Silicone elastomer with self-healability can be developed by effectively constructing reversible dynamic bonds (i.e., covalent and non-covalent). Due to the low bond energy of dynamic bonds, the mechanical properties of the silicone elastomers are general poor. Besides, the self-healing silicone elastomers are usually not transparent due to their compatibility. To solve this problem, colourless and transparent sulfhydryl silicone oils (PDMS–SH) are firstly prepared by hydrolysis-condensation reaction. Then a transparent silicone elastomer with fast UV curing rate and excellent self-healability can be prepared by reversible-irreversible hybrid dual-crosslinked networks which is constructed by the photo-induced click reaction of PDMS-SH and vinyl-terminated silicone oil (VPS), as well as the thermal reversible dynamic cross-linked network of carboxyl- and amino-modified silicone oil. If the irradiation intensity is 70 mW/cm2, the dosage of Darocur1173 is 1.0 wt.% and the molar ratio of –SH/–Vi is 1.5/1, the thiol-ene photopolymerization has high conversion and rate of polymerization, and will not be affected by ion cross-linked network. The increasement of ion cross-linked network can effectively reduce the activation energy Ea and is favorable for the stress relaxation. Meanwhile, movement, dissociation and recombination of dynamic ion reversible network, as well as the formation of dual network structure can be benefited from heat treatment, so the improvement of healing efficiency will be more easily achieved. Importantly, the prepared silicone elastomer with a transmittance of 93% in visible light and healing efficiency over ~90 % after multiple healing cycles can be acquired, Therefore, a feasible approach is provided to impart reversible ionic association induced self-healing silicone materials.