Skin is the basis of beauty, and a mirror of our health. Self-confidence of a person looking nice works wonders. It facilitates mixing with people, fulfilling one’s potential, and succeeding in life. However, such cosmetic defect as a scar or adhesion may erode one’s self-confidence.
Bad things happen virtually to all. Burns, traumas, surgeries, acne, or adverse reactions to aesthetic medical procedures occur quite frequently; therefore, almost everyone has at least one scar on his/her face or body. But while not being able to change the past, one can take care about the future. Petrovax scientists developed a state-of-the-art product reducing the probability of forming rough adhesions after the wound heals, and making the existing adhesions less visible.
Innovative cosmetic cream Imoferaza® was developed specifically to help people restore self-confidence by making scars and adhesions less catchy. Its main active ingredient is hyaluronidase, an enzyme acting directly on the connective tissue forming the scar.
Imoferaza® cream produces a combined effect:
decreases the adhesion or scar height making the skin smoother;
reduces edema and redness making the scar less visible;
increases skin elasticity in the scar/adhesion focal area;
moisturizes the skin;
removes a sense of discomfort (tightness, itching, or peeling) in the scar/adhesion focal area;
reduces the probability of forming rough, unaesthetic scars after the wound heals;
There is only one answer: as soon as possible. But one should remember to let the wound heal first. Imoferaza® cream may be used only after the injury heals completely (it usually takes 2 -3 weeks). The earlier one starts taking care of the scarred skin areas the less visible the post-trauma cosmetic defects will be. But all is not lost if one has aged scars. Imoferaza® may be used for aged scar and adhesion revision making them less visible.
The cream 8-week trials yielded the results as listed below (based on Imoferaza® voluntary clinical trials by Research and Production Center CosmoProdTest, LLC):
scar height decreases twofold, on average;
redness intensity decreases by 20.9 %;
scar becomes by 15.4 % more elastic;
The trials also demonstrated that after 8 weeks of Imoferaza® cream use, a better adhesion presentation was observed in 96.6 % of the subjects.