Endothelial cells line the inside of every blood vessel in the body. They form a…
A laceration is defined as a tearing or rupturing of soft tissue, such as the skin. The term laceration implies a torn or jagged wound. Lacerations tend to be caused by sharp objects. The term ‘gash’ can be used for more dramatic effect because it implies a longer or deeper cut. An ‘avulsion’ refers to a wound where tissue is not just separated but torn away from the body.
Accelerating the healing process of lacerations and helping to minimise scarring can be achieved with the use of red and infrared light therapy.
How will light therapy help treat puncture wounds?
Photizo Skincare will help to trigger natural cellular photo-biochemical reactions in the skin and will assist in:
- Cleaning up dead cells
- Increasing microcirculation and formation of new capillaries
- Boosting collagen production
- Reducing inflammation and swelling
- Reducing pain