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Make a Dramatic Difference to Scarred Skin with Pracasil™-Plus

PracasilTM-Plus Scarred Skin Scars Scars treatment

Do you have any scars that have been bothering you? New or old scars, surgical scars, keloids, stretch marks, acne scars and more… Pracasil Plus is a clinically proven compounding base that can be used by itself or works with active ingredients for all types of scar tissue. It promotes a healing, soothing, and nurturing environment. It also provides long-lasting moisturization, protects the skin’s barrier and reduces water loss.

Study indicates 100% of the subjects showed improvement in scar texture. 74% showed improvement in pigment intensity. Here are are some more evidence:

FACIAL BURN

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Day 8

A five-month-old baby girl was burned by scalding hot water. PracaSil™-Plus sped her recovery significantly, and helped minimize visible scarring.

SURGERY SCAR

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Day 90

A basal cell carcinoma patient, Matthew, used PracaSil™-Plus for post-surgical scars - and reported a 75% overall improvement.

FACIAL SCARRING

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Day 22

A 22-year-old female was severely scarred on the face during a car accident. After six plastic surgeries and the application of PracaSil™-Plus for 3 weeks, the patient was surprised by the softening of her skin and overall improvement of her complexion.

BURN SCARRING

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Day 21

A 51-year-old male received a third-degree burn after being involved in an explosion. Application of PracaSil™-Plus resulted in complete healing within 21 days.

Now we can make a dramatic difference for those with scarred skin.

References

Technical Report: Efficacy of PracaSil™-Plus in the improvement of Scar Appearance - Part 1.

Technical Report: Efficacy of PracaSil™-Plus in the improvement of scar appearance: a randomized, double-blind, controlled study - Part 2 Comparison with a reference commercial scar product.

Technical Report: Inhibitory Effects of PracaSil™-Plus on Melanin Production.

"Case Series: The Effectiveness of Fatty Acids from Pracaxi Oil in a Topical Siilicone Base for Scar and Wound Therapy", Dermatology and Therapy December 2014, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp 259-269.



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