Scar Treatment

General Scars

Hypertrophic bulging scars like hypertrophic and keloid scars can be treated in various ways, one of which is a wound membrane dissipating injection. Plastic and laser surgery can also be performed in case of large affected regions in order to prevent scars from becoming thick again. After the wound has closed completely, apply scar treatment products or silicone sheets onto the scar.

Hypotrophic for those dimpled scars, scar care products are recommended to deflate them to normal condition. However, laser surgery and subcision are suggested for deeply dimpled scars in order to boost new collagen production around affection area. Filler injections are another highly effective option for treatment.

Acne Scars

Appropriate acne scar treatment products are therefore necessary for the treatment of acne scars as well as the prevention of new acne formation, particularly at the same area where the existing acne scars are healing. Thus, existing acne scars can be fully treated and have the potential to help mitigate the chance of acne scar formation.

Active Ingredients to Look For

MPS (Mucopolysaccharide Polysulphate) is recognized by many as the most vital ingredient scar care. It helps to revitalize your skin back to fine and smooth condition. MPS will also increase the production of substitute collagen and elastin that will elevate the moisture-holding rate of inner layers of skin and will also soften scars.

Allium Cepa will decrease surplus fibroblast, collagen and tissue which normally lead to excessively thick scars. These two substances, combined with the right mixture of other essential items, will help rearrange new cells correctly and will help heal troubled skin naturally