Burn Scars May Become A Thing Of The Past

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Burn scarring is usually caused by proliferation of collagen cells and over the past few years researchers have been working hard to come up with a way to prevent hypertrophic scars formed after a burn. There has been recent development from Tel Aviv University from a group of researchers that have devised a non-invasive method which uses short, pulsed electric fields to prevent burn scars that are caused by excessive collagen which forms raised tissue. Research Findings The research conducted  Read More

Brighten Skin (and Hide Scars) With This Product


Every time you look in the mirror, you can’t help but cringe when you see that scar on your face looking back at you. Or, whenever you look at your arms, back, legs, or wherever else you have a scar, you automatically feel self-conscious. Whether it’s the result of acne or a cut, there’s no denying that scars can make people feel less comfortable in their own skin. Fortunately, there is a solution to reducing the discoloration associated with those scars; it’s called skin brightening, and it  Read More

Quickly and Easily Reduce the Appearance of Burn Scars

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Even if you have cared for a burn wound, you could still get a scar. This could be because you're prone to scarring or the burn has occurred in a place where the skin pulls a lot, such as your shoulders and chest. But even though you can't completely eliminate a burn scar, you can definitely reduce its appearance. Wear Sunscreen You might not think of sunscreen as a way to treat your burn scar, but it really can make a difference in how your scar looks. When you wear sunscreen, you not only  Read More