Phases of scar healing
There are three phases to scar healing INFLAMMATORY, FIBROBLASTIC, & REMODELING.
Our body structures can be divided into at least 14 different types of collagen. Mature scar is formed from type-I collagen; yet it is the greatest chameleon in its ability to imitate the structure of other collagen types. Somehow, the scar formed in dense tissue "senses" the need for strength and attempts to mimic the surrounding tissue in structure. Likewise, scar, filling a defect in loose, flexible tissue, will change in its last phase of healing to reproduce, as much as possible, these physical characteristics. Thus, in response to certain internal and external influences, scar does differentiate to become quasi-tissue specific. Experience tells us that often this attempt by scar to blend in cosmetically and functionally is not successful. Enhancing the potential of scar to duplicate the desired outcome is the basis for surgical, pharmacological, and therapeutic management protocols.Learn more about how scars heal
What makes ScarCreamRX so effective?
There is a customized compound, which combines powerful pharmaceutical actives that are designed to restore, repair and rejuvenate the tissues that have undergone traumatic events and have resulted in scars. The formulation includes components that are intended to:
Relieve inflammatory and pruritic symptoms including interference with scar formation
Suppress stimulation in keloid strains
Suppresses collagen synthesis of fibroblasts
Serve as an anti-allergic agent that blocks the release of chemical mediators from mast cells
Decrease collagen production
Increase activity of collagenase in dermis
This compound utilizes the most effective pharmaceutical ingredients, in the customized dosage you need. Because of these pharmaceutical actives, this compound is by prescription only.Learn more about our formulation