FUSION SCAR GEL: BURN SCARS
A burn scar is known as a contracture scar, and often occurs after a second or third degree burn. There is an overproduction of myofibroblastsor altered regulation of myofibroblast cell death. The surrounding skin begins to pull together and if not treated can result in movement restrictions of the skin or injured area. The skin thickens and tightens as it heals and is often discolored from the natural skin tone. Pain is often associated with burn scars not only during the healing process, but also long after a scar has formed.
Depending on the severity of the scar, treatments can include topical therapies, laser treatments, surgical revisions, cryosurgery therapies, and more.
HOW DOES FUSION SCAR GEL WORK?
When applied directly to the affected area(s), Fusion’s specialized formula will help treat inflammation, pain, and discoloration. Burn scars may be reduced and soften in appearance and texture.
LEARN MORE HERE: FACIAL BURN CASE STUDY
SUMMARY: A 5-month-old infant was severely scalded with a liquid on the face resulting in a major second-degree burn. Following the incident, PracaSil-Plus was advised to be applied twice daily, in addition to a sterile bacitracin ointment. After eight days, there was