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So I’m going to talk about one of my favorite products in general but also one of my favorite products for scars and that is SKINUVA. I recently did a podcast with Dr. Christopher Zoumalan highlighting this product and I’m going to give a little shout out. I am not going to get paid to endorse nor am I making any money off this besides the fact we do carry it in our office and I am just a big believer in this product. I seen some amazing changes with our patient’s scars. So scars in general don’t all heal the same and that means every person in how they heal a scar is going to be different. Some patients who heal with scars and do an amazing job the way their body heals at this and there’s some patients who have a little more issues with healing. A lot of this is about the TTF data, one to three ratio, and factors in how much collagen we’re going to make and how much inflammation we create. If there’s one thing this COVID crisis taught us is that there’s some patients who have a hyper inflammatory response and some of us who don’t and it’s kind of similar with wounds and scars too. So the beautiful thing about this products in SKINUVA has growth factors in it which kind of trains your body to heal the way we want to heal. And it also has cell phone based in there as well. So I’ve seen a few patients now where I’ve seen the results and they have been nothing short of amazing.
I shared one example with Dr. Christopher Zoumalan where I had a patient whose skin on her chin almost looked like a second or third degree burn but now she has no issues there And that was all basically skin and TNS, uh, T serums growth factors as well. Um, and so for my post-surgery patients, I have been, uh, a big fan of skin on their scars around day two. Um, what I have them do is they, um, day two of having disorders remove us say, uh, they rub a small amount. They rub this dis scarf twice a day. And while, uh, you look about six to eight weeks later, sometimes 12 weeks later, much of that redness is gone. Much of the, um, the RAness of the scars are, uh, they’re flattened out. They look better and just a much improved appearance than they would’ve been otherwise. So, uh, big shot out to Skiva, kind of a secret weapon. That’s, uh, no longer a secret of mine.