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  1. How to Cover Up Any Type of Scar

    We get it. Scars can be very ugly things, and many people prefer not to have them out in the open. They can cause a substantial drop in confidence, and you feel unhappy in your skin. There are a few options for scar removal treatments, including surgery, cryotherapy (freezing), and tissue injections. Despite being touted as “scar removal” procedures, the...
  2. How to Prevent Cuts from Scarring

    Gardening, preparing food, and other activities can result in the occasional nick or cut on your skin. While most aren’t that painful and only mildly annoying, sometimes they can leave little scars on the skin. You can avoid this if you know what to do when you get the cut.  Properly taking care of your flesh wound is an essential...
  3. Do's and Don'ts of Scar Prevention

    Scars are a natural way the body heals itself after getting injured, whether that be from surgery or from an accident. Many factors go into how the scar is shaped and the size of it, mainly the severity of the injury itself and how well it heals. Injuries that are shallow and only affect the top layer of your skin...
  4. How To Prevent Scarring From A Burn

    Accidents happen. Cuts, scrapes, and burns can occur during our daily activities, such as cooking or on a camping trip. Whether you burned your hand on the stove or the bonfire, burns can have a serious impact on your life, depending on the severity. Not only can burns be injurious but they can also cause cosmetic damage long after the...
  5. Introducing myScarTape

    There are several types of scars, but the two that tend to have the most dramatic visual effect on your skin are keloid scars and hypertrophic scars. Both fall into a similar category and are hard to differentiate but both cause major debilitation and decreased quality of life for a patient. Hypertrophic scars are biologically active scars that can grow...

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