Scar management after burn injury
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), each year, almost 11 million people worldwide are burned severely enough to require medical attention. Fortunately, significant improvements have been made in the treatment of burns. Nevertheless, cutaneous scarring following these events remains a real challenge with few effective solutions.Read more
The benefits of massaging your scar
Scar massage can help you to reduce the size and appearance of your scar. Studies have shown that approximately half of the patients (45.7%) experienced clinical improvement due to an increase in range of motion and a decrease in pruritus and pain. Importantly, among patients with surgical scars treated with massage, 90% had improved appearance.Read more
Can silicone gel improve the appearance of surgery scars?
Deep down, we all aimed to avoid surgeries throughout life. From the smaller to the bigger interventions, all of them leave a scar. It is estimated that each year in the developed world, approximately 55 million patients acquire scars as a result of elective operations.Read more
The Psychological Impact of Visible Scars
If small injuries heal without leaving a mark, almost every wound leaves a scar. Whether they are small or big, dark, pale, raised or flatten, scars may negatively affect our self-esteem and confidence, especially the most visible ones.Read more
Can Kelo.Cell Biogel help you to get rid of Acne Scars?
Acne, also known as Acne Vulgaris, affects up to 85% of adolescents and often persists until adulthood. Acne scars result from an alteration in the skin wound healing process of active acne. Although not every acne lesion causes a scar, severe scarring is reported in 30% of acne patients and about 95% of patients suffer from mild to moderate scarring..Read more
How can I reduce the appearance of my c-section scar?
Many women are afraid of what a cesarean scar will look like. It is not always perfect and almost invisible; however, it all depends on the care performed. Above all, the cesarean scar does not need to become a problem.Read more