July 01, 2017
There are many variables that can determine whether a scar from a C-section becomes raised, dark, or visible. There are genetic factors that can influence formation of C-section scars and many of these influences can be further exacerbated by the surgical technique used to suture the incision line. Plastic surgeons and obstetricians agree that early treatment for C-section scars can help avoid the development of raised or dark scars that can undermine your body's natural beauty.
The formation of a scar begins within hours after a C-section incision is sutured closed by your obstetrician. It takes a few days for the incision line to heal over and this is the exact time where scar formation begins. Plato's Medicinals has developed a C-section Scar Kit that is easy to apply and actively prevents the most common types of scar formation on a C-section scar. Approved by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and obstetricians, Plato's scar Therapy Mini Kit is ideal for C-section scars.
Plato's Dark Scar Corrector: Massage into scar.
Plato's Scar Serum: Massage into scar immediately after Dark Scar Corrector
Plato's Dark Scar Corrector: Massage into scar.Plato's Scar Serum: Massage into scar immediately after Dark Scar Corrector
Your dermatologist or plastic surgeon may also recommend laser therapy, scar modulation, or Kenalog IIT to further help prevent scar formation.
July 02, 2017