Scars are formed after injuries to the skin. When deeper skin layers are injured, the wound first scabs over. After some time the scab disappears and in its place there remains a scar. The appearance of scars can be divided into three groups: hypertrophic, atrophic and keloid. Postoperative scars arise after almost all surgery and it is necessary to ensure that they close up properly. The healing process begins every time cells are damaged. The wound forms a blood clot, which hardens and becomes a scab, which acts to protect the healing skin. When the upper layers of the skin are injured, they heal without leaving any discernible mark.
How does Vermione STRONG cream work on scars?
A proven process for treating fresh wounds: at the beginning, use Vermione STRONG. This cream is not suitable for long-term application. To support the initial healing of fresh wounds its use is recommended for a maximum of 10 days. It is very effective in keeping clean and seal cutting surface. It is applied directly to the wound from the second postoperative day onwards, 2 times daily, typically for a period of 5-7 days. As a follow-up treatment after the application of Vermione STRONG, continue with greasy Vermione BETA cream. It is recommended to treat the wound and the surrounding areas 3-4 times a day. This treatment will produce a satisfactory healing of the wound. However if the treatment is continued for several more weeks, the result is a soft colourless subtle scar on the site of the wound.
Some patients and mothers may advantageously continue to apply Vermion preparations to already healed wounds. This applies principally to healed episiotomies after vaginal deliveries, which are often a source of unpleasant feelings of tension, stress and even pain during intercourse or defecation. Applications can be made to soften and soothe the scar. Scars on the abdominal wall or elsewhere may be treated in the same manner.
Recommended applications: 10 days application of STRONG cream 3-4 times daily, then BETA cream 2-3 times per day.