Scar Reduction Made Simple

Posted By American Med Spa Association, Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Scarring is a common skin problem. Scar treatment revenue reportedly reached over $4.75 billion in 2014, and the scar treatment creams market grew 10.6% during 2011 through 2014. This indicates the huge demand and consumer need for scar reduction.1

Most skin injuries can contribute to scarring, including: cuts, burns, acne, chickenpox, ear piercing, scratches, surgical cuts and vaccinations. There are many types of scars and similarly, many ways to treat them. Scar reduction treatments often take dedication or a great deal of time or money to see results. Suggested here is a topical scar reduction treatment that can be done by medical or skin care professi­onals. However, the basics of scar formation and current treatments will first be reviewed.
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