Preventing scars from cuts can be done by using skin care products with Alpha Lipoic Acid, Matrixyl® and Hyaluronic Acid. Vitamin E and Vitamin K have also been shown to be helpful for scars in that they are both effective for strengthening vein walls (reducing swelling and redness) as well as calming trauma and irritation.
Preventing scars altogether may be a difficult task depending on the extent of trauma to the skin, the smoothness of the cut and the level of post-operative or injury care. The best advice for getting rid of scars is to use a product for scar removal with active ingredients proven to improve cell reproduction, reduce redness and inflammation and to promote the healing process.
Vitamin E helps soothe skin and encourages healthy cell regeneration. Vitamin E and Emu Oil have been shown successful for scsr removal by working infuse moisture and hydration deep in to the epidermis and deeper dermal layers.
Peptides and polypeptides found in Matrixyl® rebuild amino acid and protein bonds strengthening cellular connectivity and greatly enhancing pliability and elasticity.
Seek immediate medical attention for open or deep wounds
Begin scar prevention skin care regimen as soon as possible
Use scar removal products for most effective prevention of marks
Overall, preventing scars is reasonable but requires a disciplined skin care regimen and patience. Skin renewal and regeneration requires time. Tissue requires circulation and nutrition and normal and natural healing of scar tissue may require many months.
Accelerating the healing process can be done with improved results and skin health. Many customers report after 12-16 weeks scars have healed and disappeared. While results may vary depending on the severity of the wound, research and testimonials from customers and users indicate proper skin care help reduce redness and help skin to heal without showing signs of scarring.
Preventing scars from cuts can be successful using products with Alpha Lipoic and Hyaluronic Acid combined with Vitamins A and E and peptides.