Abrasion Scar Treatment
If the 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.
In dermatology, an abrasion, is superficial damage to the skin, generally not deeper than the epidermis. It is more superficial than an excoriation, although it can give mild bleeding. Mild abrasions, also known as 'grazes' do not scar, but deep abrasions may lead to the development of scarring tissue.
Most commonly, abrasion injuries occur when exposed skin comes into moving contact with a rough surface causing trauma to the upper layers of the epidermis.
Such injuries, where caused by abrasive contact with textiles or carpet, are sometimes referred to as 'rug burn' or 'carpet burn'.
Scar Treatment for Abrasion Scars
Accelerate the healing process with the ReJuveness regiment for abrasion scars, make your healing journey more comfortable and safe with your skin restored to it's natural texture and color.
- Multiple sizes for all types of abrasion scarring
- Lessens redness, bumpiness, pain and itching of abrasion scars
- Reusable and washable; only one sheet required for the duration of treatment
- Use with Hyper Heal cream for penetration to deep abrasion scarring
- Works exceptionally well on keloid abrasion scars
- Economical ï¿½ save over other scar healing products with superior results