How to Choose a Scar Treatment Cream?



Dermefface FX7 Scar Reduction Therapy is a scar treatment cream formulated with active natural ingredients, moisturizers and patented peptides like ProCollOne+ to interact with the skin’s 28-day regeneration process. It stimulates collagen production. It facilitates skin regeneration by stimulation the production of healthy skin cells to replace those dead skin cells that are been pushed out to the skin surface.
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A scar results from the biologic process of wound repair in the skin and other tissues of the body. While physical scars are not life threatening, but it can affect a person’s confidence. Those unflattering scars can cause a woman to feel uneasy in front of her lover during those intimate moments in the bedroom.


If you are concerned about your scars and are looking for a scar removal treatment, you may ask yourself: What is the best scar treatment? Is there any scar treatment without surgery? How can I effectively get rid of scars?


A scar treatment cream can fade scars and prevent the expansion of those that are still in formation; help in lessening the itch sometimes associated with the new skin formation; protecting the important moisture balance of the skin; and neutralizing the discoloration sometimes created by the new skin growth. Having said that, a developing scar, typically within the first six months of the wound, stands the best chance of dramatic fading.


Why and How Scars Form


Scars form when the dermis (deep, thick layer of skin) has been damaged. The body produces new collagen fibers (a naturally occurring protein in the body) to mend the damage, resulting in a scar.


The new scar tissue will have a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue. The greater severity of the injury, the more likely the scar will be prominent.


The normal healing process results in the formation of a scar. Scars form because of scrapes, burns, cuts, and punctures. They may also result from surgery, child-birth by caesarean section, infection, or chicken pox.


Even acne may cause scarring. Most skin injuries result in some level of scarring, even when damage is minor. In some cases, however, scarring may be so slight that it is barely noticeable.


Striae, better known as stretch marks, are a common form of scarring caused by pregnancy, 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 this stage, bleeding stops and blood changes from a liquid to a solid state resulting in the formation of blood clots over the wound


Inflammation – This is the stage when the body removes bacteria, foreign particles and damaged cells from the wound. Including the formation of blood clots, this stage can last from 2 to 5 days.


Proliferation – This stage can last from 2 days to 3 weeks, during which skin cells spread, covering the wound. These skin cells play a key role in the healing process


Remodeling – This stage can last from 3 weeks to 2 years, with the new collagen matrix forms and links to the surrounding tissue. This results in the formation of scar.


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 is better to treat the wound as early as you can, preferably when it is still recovering. If you can apply a scar removal cream, like Dermefface FX7 Scar Reduction Therapy within three months of the injury, the greater your chance of minimizing the scar.


What to Look For in a Scar Treatment Cream


A scar treatment cream is formulated with active natural ingredients, moisturizers and patented peptides like ProCollOne+ to interact with the skin’s 28-day regeneration process.


Specifically, it should stimulate Natural Collagen Production – Both skin-healing type III and skin-strengthening collagen I. The scar treatment cream should strike a balance between both of them.


Too much collagen can add size and cause discoloration to an already developing scar. Too little collagen can cause the wound to be susceptible to injury again.


Due to this reason, you should choose a scar treatment cream that contains patented peptides, such as ProCollOne+, which is clinically proven to stimulate natural collagen production by up to 1,190%.


A scar treatment cream should gently nudge the skin healing process so that dead and damaged cells rise to the surface of the skin, where they’re sloughed away.


The scar treatment cream should contain antioxidants and natural moisturizers, including niacinamide, beta glucan and hydrolyzed soybean fiber, to facilitate the skin regeneration process by stimulating the production of normal, healthy skin cells to replace the dead and damaged skin cells, 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.


For more information, go to Dermefface FX7™ Scar Reduction Therapy Homepage

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