Conditions that Compounded Scar Cream can treat
SCAR CREAM can be used on both old and new scars caused by:
SCAR CREAM can also help prevent the following scarring disorders:
Hypertrophic scars are raised and thicker than normal scars and are typically red or pink in color. Hypertrophic scarring is a result of excessive collagen production. Hypertrophic scars will sometimes gradually subside without treatment over the course of a year or more.
When a wound heals and a scar forms, if excess collagen is produced, the scar will become elevated, rounded and firm. An overgrowth of collagenous scar tissue is known as a keloid. Keloids, unlike hypertrophic scars, extend beyond the bounds of the original wound. Keloids are noncancerous and pose no threat, although they can itch and cause mild discomfort. Removal is problematic because keloids usually grow back after surgical removal.