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C-Section Scar Treatments for New Mothers

Childbirth is one of the most magical things one can experience, and the gift of a child is incomparable to anything else in life. Medical advancements have made the process much easier and safer, with caesarean sections allowing mothers to avoid or mitigate complications where necessary. And, while many consider the mark this procedure leaves to be a beautiful tribute to this life-changing event, the advancement of technology also means that you do not have to carry the C-section scar with you for life if you do not wish to. Innovative and non-invasive treatments are available to lessen or remove the visible signs left behind by this operation.

c-scar treatmentWhat are These C-Section Scar Treatments We Refer To, And How Does It Work?

Known as the Photizo Skincare, this device allows you to harness the healing power of light to treat the C-section scar. These treatments use red and infrared light at a wavelength of 633 and 850 nanometres, which penetrates tissue to treat skin problems. It allows wounds to heal faster and minimises scarring by stimulating tissue repair and cell regeneration and rejuvenation. The process is painless and completely non-invasive, and can even be administered by yourself where necessary, as the Photizo Skincare device is designed to be easy to use and does not require special training.

It Is Safe to Use During Breastfeeding

Many mothers that are looking at the available C-section scar treatments are concerned about the safety of these procedures soon after giving birth, especially while still breastfeeding, as they do not want the treatment to interfere with the health and wellbeing of their newborn baby. The Photizo Skincare, however, is completely safe to use while breastfeeding. In fact, it can also be used to treat cracked and sore nipples caused by breastfeeding.

Additional Uses for Photizo Skincare

The Photizo Skincare is not only for new mothers – it can also be used to treat, support, or alleviate the following conditions:

  • Healing of acute and chronic wounds
  • Healing of skin damage, such as scrapes, cuts, blisters, sunburn, and minor burn wounds
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Insect bites and skin irritations
  • Uneven pigmentation
  • Rough skin
  • Skin redness (ageing)
  • Rosacea
  • Keratosis
  • Psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, and other inflammatory skin conditions
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Acne and pimples
  • Cold sores
  • Enlarged pores

Talk to us to find out more about using the Photizo Skincare for C-section scar treatments – either for yourself or for your patients – as well as how to get hold of this incredible, multi-functional device.

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