Can You Use Kelo Cote UV Gel For Scarring?
Nobody is immune to scars but fortunately, a lot of scars become better with time and become less obvious. There are numerous ways that scarring might occur. Caesarean sections, burns, acne, surgeries, body piercings, the list is endless.
Normally, our bodies start to create scar tissue as soon as we sustain a cut, graze, or another type of injury.
However, there are ways to help fade scarring. The right products and skincare routine can have amazing effects on not just your scars but your skin as a whole.
The Best Products To Fade Scars
Finding a product that works for your skin and scars can be a challenge. The KELO-COTE® UV Scar Gel is an amazing product that will help to not only manage and reduce your scarring but also help to prevent them from forming in the first place.
Also, as we all know the damage the sun can do, the KELO-COTE® scar serum contains SPF 30 so you can wear it outdoors knowing you are not only helping to fade your scarring but actively protecting yourself against the sun’s UV rays.
The scar gel works by helping to soften, flatten and smooth the scars. To get the most out of the gel you should use it every morning and evening, on clean dry skin.
What Can You Use Kelo-Cote® Advanced Formula Scar Gel For?
KELO-COTE® Advanced Formula Scar Gel can be used for:
Body piercing scar
Breast reconstruction scar
Cosmetic or plastic surgery scar
Face lift scar
General surgical scar
Hair transplant scar
Pregnancy stretch-mark scar
Tattoo removal scar
There is no one way to help with scarring on the face but there are many ways to help reduce the visibility of scars. Leaving your scars faded and easy to manage.
Never Leave The House Without SPF
You already know this but we can’t stress it enough; you should never be in the sun without your protective sunscreen, as the sun’s UV rays can cause your skin a lot of damage.
Also, sunscreen is vital if you are suffering or preventing hyperpigmentation as the sun can cause dark spots or exacerbate existing scars and darker areas.
You will want to choose a non-comedogenic sunscreen so that it won’t block your pores and help to keep your skin fresh-faced and blemish-free.
Retinol Is Your New Best Friend
Retinol is a holy grail product and has many amazing talents. If you haven’t tried retinol and don't know what it is then, you should keep reading as you won’t want to miss out anymore!
Using retinol on a regular basis can improve your whole complexion, especially when suffering from acne and breakouts. It will help to clear your skin and keep it that way.
You don’t want to wait till you have acne scars and then try to do something about it. You want to act quickly. For acne scars particularly, we recommend using the Obagi Retinol 1.0 to create a more blemish free complexion.
It works by penetrating the skin and encouraging the turnover of your cells. This helps to remove dead skin cells and build-up you may have on your skin, clearing your pores of any dirt and bacteria. It will leave your skin glowing and help with fading any scarring.
Don’t Forget Vitamin C
Regardless of if you are suffering from scarring or not, Vitamin C should be a staple within your skincare routine. It is an amazing brightening product, and it also aids in increased cell turnover helping to reduce scars.
This helps boost your skin's regeneration process, which will help to reduce or altogether rid your skin of hyperpigmentation.
Also, Vitamin C aids in healing your skin by supporting the production of collagen.
What Causes Acne Scarring?
Suffering from breakouts and acne can be tough and a struggle to combat. But sometimes it doesn’t end there, you can be plagued with acne scarring that will follow you throughout adulthood that can be challenging to treat.
Knowing what causes scarring, is a way to prevent it from occurring, remember that knowledge is power.
Acne causes inflammation and this inflammation damages the skin and leads to breaks in the moisture barrier. The skin attempts to heal over this damage by laying down connective tissue such as collagen fibres at the site of injury.
It is this dysregulated healing process that leads to uneven skin and scarring. Unfortunately, acne scarring can take a long time to heal.
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