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How To Get Rid Of Blepharoplasty Scars

How To Get Rid Of Blepharoplasty Scars

After blepharoplasty, your patients may worry about the potential for visible scarring or other recovery-related inquiries. This blog will answer those questions so you can equip patients with the proper information for navigating the healing process.

As you know, many patients seek blepharoplasty to achieve a more youthful appearance or because they want to get rid of a constant tired look around their eyes. Post-op, they’ll be happy to see that the bags around their eyes are gone and puffiness has been reduced, but they may worry about the potential for visible scarring or other recovery-related inquiries. This blog will answer those questions so you can equip patients with the proper information to ensure they feel confident and prepared for the healing process.

What Does the Recovery Process Look Like?

Of course, recovery time will vary for each individual; it depends on how their body responds to the surgery. The speed of the recovery will depend on how well they follow all of your post-surgery guidelines. 

Apart from experiencing swelling, bruising, or dry eyes immediately following the procedure that should decrease over time, patients may incur permanent scarring.

Post-Surgery Scarring

Scarring is a typical result of the healing process, and each patient’s experience will be unique. Where incisions are made during surgery, raised or wide scar tissue may develop due to excess collagen in the skin. Without intervention, this scarring can become permanent. Although the scarring is not harmful, it may not be desirable on locations of the body that are highly visible. 

Getting Rid Of Blepharoplasty Scarring 

Thankfully, getting rid of blepharoplasty scarring is possible. Here at Rejuvaskin, we’ve designed a delicate scar gel that is colorless, light, and easy to apply to the face. This product will not cause acne or skin irritations. Similar to our silicone sheeting, our gel works by reducing water loss from the skin and reducing excess collagen build-up. Excess collagen is the main culprit for the unsightly raised and ridged scars patients wish to avoid on the face and other visible areas of the body. 

Using Rejuvasil For Scarring

Used as a primary treatment method after surgery, Rejuvasil effectively and discreetly diminishes the appearance of scarring while relieving the itching and discomfort that comes with the healing process. Key ingredients such as Vitamin C, Squalane, and Emu Oil give the gel its smooth texture and improve its performance by soothing the skin and reducing discomfort. 

Rejuvasil is also transparent, odor-free, and water-resistant. This transparency makes Rejuvasil extremely suitable for highly visible areas like the face and allows patients to put their best face forward in confidence.

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