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Scar Reduction Therapy

Do you have scars you'd prefer to not have?

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Scars from caesarean and other surgery

Scars tell a story of damaged skin and an event that caused a trauma to the body. But scarring indicates that the wound has healed so in that sense, it's like your body is telling you it's put the past behind to move on.

But the body and the mind are two different creatures.  While physical scarring is rarely a health concern, scars can affect one's confidence, especially if they are seen by others.

Caesarean scars and scars from other surgeries as in this right image are unlikely to ever go away completely, but with regular treatment they will fade and the skin look more normal. But we get scarred from so many activities and accidents that leave scars on or face and limbs, and these are the ones the benefit most from treatment.

To have a scar anywhere on the body is a symbol of life experience and especially women often have scars from pregnancy and childbirth. Many women feel stigmatised by such scars whereas they should really feel pride in the fact that they have facilitated bringing a new life in the world.

But regardless of where a scar happens to be and how bad it is, over time a great many scars will completely heal to the point where they become indiscernible.

Scars: The Why and The How

Scars form when skin has been traumatized. The greater severity of the injury, the more likely the scar will be prominent. Common causes of scars include:

  • acne
  • chicken pox
  • burns
  • injury
  • surgery
  • child-birth by caesarian section
  • striae, better known as stretch marks, are a common form of scarring caused by pregnancy and being overweight, though scarring can take many shapes and be substantially more noticeable than the thin striations of stretch marks.

When skin is damaged, it goes through a four-stage healing process characterized by:

  • Hemostasis - During which blood clots over the wound
  • Inflammation - When the body removes bacteria, foreign particles and damaged cells from the wound
  • Proliferation - The point at which skin cells spread, covering the wound which is a key role in the healing process
  • Remodeling - When the scar forms, with the new collagen matrix formed and cross-linked

This is a simplified telling of the scarring process, of course, and these stages can overlap at various points. Depending on the origin and severity of the injury, a scar can take two years to develop.

To visibly fade a scar, it helps to treat the wound while it's still fresh and the area is still recovering.

At the time of the injury or the surgery, there is structural damage to the skin and underlying tissues. This damage is often accompanied by bruising and a disruption in the circulation of bodily fluids. To help minimise the damage and maintain the health of the undamaged tissues, as soon as any wound dressings are removed, begin to gently massage the entire region of body.

Very gentle massage helps to maintain blood circulation into the injured area and because blood carries essential nutrients for building new body tissues, this actually facilitates the healing process. Where there is bruising, and bruising is congealed blood inside the tissues, the bruising fades more rapidly.

Any massage the body and especially to injured areas should always feel pleasant and the more of the body that is massaged, the more the healing process is supported. For instance, if you had a deep cut into one calf muscle, a complete full body massage with special and very gentle attention to the injured area creates a general sense of well-being as well as accelerating recovery from the injury.

One must be cautious when the wound is open and moist that no massage oil or any contaminant compromises the wound. But once the wound has skinned over, the regularity of massage to the injured area can be increased. In fact his soon as this car has formed, massaging every day is advisable to help the circulation in the area as well as to nourish the new skin.

While you can use almost any edible oil or cream for massage, a massage oil containing a high percentage of vitamin E and essential fatty acids helps skin to regenerate quickly.  You can also use specialist products like Dermefface FX7 Scar Reduction Therapy Cream to improve your chance of minimizing the scar.

What to Look For in a Scar Treatment Cream

Scar treatment creams are products that incorporate antioxidants and botanicals with patented peptides like ProCollOne+ to stimulate natural collagen production, slough off dead skin cells and replace them with healthy, normal and, notably, undamaged skin cells.

A scar removing cream involves the subcutaneous, dermis and epidermis tissue. Working with the skin's 28-day regeneration process, it's designed to strike a delicate balance between the skin-strengthening collagen I and the skin-healing collagen III.

The latter point cannot be understated, because too much collagen can add size and discolouration to an already developing scar. Yet if there's not enough collagen as the scar develops, the scar will be vulnerable to reinjury.

To achieve this balance of collagen production, it's advisable to choose a scar reduction cream formulated with patented peptides, such as ProCollOne+, which is clinically proven to stimulate natural collagen production by up to 1,190%.

Also consider that antioxidants and natural moisturizers, including niacinamide, beta glucan and hydrolyzed soybean fiber can gently expedite the skin regeneration process, for optimum skin health and a vibrancy that can't be achieved with laser treatments or steroids.

Should you be interested in a scar removing cream, consider Dermefface FX7 Scar Reduction Therapy by Skinception, which in addition to meeting the prerequisites described above, is reported to show visible reduction of scars after just four weeks of use though some scars require many months of daily treatment before they become invisible and they always become invisible to friends and family before they become invisible to the owner.

Please also note that the larger the scar, the longer it will take to fade away.

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