Nearly 4 million people are affected by this rash causing virus every year. Because chickenpox are extremely itchy
and irritating, the natural tendency is to scratch them in an effort to relieve the discomfort. The problem is that
scratching them can tear the skin, resulting in unsightly chickenpox scarring. Should such scars develop it is very important to treat them before they become permanent.
One option for treatment is Scarfade Scar Gel from Hanson Medical. This is a physician recommended product, which has
been on the market since 1998. It can help decrease the size and intensity of many types of scars including scars caused by chickenpox.
If your scar is pitted or indented, it is likely that a topical product such as Scarfade will not help.
Scarfade gel is designed to provide a silicone micro-membrane which moisturizes without skin maceration and
guaranteed to help beautify raised (keloid and hypertrophic)
scars. This unique formula is easily applied, dries quickly and leaves no sticky residue. It is available without a prescription.
Children are often the victims of chickenpox scarring so we are often asked if it if safe for them. Scarfade is
easily tolerated by children and can be worn around the clock. It washes off with soap and water and can be reapplied as soon as the skin is dry.
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