Every year around 100 million patients across the world develop scars. So, it’s a common problem – but scars can also have a significant impact on people’s quality of life. Research shows that scars affect patient’s psychological wellbeing, which can lead to anxiety, social isolation and depression.
We all know that we should choose beauty products that complement our skin tone, but few of us are aware that our skin type can affect how prone we are to wrinkles and visible signs of ageing, the likeliness of getting acne and even how well our scars heal.
Scars are surprisingly common, affecting 100 million people every year. However, scars are often overlooked when it comes to treatment, with many people not realising that you can actually improve the appearance of a scar.
Holiday season is upon us and people across the UK will be preparing their Summer beauty bag and travel health essentials. However, nearly half of those surveyed in new poll were not aware they need to protect a scar from the sun’s rays.
As parents, we know that young skin is sensitive and precious, and it is natural for parents to worry that any damage will leave a visible scar. From babies exploring their new world to school children in the playground, accidents and injuries are commonplace.
Whether it’s the time you underwent life-saving surgery, fell off your bike as a child or delivered your baby via C-section, scars reflect our life experiences. In fact, annually around 100 million develop scarring following operations and cosmetic surgery procedures.
Our easy to use, fast drying gel helps soften and flatten raised scars and reduce redness.
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