NuDerma MD Scar Prevention and Reduction
Scarring is an imperfect mechanism – an evolutionary compromise made to restore tissue integrity, preventing infection at the expense of appearance. Scars take many forms, depending on size, severity, injury and location. Many heal to become fine-line scars, but some lead to abnormal scarring. There is a spectrum of scars ranging from stretched or depressed to raised dermal scars such as hypertrophic and keloid scars. In all types of scarring, alleviating inflammation and the prolonged distress of the ECM is key to reduction. Years of clinical testing of our patented MD Matrix compound demonstrates its effectiveness in this critical phase of the wound healing process.
The aloe vera plant contains two powerful chemicals that improve wound healing. Polysaccharides increase cellular movement which leads to faster tissue regrowth and glycoproteins relieve pain and control the inflammatory response.
Tamanu oil, pulled from an evergreen tree found along the seashores of Indian and Pacific Oceans, contains anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It spurs the formation of new tissue, greatly speeding up the healing process. This cicatrization property helps dramatically lighten discolorations such as scars, stretch marks, or rosacea.
Naturally endowed with high concentrations of the highly potent antioxidant vitamin E, Almond oil can protect your skin from oxidative stress and UV radiation damage. The oil is rich in proteins required for collagen formation and vitamin A which helps reduce acne flare-ups.
Vitamin E is the primary antioxidant in the skin and is linked to improved healing and diminishing scars on the skin. Most useful in the proliferative phase of wound healing creating new granular tissue and skin cells in the wound area.
Comprised of natural plant extracts that encompass the 5 groups of active compounds necessary for good health of the extracellular matrix in mammalian tissue. Together these transdermal bioactive orthomolecular ingredients ameliorate inflammation, soreness, redness, through stabilization of the extracellular matrix (ECM). Restoration and normalization of the ECM supports rapid healing while in many instances provides anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal effects.