The five-phase scar treatment system is designed to heal specific life cycles as the surgical scar forms over the first year following surgery.
Javad Sajan, MD, of Allure Esthetic Plastic Surgery in Seattle, Washington, reports that one of the top concerns of surgery patients is scarring. Patients have tried creams, tapes, and treatments to reduce the appearance of their scarring. But in many cases, he says, they end up worsening their condition by using harmful products. To remedy this and provide a solution for surgical scarring, he developed Scar Protocol.
Through research and four years of clinical testing with hundreds of patients, Sajan determined that treating the scar early creates better results than treating an already formed scar. Scar Protocol’s five-phase system is designed to heal specific life cycles as the surgical scar forms over the first year following surgery. The system is formulated with ingredients that promote epithelialization, reduce redness, and protect the scar during healing.
“After using many creams and numerous treatments on scars, I realized some things worked much better than others,” he says. “One cream does not treat the life cycle of a scar. We have a phase for each stage of healing.” In addition, he notes that scarring is not only a concern for plastic surgery patients, it’s a concern for all surgery patients, so everyone can benefit from the treatment system. Along with ingredients that promote minimal scarring, the specialized wash and scar creams included in Scar Protocol contain the soothing elements of aloe vera, snail mucin, and jojoba, that are formulated to decrease itchiness and irritation for a more comfortable recovery. Scar Protocol also offers free scar consultations with scar experts.