Surgery Scars

Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™
Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™
Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™
Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™
Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™
Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™

Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™

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How to Look After Your Surgery Scars

Although scars are a natural part of the healing process, proper care can help minimize their appearance and promote optimal healing. Let's delve into the steps you can take to ensure the best outcome for your surgery scars:

  • Keep Your Incision Clean:
    Immediately after surgery, it is crucial to keep the surgical incision site clean and free from bacteria. Follow your surgeon's instructions on how to clean the area gently and ensure that you use clean, sterilized materials during the cleaning process.
  • Protect the Incision:
    Shielding your incision from harmful factors can significantly aid in scar healing. Protect it from direct sunlight exposure, as UV rays can discolour the scar and make it more prominent. Wear loose, breathable clothing that won't irritate the area.
  • Follow Wound Care Instructions :
    Your doctor or surgeon will provide you with specific wound care instructions that should be strictly followed. This may include applying antibiotic ointments, changing dressings, or avoiding certain activities that can strain or stretch the incision site. Adhering to these instructions will support optimal healing.
  • Maintain Proper Hydration and Nutrition:
    Staying hydrated ensures your body has the necessary fluids for skin repair and regeneration. Additionally, consuming a balanced diet rich in vitamins and nutrients promotes healthy skin. Foods high in vitamin C, zinc and protein can be particularly beneficial for wound healing.
  • Massage the Scar:
    Massaging your scar gently after the wound has completely closed can help break down scar tissue and improve blood circulation to the area. Always consult with your surgeon or healthcare professional before initiating scar massage to ensure it is suitable for your specific case.
  • Topical Treatments:
    Control Topical Solution™ can help to accelerate wound healing, manage pain, and reduce inflammation. Whilst Conceal Ultimate Scar Cream™ is a unique skin restorer that can help reduce the appearance of scars. These products create a protective barrier over the scar, lock in moisture, and promote a more favourable healing environment.
  • Be Patient:
    Scar healing is a gradual process that can take several months or even years to complete, depending on the complexity of the surgery. Be patient and consistent in your scar care routine while giving your body enough time to heal naturally.

Remember, although scars may never completely disappear, with proper care, they can become less noticeable over time. By following these guidelines, you can actively contribute to the healing process and achieve the best possible outcome for your surgery scars.

How to use the Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™ for surgery:

To benefit from the exceptional properties of the Wound & Scar Treatment Therapy™, we recommend applying Control Topical Solution™ onto the intended surgical areas 48 hours prior to the surgery. This application serves to prime the tissue, ensuring it is adequately prepared for the upcoming procedure and assisting in delivering essential nutrients to the skin.

Continue using Control Topical Solution™ post - surgery to treat the inflammation, manage pain and promote blood flow to the wound area. This botanically active formula can help to reduce bruising, swelling and accelerate the wound healing process.

Add Conceal Ultimate Scar Cream™ into the mix, post - surgery. This collagen - boosting formula is designed to restore skin at all phases of scar healing. A powerful blend of botanical extracts promotes elasticity, to help your tender recovery.