• The Science Behind Scarring: What Causes Scars & How to Treat Them

    You might not like scars, but they are a testament of our bodies having successfully healed a large wound. While scarring is a natural process, many of us don’t love the way they look on our bodies. From stretch marks to surgical scars, the process is the same: damage, wound repair, and scar soft...
  • How Scar Heal Products Work

    We pride ourselves on making effective skincare products. Whether it is managing your scars or helping you get the healthiest skin possible, we know that our products work. The key is in the ingredients and the science. PHASE 1 When you get a cut or have some sort of surgery, it takes time...
  • What is the Best Scar Cream for Kids?

    As a parent, we know that you want to find the best scar cream for your kids. This task can be daunting when there are so many different scar products on the market. Rejuvaskin has an entire line of scar management products that can be used to help multiple scar issues, including a safe and effective option for children.
  • Picking The Right Silicone Sheeting For Your Breast Surgery Scar

    If you’ve had any type of breast surgery including breast augmentation, a breast reduction, a breast lift, or a mastectomy, you may be wondering how to treat your boob job scar. But fear not! With Rejuvaskin’s proprietary scar management products, you have options for your specific needs.
  • How to Get Rid of Acne Scars

    There is a lot to understand about your scars before you decide how to take care of them. Perhaps most important is being able to identify what type of scar is at hand (or face, in this case). Here are some of the most common types of acne scars and how you can help reduce their appearance.
  • What Causes Scars?

    Most wounds will result in some sort of scar, and different bodies produce different types and severity of scarring. In this article, we will discuss in depth how scars form, types of scars, and treatment for your scars.
  • Scar Management 101: Tips For Reducing Surgery Scarring

    While you can’t control certain factors for scarring like genetics, age, ethnicity, etc., it’s important to focus on the factors you can control. In this article we take a look at some things you can do to reduce the appearance of scarring after surgery.
  • 4 Stages of Wound Healing

    The moment that you get a cut, scrape, burn, or have surgery, your skin begins a process of healing that helps ensure that everything inside stays safe.So, how does the skin actually do all of this? It really breaks down to an easily understood four-phase process of wound healing.
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