Scars shape lives

If you, or someone you know, has a scar you're probably only too aware how distressing and disfiguring they can be, and just how seriously they can undermine self-confidence.

Any scar, regardless of its size or location, can be perceived as a personal problem. Some may learn to accept their scar, but many never forget it. It is widely accepted by psychologists that proactively treating to reduce the visibility of a scar can actually help boost self-esteem.

Most people are unaware that there are treatments available to improve the appearance of scars, both established and new. While existing scar reduction and prevention procedures can be painful, invasive, hard to use or have limited efficacy[1], Silicone is the first choice for a convenient treatment of your scars. It dramatically improves scars – and it is recommended by leading specialists worldwide[2].

Problems with scars

Scars may take many months to flatten and fade after injury, but problematic scars may have the following effects:

  • Grow bigger
  • Remain red/dark and raised without fading
  • Cause discomfort, itching or pain
  • Restrict the movement of a joint
  • Cause distress because of appearance
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