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Naturally Fade Keloids and Scars!

H-Scars Formula

Scars are very much part of the body's natural healing process and most wounds will produce some degree of scarring.

On the other hand, a keloid scar is an overgrowth of tissue that occurs when too much collagen is produced at the site of a wound.

It is advisable to seek medical attention if a scar is swollen or painful; if a scar feels warm to the touch or if a scar has a discharge of pus.


Firstly, more about scars  

Scars are the result of a biological process of wound repair in the skin - as well as other tissues - and from when the dermis (the deep, thick layer of skin) is damaged.

When such damage occurs, the body forms new collagen fibers (a naturally occurring protein in the body) in order to mend the damage. 

This results in a scar.

When a scar occurs, it will always have a different texture and quality to that of the surrounding skin but it does mean that the wound is completely healed.

Scars can be as a result of accidents, injuries, surgeries and even certain skin conditions.

How do you know that you have a scar?

A scar may appear flat, lumpy, sunken, or colored. It may be painful or itchy. The final look of a scar depends on many factors, including the skin type and location on the body, the direction of the wound, the type of injury, age of the person with the scar, and his or her nutritional status.  If you have a darker skin, any scar will often appear as dark spots.



Secondly, more about keloids

The problem with keloids is that they will keep on growing even after the wound itself has healed. 

How do you know that you have a keloid?

Keloid scars are raised above the skin and can be pink, red, the same colour or darker than surrounding skin.  In addition, they are often itchy or painful.  They might well restrict movement (a) when they are tight or (b) if they are situated close to a joint.

Keloids won't necessarily form straight after a wound has healed - they may take months or even years after receiving the injury to your skin.

Other signs of a keloid include:

  • Thick, irregular scarring, typically on the ear lobes, shoulders, cheeks or middle chest.
  • Shiny, hairless, lumpy and raised skin.
  • The scar can vary in texture - from soft to firm and rubbery.
  • The scar can vary in color from reddish, brown or purplish.  The color can also depend on your own skin color.
  • The scar can be itchy and cause discomfort.

How can you tackle the appearance of a scar or a keloid?

Our H-Scars Formula is safe, gentle and effective in reducing the appearance of many different scars including older scars but at the same time will promote a healthy skin tone.  The Formula comes with cell regenerating and skin nourishing properties.

How to apply H-Scars Formula?

The Formula is applied topically, directly to the scar using a Q-Tip or your finger. Because the Formula is concentrated - and has a deep penetrating action - only a few drops per application are necessary.  

How long will it take for your scars or keloids to fade? 

While the process varies from person to person depending on the severity of the scars, it is important to note that the Formula can be used for fresh healed wounds which will help to reduce their appearance before they occur.

If you have old scars and the Formula is applied as instructed, results are usually visible after six to eight weeks while new scars can be some four to eight weeks.  Keeping up with applying the Formula means that results will further improve with time.

Is there more that can be done to improve the appearance of scars and keloids?

Yes there is!

  • Try to keep your scar covered when you're in the sun for at least a year, wearing a covering of clothing or even applying a dressing.  You could also use a natural sunblock to protect it.
  • Skin camouflage can be achieved with special creams and powders that you can apply to your skin to cover your scar so it's less noticeable. 
  • Cryotherapy which is a minimally-invasive treatment that freezes skin surface lesions using extremely cold liquid or instruments (cryogen). Cryotherapy, also known as cryosurgery or cryoablation, can be delivered with various cryogens. Liquid nitrogen is the most common and effective cryogen for clinical use.
  • Laser therapy for scars is a procedure that uses light beams to reduce the appearance of scars, making them less noticeable.  It is not suitable for all types of scars - especially those that are very deep or wide.  It may cause increased pigmentation in those with dark skin tones while a whole series of treatments is usually required to achieve optimal results.


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