Liquid Oxygen Scar Advantage Description from Neaclear
If you're like most people, you have a few battle scars - lifelong reminders of the time you wiped out on your bike at age 6, the knee surgery you had in college, a recent run-in with a cooking knife... Any skin injury that is more serious than a superficial cut or scrape will leave a scar. Treating wounds promptly and properly will go a long way in decreasing the appearance and development of scars.
One of the most popular new scar treatments, scar advantage will promote optimal healing. This revolutionary product can be used on scars of all types - new or existing, traumatic or surgical. It yields dramatic scar reduction within weeks. Scar advantage has all the necessary ingredients to make your scar happy.
Scar advantage's flexible film provides pressure on your scar. Pressure therapy is one of the most effective treatments for a thick raised scar. It is not bulky, uncomfortable, or inconvenient.
Topical cortisone decreases irritation from abnormal healing processes. It makes the scar more comfortable and less itchy. Cortisone is what doctors inject into hypertrophic or keloid scars. Silicone decreases collagen formation and increases the maturation process. Silicone sheets are not very convenient or comfortable. Scar advantage is both.
Oxygenated Purified Water, Extract of Aloe, Chamomile and Watercress, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Methylethyl Ketone, Isopropanol, Ethyl Alcohol, Vitamins A & D, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Fragrance, Hydrogen Peroxide.
Follow the advice of your physician. wash scarred area thoroughly. apply with brush two to four times daily. reapply if peels off. Do not use until 2 weeks after a fresh scar and only if there are no healing problems. Can apply make-up after drying. Avoid eye contact. in case of eye contact, flush with water.
For external use only. Do not apply near open flame or while smoking. keep out of reach of children. If irritation or allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use and contact a physician right away. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.