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How To Reduce Scar Redness

layers in the human skin

After a wound has healed the scar is commonly red and in some cases raised. This is a normal phase of the skin’s recovery process and most scars will turn into a more skin-like color eventually. Read on to find … Continue reading

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Does Glycolic Acid Peel Treatment for Acne Scars Work?

Alpha Hydroxy Glycolic Acid peel

Using a glycolic acid peel to treat acne and acne scars is a very effective method which is often done in high end day spas, but can also be applied in your home.  Several studies (see below) indicate this treatment … Continue reading

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Best C-Section Scar Treatment

c section scar

The best C-section scar treatment consists of a few things one can do. Read on to learn about which options will help your scar heal quickly. C-section scars are very common among women because the caesarean section is the most … Continue reading

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White Scar Treatment – Repigmentation of Hypopigmented Scars

a white scar

White or pale scars are hard to treat effectively. These scars appear this way due to less melanin production. The cause?, scar tissue has less melanocytes, which make melanin, then normal skin. First we will take a closer look at … Continue reading

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RevPlex Skin Lightening Serum Review

RevPlex Skin Lightening Serum

A fairly new product in the skin lightening segment is RevPlex Skin Lightening Serum. In this review we will examine this product in order to find out, does RevPlex really work? It’s the tones that make the music. In cosmetics … Continue reading

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Treatment Of Brown and Dark Scars

Melanocytes in skin responsible for dark scars

Brown and dark scars can be difficult to fade, especially in dark skinned people. People with darker skin tones have more melanin, making their skin predisposed to create even more pigment after injury. Most brown and other dark colored scars … Continue reading

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6 Widespread Myths on Treatment of Scars

Scars can embarrass people and make them self-conscious. Even worse, scar tissue can also cause pain, itch, and may restrict movement of joints and ligaments. Therefore it is important to treat them as well as possible. Poor advice about scar … Continue reading

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Treatment Of Hypertrophic (Red, Raised) Scars

When treating red, raised scars it is recommended to first determine whether you are dealing with a hypertrophic or keloid scar. Hypertrophic scars, often red, raised, and itchy, represent excessive growth of collagen tissue. Keloids, commonly darker colored, protrude outside … Continue reading

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Treatment Of Scars After Surgery

The adage, ‘even a plastic surgeon can’t erase without a trace’, is true. Post-surgery scars are inevitable but with some adequate care their prominence can be reduced substantially. The goal of most people who were operated on will be to; … Continue reading

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Onion Extract For Scars, Does It Work

It is commonly thought that onion extract helps improve scars. One of the most popular scar creams, Mederma, is based on onion extract. But does it work? The answer is no. You are better off using petroleum jelly. Also various … Continue reading

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