C-Section Scar Treatment
Clinically proven to remove c-section scarring with our scar healing regimen. Our products soften, smooth, flatten and restore skin to its normal texture and color.
- High Quality silicone sheeting, scar cream, and medical tape
- Products effective individually, work even better in combination
- Promote the natural healing process
- Treatment achieves scar less healing in many cases
- Prevent problem scarring on new incisions
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Non-Adhesive Silicone Sheets
If the c-section scars are flat and discolored only our scar cream is required. If scarring is raised and/or indented silicone sheeting is required. For maximum results we recommend our discounted scar kits that combine silicone sheeting and scar cream for the treatment of the scarring.
Pro's and Con's of adhesive silicone sheeting:
Pro's - self adhesive silicone sheeting is kept in place over the scar without the use of medical tape.
Con's - sheeting may require taping if your treatment time is extended. Stickiness is also affected by the oiliness of your skin. Can be less effective as adhesive can clog pores in sheets and disks over extended treatment time.
An Effective Approach to C-Section Scar Reduction and Healing
Because of the increase in hormonal activity during pregnancy, c-section scars have a higher likelihood of developing into problem scars that can remained raised, discolored darker and itch well past the normal healing time. The best way to address problem scarring is before it starts. ReJuveness silicone sheeting and Hyper-Heal cream will not only prevent problem scarring but will give you the most aesthetic looking scar if otherwise not used. This is why many OBGYN’s recommend ReJuveness scar treatment kits to all the c-section patients as part of their post-operational protocol. For already formed problem scars, ReJuveness offers ways to reduce the appearance of c-section scars. Because of the unique nature of c-section incisions, they do pose a greater chance of developing into hypertrophic and keloid scars than other surgical procedures. Another reason for this is that collagen resorption is at its greatest during the first 48 hours after a c-section is performed. During this period of time after the c-section, the uterus shrinks significantly as it returns to its normal size..
ReJuveness silicon sheets, considered an FDA Class-1 medical device, is medically recommended as a scar management treatment for C section incisions. Made of USP medical grade 6 silicone, the c-section sheets are available in sevaral sizes. These c-section scar reduction sheets can easily be trimmed with a scissors for optimal comfort and fit. One recommended strategy for healing and reducing the severity of C section scars is to use a two-pronged approach to scar management. A synergistic effect can be achieved in the controlling of c-section scars by combining silicone sheeting with ReJuveness Hyper Heal cream. The recommended regimen for using the scar cream to accelerate healing of c-section scars and other incisions is to apply it lightly to the scarred area twice a day. For optimal results, c-section patients are advised to begin using the combination treatment (silicone sheets and scar cream) immediately after the wound has closed, sutures are removed, and wound bed is dry. Our products will immediatly reduce pain and itching.
C-Section incisions have a higher chance of developing into hytrophic and Keloid scars than most surgical incisions. This is because collagen resorption is at its greatest when the uterus returns to its near normal size 48 hours after birth. Now these c section scars can be easily managed with ReJuveness scar treatment.Scar management usually last for 6 - 12 weeks resulting in your skin returning to it's natural texture and color.
Rejuveness scar treatment applied soon after the wound is dry will prevent scarring. Our products also work very well on older red rasised and/or indented scars. If the scar contains whiteness a derma roller should be added to your scar treatment regiment. For additional information on how to manage c-section recovery please see our partners site athttp://csectionrecoverykit.com/
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