Mango Skin Care Cream

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Mango Skin Care Cream Miracle 

Scarring is the body’s way of healing and replacing injured skin. There are many types of scars. Some common kinds are:

Fine-line scars

Minor, superficial wounds like cuts and abrasions cause fine-line scars. This type of scar fades significantly over time, becoming nearly invisible without treatment.

Scars are fibrous tissue that doesn’t contain melanin, so they can’t tan. For that reason, fine-line scars may become more obvious in people who don’t use sun protection.

At-home treatments like scar cream may hasten the reduction of the appearance of fine-line scars.

Atrophic scars

Atrophic scarring is sometimes referred to as pitted skin. This type of scar typically looks like an indented hole, or pit.

Atrophic scars are often caused by severe acne. They can also be caused by chicken pox blisters that are damaged by scratching.

Atrophic scars don’t respond well to at-home treatments. But medical treatments like chemical peels and soft tissue fillers can be highly effective for significantly reducing their appearance.

Keloid scars

Keloid scars are thick clusters of raised scar tissue that form around the edges of a wound. They may be red or dark in color. Keloid scars are typically round in shape with irregular borders.

Keloid scars are formed from excess collagen that is produced after an initial wound, such as a burn, deep cut, or infected ear piercing, has healed. In some instances, keloid scars may not appear for several months after the initial wound occurred.

Keloid scars are usually painless but may cause discomfort, including tenderness or itchiness.

Treatments for keloid scars include steroid injections and cryotherapy.

Hypertrophic scars

Hypertrophic scars are similar in appearance to keloid scars.

Unlike keloid scars, hypertrophic scars form only within the boundaries of the initial wound.

Hypertrophic scars may take several months to thicken and form completely. They may also fade to some extent over several years without treatment.

Hypertrophic scars can be treated medically with corticosteroid injections or with at-home treatments, such as silicone sheets.

Use: Face

Shelf life: Three years

Number of Pieces: One Unit

NET WT: Other

Model Number: Pigmentation Corrector

Item Type: Cream


Gender: Unisex

Features3: Mild and non-irritating

Features2: Safe and effective

Features1: Plant extract

Feature: Pigmentation Corrector

Efficacy6: Anti-aging

Efficacy5: Anti-wrinkle

Efficacy4: Accelerating cell regeneration

Efficacy3: Whitening skin

Efficacy2: Hydrating

Efficacy1: Moisturizing