Scar Treatments With Biological Help
What can scar products actually do? A scar is the result of our own body curing a wound or injury inflicted to our skin or other tissues. Damage to the outside layer of the skin is cured by regenerating the tissue, and in these instances, scarring is minor. When damage affects the thick layer of tissue beneath the skin, regenerating becomes more complicated. Our organisms lay down collagen fibres (a protein which is organically synthesized by the body) to reconnect the skin tissues and this commonly results in a noticeable scar.
After the wound has cured, the scar continues to change as new collagen is made and new blood vessels are created. This is the reason why many scars will disappear and improve in look over a period of two years after an injury. However, some noticeable evidence of an injury will remain as hair follicles and sweat glands do not grow back.
There are several scar healing creams, ointments, patches of silicone and solutions elaborated with vitamins, botanical extracts, and natural ingredients that are designed to improve the curing of scars, help the scar treatment with the reduction and make scars less evident.
Not all Scar Treatment Creams are Alike
Natural skin care in the curing of wounds or injuries is a sequence that entails harmonized orchestration between the many cells, organs and products of the defensive system that do the wonderful job of keeping our natural integrity.
Platelets and inflammatory cells are the first to arrive at an injuredsite and provide key functions and 'signals' needed for the arrival of supportive tissue cells and a new blood supply. This phase is called inflammatory phase and is characterized by heat, swelling, redness and pain.
The arrival of wound macrophages is a marker that the inflammatory phase is nearing the end and a proliferative phase is commencing. Lymphocytes (white blood cells that aid the body combat infection) come into the wound area at a later stage.
Natural Serum Key to Scar Benefits
A mucin secreted by land snails is being studied due to its healing properties. An intricate compound of molecules that include glycosaminoglycans, glycoprotein enzymes, copper-haemocyanin, proteoglycans and oligoelements that contribute to repair skin and affect every phase of the process that repairs skin injuries and leads to minimum scarring or scarless healing.
In the inflammatory phase the copper-haemocyanin in the snail mucins, promotes rapid wound re-oxygenation for better collagen creation. And the enzymes in the natural ingredient present "collagenase activity" which contributes to digest or dissolve flawed proteins.
A new scar cream treatment is now available to help you to treat all kinds of skin imperfections. Elaborated with biological ingredients, BioSkinCare gives you the option of a scar treatment that actually rebuilds new skin.
Published January 18th, 2008