What’s In Our Rejuvasil Silicone Scar Gel?
One of the easiest ways to treat scars is with topical products— like scar gel. But what makes a great scar gel? What does scar gel do exactly to reduce scarring?
Today we’ll take a peek at (what we believe are) some of the best scar gel ingredients, why silicone is the gold standard for scar treatment (in any form!), and why vitamin c for scar treatment is important as well! Let’s dive in.
What Does Scar Gel Do?
Depending on the product, your scar gel might do the following things. The best scar gel will do all three of these, making it more simple and straightforward to treat your scar:
- Deeply moisturize the skin to keep it healthy
- Provide an occlusive barrier (usually with silicone) to keep that moisture in
- Supply the skin with critical wound-healing support through a variety of additives
Ingredients In Our Rejuvasil Scar Gel
Take a look at some of the key ingredients that make our Rejuvasil Silicone Scar Gel the obvious choice:
It’s no secret that silicone products are on the frontlines of scar healing technology right now. Their unique ability to keep in moisture creates the perfect healing and restructuring environment for damaged skin and scar tissue. Simply take a look through the numerous research articles and reviews (here’s one), and you’ll see that silicone is a no-brainer for a scar gel.
Read More: Silicone 101: Everything You Need to Know
Ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, helps during the wound healing process, something we know to be critical in scar formation. When a wound heals, if there is enough space that needs to be filled in, scar tissue comes to the rescue. Having enough collagen and elastin available during this and the restructuring stage of scar healing is critical – and vitamin C can help.
Read More: Why Is Vitamin C Good For Your Skin?
Squalane is synthesized from squalene, a precursor molecule that occurs naturally in our bodies in maximum quantities before (around) the age of thirty. By adding squalane to skincare products, we can ensure that healing skin is getting the moisturization and barrier support that it needs.
This funny ingredient is derived from the fat of the emu. Why, you might ask? Because it contains “linoleic, linolenic myristic, oleic, palmitic, palmitoleic, and stearic acids” that help with wound healing and even reduce inflammation. These critical components make emu oil a great moisturizer and helpful ingredient for scar healing.
Why We Think Rejuvasil Is The Best Scar Gel
Here at Rejuvaskin, our main goals have always been to a) create products that are gentle, yet effective and b) use more all-natural ingredients while maintaining or exceeding the quality you would expect from a similar product on the market. With Rejuvasil, we created a lightweight, ultra-portable, daytime scar solution that takes all of the power of silicone sheets and stuffs it into a bottle.
Furthermore, all of the above ingredients work together to not only help fade your scars and restructure them, but to also help condition your skin and make it healthier overall. So, what are you waiting for? Order a bottle of Rejuvasil today and give it a try on your scar.
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