Chemical Scar Treatment
Chemical Burn Scar Treatment
Accelerate the healing process with the ReJuveness regimen for chemical burn scars, make your healing journey more comfortable and safe with your skin restored to it's natural texture and color.
- Clinically proven scar management for chemical burn scars
- Softens, smoothes, improves texture, color and thickness of problem chemical burn scars
- Eliminates itching and pain that so often accompanies chemical scarring
- Cost effective, easy to use, soft, pliable and durable medical grade silicone
- Reusable and washable, just one sheet needed required for treatment
- Over 50 sizes, launched in 1994 with over 1 million satisfied patients
If the chemical burn scarring is 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.
Extensive scarring above from chemical scars, sheets of ReJuveness may be laid down over bedding or wrapped around body and limbs. Call 1-800-588-7455 for custom sizes to treat chemical scars.
There are three major types of chemical related scars: Keloid, Hypertrophic and Contractures. Keloid scars are an overgrowth of scar tissue. The scar will grow beyond the site of the injury. These scars are generally red or pink and will become a dark tan over time. Hypertrophic scars are red, thick and raised, however they differ from Keloid scars in that they do not develop beyond the site of injury or incision. A contracture scar is a permanent tightening of skin that may affect the underlying muscles and tendons that limit mobility and possible damage or degeneration of the nerves.
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