Injury Bruise – If you fall to the ground while playing basketball or football, hit your leg on the table or run into a wall, chances are, you will most likely develop an unsightly bruise that will take some time to heal.
A bruise is caused when tiny blood vessels are damaged or broken as the result of a blow to the skin. The raised area of a bump or bruise results from blood leaking from these injured blood vessels into the tissues as well as from the body’s response to the injury.
A bruise is medically referred to as a contusion. A purplish, flat bruise that occurs when blood leaks out into the top layers of skin is referred to as an ecchymosis. While natural bruise healing varies from person to person, the average healing time is around 1 to 2 weeks — if it’s located at an area that’s tough to conceal, it may be embarrassing to be seen in public.
Treatment – Developed by a plastic surgeon, Bruiseguard MD is a multi-technology regimen designed to help the body fade bruising after surgery.
Claims made on Bruiseguard MD have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets
Vitamin E Sheets is an ultra-thin, nearly invisible, silicone scar sheet that uses medical grade silicone infused with vitamin E that is believed to mimic the normal skin’s natural barrier function thereby improving the appearance of scars both old and new.
Scarguard Repair Liquid
Originally developed by a plastic surgeon to help treat the toughest scars that come after surgery, it has since become a trusted solution to flatten and shrink scars.
Scarguard Lightening Serum
Lightening Serum uses a proprietary blend of multiple lighteners. This combination of dermatological and homeopathic ingredients has been engineered to act synergistically to lighten dark brown scars and other skin discolorations.
Scarguard Bruise Fader
Bruise Fader is a proprietary formulation that pays close attention to the route of administration. Some of the ingredients are taken sublingually or dissolve under the tongue and some are enteric coated which protects them from stomach acids so they can be released in the intestinal track optimizing the benefits of Bruiseguard MD’s ingredients.