Scar Treatment

Scar Treatment

At Endo Personal Care, we provide quality scar treatment solutions to help reduce the visibility of scarring, helping you to feel more confident day by day.

Scar treatments can offer many benefits, both cosmetic and functional. They can help to reduce the appearance of scarring, making it less noticeable. In some cases, scar treatments can also help to improve the function of the affected area especially if you have a tight scar.

For example, using these treatments can help to improve movement in joints that have been affected by scarring. Scarring treatments can also help to relieve pain and itching associated with the scars.

We have many treatments available to help your scars fade, and the best approach for you will depend on the type and severity of your scarring.

Contact Us today for more information about how we can best help you. Our friendly team would love to have a conversation with you.

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Treatment for Scars FAQs

The scar treatment that works best for you depends on what type of scar you have. This includes older scars, any keloid scars, all kinds of cuts or abrasions, surgery scars, burns or minor skin injuries.

You may find that having one in a more prominent place on your body will make a difference in what method you select also. All of our scarring treatments can help to reduce the size, hardness, itchiness and discolouration of scars on your skin.

Laser therapy or light laser therapy (pulses of light) can reduce the redness by targeting the blood vessels in the excess scar tissue, reducing the chances of scar formation.

Using a minor procedure called punch excision, your doctor cuts out individual scars and repairs the wound with stitches or a skin graft. Sometimes, skin grafts are used to help close the wound.

For more in-depth information, please read our article: Understanding the Remarkable Truth Behind Your Scars and How to Treat Them?

The amount of time it takes depends on a variety of factors, including the type and severity of the scarring, as well as the type of treatment being used. Minor superficial scars from cuts and scrapes may heal on their own in a few weeks, while deeper cuts, burns and more severe wounds can leave lasting scars that may require medical intervention.

Treatments for scars may include topical medications like retinoids, hydrocortisone cream or silicone sheets and gels; injectable fillers such as collagen or fat; non-ablative laser treatments; ablative laser resurfacing; dermabrasion; cryosurgery; skin grafts; steroid injections; pressure therapy or topical vitamin C.

The time it will take for the method you use to be effective is dependent on the type of treatment used and how severe the scarring is. Deeper scars can take anywhere from several weeks to many months before results are seen. In some cases, multiple methods may be necessary to achieve desired results. For example, a combination of topical treatments and pressure therapy may be used to help flatten hypertrophic or keloid scars.

Keloid scars are raised, thickened scars that develop when the body produces too much collagen in response to an injury and are more severe than hypertrophic scars. They can occur anywhere on the body but are most common on the chest, shoulders, and earlobes.

Keloids vary in size and shape and can be pink, red, or purple and are most common for people with dark skin. They may be itchy or painful and can interfere with movement if they occur on joints.

Keloid scars typically develop within a few weeks of an injury and can continue to grow for months or even years. They are more common in people with darker skin tones and tend to run in families. There is no sure way to prevent a keloid scar, but avoiding injury or surgery in areas where they are prone to form may help reduce the risk. At Endo Personal Care our range of treatments can help reduce the appearance of keloid scars.

Our Rystora® Silicone Scar Gel is a treatment for helping to enhance and heal skin following recent surgeries, scalds, burns or minor injuries. This gel is applied a minimum of 2-3 times daily with larger and older scars taking a minimum of 2 months of treatment. Red and darker scars may require continued use beyond 12 months. Continue using Rystora® Scar Gel after skin restoration for more effective results. Scar tissue may involve only the superficial skin, or it may involve the deeper tissue beneath the surrounding skin, including nerves and tendons. An active scar may be red, raised, firm and thick. Scars can become overly sensitive and can limit motion and function. However, Our Rystora® Silicone Scar Gel can be used to aid in healing any scar formation, skin grafts or hypertrophic scars.

Our Scar Sheets may help to reduce the size and discolouration of scars. This is achieved with our patented micro-pore structure that balances the moisture content of the tissue. Locking in moisture where needed and eliminating excess moisture, resulting in softer tissue and quicker rejuvenation.

Scar curing time is different from scar condition and individual physique, the healing time may take from months to years, use Rystora® Scar Sheet as soon as possible. To achieve an optimum result, continuous use of 12 months or more is recommended and it’s best to not suspend treatment as you treat scars.

For more information, Contact Us today. Our team would love to come alongside you on your treatment journey.

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