INJURY & ACNE SCARS
When skin is damaged, either by surgery or injury, and unsightly scar can result. Early treatment starting as soon as the wound has healed can tremendously reduce the scar that is left.
A keloid is a thickened scar in which there is overgrowth of scar tissue and collagen beyond the borders of the original scar.
Keloids can be itchy or painful for some individuals. Raised or hypertrophic scars and keloids can be helped with Scarguard® Repair Liquid and Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets. Both products are designed to flatten and shrink raised scars.
A hypertrophic scar is a raised scar, but does not extend beyond the original injury site like a keloid. Like keloids, they form most often at the sites of pimples, body piercings, cuts and burns.
Raised or hypertrophic scars can be treated with Scarguard® Repair Liquid and Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets. Both products are designed to flatten and shrink raised scars.
Burn Scars & Scar Contractures
Burn scars can vary from very mild scars to very thick or deep scars and can be very disfiguring. In some cases, the scars tighten and may limit normal mobility. This is called a contracture.
Scarguard® Repair Liquid can help guard against the formation of excess scar tissue after the burn has completely healed. It can also help reduce excess scar tissue in an old burn scar if it is thick or raised. if your scar is limiting motion, it will require medical attention as well.
Acne scars are usually a combination of small areas of raised scarring and sunken scarring. the sunken pock marks are due to damage to the collagen, fat and other tissues below the skin.
Acne scars can be both raised and sunken. If you have raised and irritated acne scars, Scarguard® Repair Liquid can help. Try Scarguard on a small test area and see how it works for you over a few days. We believe you will see a tremendous improvement. If your acne scar is discolored, you may want to use Scarguard Repair Liquid with Scarguard Lightening Serum to fade and lighten the scar. if your acne is still active, it should be brought under control by a dermatologist to prevent additional scarring from forming.