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How does Dermatix® Acne Scar work?

When it comes to acne scar treatments, invasive or medical procedures such as filler injections or laser resurfacing tend to come to mind, along with all their risks and drawbacks. Treating acne scars is serious business, after all.

So how effective can a gel that only requires you to apply twice a day possibly be? You'll be surprised - here's how Dermatix® Acne Scar lightens dark spots, marks, and scars1, 2, 3 safely, quickly and effectively!

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Acne is formed when follicles are blocked by an overproduction of sebum mixing with dead skin cells, leading to inflammation and bacterial infection.4

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Left unmanaged, the damaged skin will tend to be unable to produce enough collagen for tissue repair, resulting in sunken acne scars.4 Meanwhile, persistent inflammation may cause an overproduction of melanin, resulting in dark spots.2

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When you treat your fresh acne scars with Dermatix® Acne Scar, its Cyclopentasiloxane (CPX) silicone polymers will form a protective barrier on the surface, to protect against bacterial invasion and maintain hydration to aid healthy wound healing.5

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Meanwhile the ActivGCS snail slime extract stimulates collagen and elastin production to ‘fill in' the pitted scars.1

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In addition, Vitamin B3 helps to reduce inflammation and minimise hyperpigmentation2, while Zinc6 work to control sebum production, reducing the severity of your acne. Less acne means less scars!

 
 
 
 
 
 

Acne is formed when follicles are blocked by an overproduction of sebum mixing with dead skin cells, leading to inflammation and bacterial infection.4

Left unmanaged, the damaged skin will tend to be unable to produce enough collagen for tissue repair, resulting in sunken acne scars.4 Meanwhile, persistent inflammation may cause an overproduction of melanin, resulting in dark spots.2

When you treat your fresh acne scars with Dermatix® Acne Scar, its Cyclopentasiloxane (CPX) silicone polymers will form a protective barrier on the surface, to protect against bacterial invasion and maintain hydration to aid healthy wound healing.5

Meanwhile the ActivGCS snail slime extract stimulates collagen and elastin production to ‘fill in' the pitted scars.1

In addition, Vitamin B3 helps to reduce inflammation and minimise hyperpigmentation2, while Zinc6 work to control sebum production, reducing the severity of your acne. Less acne means less scars!

Dermatix® Acne Scar's advanced formulation isn't only effective, it also works fast, with visible results in as little as 4 weeks.7

Based on a survey of 65 patients (aged 18–40 years) with acne scarring issue.

And as a topical silicone gel, Dermatix® Acne Scar is easy to apply, dries quickly and invisibly, is make-up friendly, and most importantly for acne sufferers, does not irritate the skin - so grab a tube and tackle your acne scars today!

TACKLE YOUR ACNE SCARS
Lightens dark spots, marks and scars
Prevents development of new acne blemishes and scars
Innovative CPX Silicone technology and ActivGCS (snail slime extract) formulation
Sources
  1. CR&D, S. L. Inner skin activators: Skin feel and skin smoothing enhancers (2016). Retrieved from: http://www.beautyandcosmetic.eu/public/pdf/articoli/pdf/ita/GLYCOSNAIL_SITO.pdf (page 2)
  2. Dermatologist shines light on natural ingredients used in new topical treatments for hyperpigmentation. American Academy of Dermatology, 2014. Retrieved from: https://www.aad.org/media/news-releases/dermatologist-shines-light-on-natural-ingredients-used-in-new-topical-treatments-for-hyperpigmentation
  3. Tang, S. C., & Yang, J. H. (2018). Dual Effects of Alpha-Hydroxy Acids on the Skin. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 23(4), 863. doi:10.3390/molecules23040863
  4. Connolly D, et al. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2017;10:12–23
  5. Puri N, Talwar A. J Cutan Aesthet Surg 2009;2:104–106
  6. Gupta, M., Mahajan, V. K., Mehta, K. S., & Chauhan, P. S. (2014). Zinc therapy in dermatology: a review. Dermatology research and practice, 2014, 709152. Retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25120566 (under point 7.1. Acne Vulgaris)
  7. Dermatix Acne Scar Assessment report. SY18043092

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