- Decrease in scar tissue in 1 month of use
- Hypoallergenic with organic ingredients
- Vitamins A, B, C and E
- Non-irritating; can be used on face
Gently rub into scar 3-4 times per day for 8 weeks on new scars; 3-4 times per day for 3-6 months on existing scars.
Applying the Scar Serum will avoid the formation of the keloids scars, which may appear after surgical procedures, as well as most other common scars, like acne scars.
Key Scar Healing Ingredients
Hibiscus flower cures inflammation, swelling and redness.
Coconut oil fades scars and provides a protective layer to allow for deep healing. It has Vitamin E and the trio of Caprylic, Capric and Lauric acids that speed up the scar healing process. These elements work together as an antioxidant and promote the development of fresh, new skin, which replaces the scar tissue.
Rosemary heals scars using the power of ketones which eliminate toxins from the scar. Rosemary oil triggers a metabolic process in the body that creates skin regeneration - which aids in the production of new skin cells to replace the scar damaged cells.
ROSEHIP SEED OIL
Rosehip seed oil is rich in fatty acids, vitamin A, and vitamin C, and an effective healer for scars, eczema and dermatitis. It works similar to the coconut oil. It also forms a protective layer over the skin and scar tissues is diminished over time.
Neem oil has anti-inflammatory properties, Vitamin E and fatty acids. This combination heals scars and acne scars and prevents from future skin damage. Neem oil is antibacterial so it is also effective at removing bacteria during the scar healing process.
Dimethylethanolamine, is better known as DMAE or DEANOL, is effective at firming the skin, and supporting the skin cells structure.
Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, is effective at healing scar tissue or skin recovering from other injuries.
The protective layer of skin is called stratum corneum, and Vitamin B3 is effective at supporting and restoring this layer of skin. It enhances the effectiveness of this protective layer by adding fatty acids and ceramides into skin.
Vitamin B5, also called pantothenic acid, moisturizes skin, accelerates the metabolic process, and aids in the development of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. This leads to quick healing of the scars, because it acts a humectant.
Aloe vera moisturizes and heals damaged skin cells and increases the speed at which collagen is produced. Healing damaged skin cells and increasing collagen leads to decreased scar healing time.