD SilverGel is designed to provide a moist healing environment and to help control bioburden.

  • Prevents bacterial growth
  • Promotes healthy wound healing
  • Provides broad-spectrum antimicrobial protection for high-risk or infected wounds with light to moderate exudate.
  • Absorbs up to equal its volume of wound exudate
  • Viscosity allows full antimicrobial contact with entire wound bed.
  • Remains clear while in use and will not discolor or stain tissue.
  • Provides sustained and effective silver ion release for three days plus (proven by comprehensive testing).
  • Applies easily and remains in wound bed.
  • Non-cytotoxic and water-soluble.


Ideal For: All skin types

Size: 1 oz / 29.6 mL

How to Use

1. Cleanser wound. 2. Apply generous amount of EltaMD SilverGel directly onto the affected site or apply as directed by physician. 3. May be covered with a dressing when directed by physician. 4. Repeat as necessary to prevent/deter infection and to keep wound moist.


Purified Water, Glycerin, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Sodium Chloride, Silver Nitrate, Diethanolamine

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
emma p
love this product

never breaks me out & keep my skin barrier moisturized at all times


I wish it was the miracle healing product that I saw reviews made it out to be. However, it's just okay. It didn't help calm down acne nor did I really see it accelerate healing. Maybe I'll give it another go.

Karen Simpkins

Silver has long been a healing product. I witnessed it with my husbands leg amputation at which time I was ALSO seriously injured and used this product to avoid potentially losing my lower leg! TOGETHER we would hardly h ave made 1 person! I plan to advise my sister about its availability here as she is battling Lymphedema, a potentially deadly condition in which a really minor, tiny cut can make you septic in a few hours! And DEAD! She has to wash and clean her lower leg and foot + massage it to keep lymph moving to avoid ELEPHANTITIS! Compression also EXTREMELY important. IF YOUR LEGS ARE SWELLING P L E A S E see a doctor ASAP! Lymph is part of the circulatory but has no way to circulate unless YOU move it via walking or miserable machines. Often a side problem in the arms for women who have been victorious over breast cancer. PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR BODY, Ladies!