Healing Surgery Scars

Scars need not be an inevitable part of a cosmetic surgery procedure.

There are ways to minimise the appearance of scarring and ways for healing surgery scars.

Skin Health Hub Cosmetic Surgery Healing Surgery ScarsHow a scar develops

Internal and external factors come into play, so the way in which a scar develops will differ for everyone. Your genes will determine how quickly or slowly your body can produce new cells and collagen for instance. If the latter is the case, then scars will tend to be more prominent and will take longer to heal.

Scars also form more quickly depending on the location of the wound. Typically the chin, jaw, neck, shoulders, chest and upper back are areas where the skin is thinner compared to other locations on the body.

Scar Prevention

If you are concerned about scarring prior to your surgery, as part of your consultation, discuss scar prevention with your Surgeon. Your surgeon can take steps to help prevent scarring at the point of closing the wound based on the suture they use and by their technique of minimizing tension when suturing.

The topical application of scar-treatment products in the form of creams, gels or ointments post-surgery can also promote faster wound healing by drastically decreasing the initial redness at the scar line and by decreasing the vertical height of the scar.

Scar Esthetique, is one such product on the market that helps reduce the appearance, size, height, thickness, and color of scars for all skin types and color. Scar Esthetique is available as an ointment and when applied 3-4 times daily over your scar results can be seen in as little as 72 hours up to 3 months.

Scar Esthetique is the first to include Glucosamine, which helps increase the skin’s support structure, improve skin tone, and reduce the appearance of fine lines. This is done at the cellular level and helps in treating scars. Glucosamine, Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Coenzyme Q-10, Onion Extract, Vitamins C, D & E, Arnica, Allantoin are just a few of the powerful ingredients found in this unique product.

For a full list of key ingredients visit: http://skinhealthshop.com/products/cosmetic-surgery/post-surgery-healing-products/scar-esthetique-scar-reduction-cream/

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