April 18, 2013

Different Types of Scars

Raised or hypertrophic scars – scars confined to the area where the original wound was; are caused by overproduction of connective tissue fibers; tend to bulge and protrude above level of surrounding skin

Keloids – massive overproduction of connective tissue fibers; scars grow beyond the original wound edges;

Burn scars – result from damage to deep layers of the skin and are associated with formation of contractures that restrict movement

No scar should keep you from turning a new leaf and making 2013 the best year of your life yet! The best way to do this is to let go of the past and leave it all in the year that was. Now you can, with Contractubex! Contractubex is a clinically proven treatment that combines the triple action of Cepae Extract, Heparin and Allantoin to help reduce the appearance of these unsightly marks on your skin.

You may notice that there are several other scar treatments available in the market today. What makes Contractubex different from other scar treatments is that its ingredients help reduce inflammation and prevent excessive scar formation. Its water-soluble ointment base allows active ingredients to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin.

1. Cepae Extract (special onion extract)
- anti-inflammatory and bactericidal effect
- reduces swelling and prevents excessive growth of connective tissue
2.    Heparin
        - softens the tissue structure
        - anti-inflammatory effect
        - hydrates scar tissue
3. Allantoin
- encourages wound healing
- has a soothing effect

Contractubex comes in a gel form that makes for its easy application on the skin. Just rub Contractubex on the affected area 3-4 times a day or as prescribed by your doctor.  Results may be seen after at least 3 months of use so don’t lose hope when you don’t see results early on.  Just follow the instructions carefully and be consistent in applying it on your scars.  You’ll know that Contractubex is working when you notice a reduction in redness, relief of tension and less itching on the scar area.  Contractubex works best on fresh scars, when the wound is completely closed.

(Press Release)

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