As summer begins and we start to spend more time outdoors and in the sun, it is important to protect our skin from direct and excessive sun exposure to avoid damaging our skin or developing unwanted hyperpigmentation. If you currently have hyperpigmentation or melasma, it is still necessary to protect your skin so as to not worsen the melasma.
Growth factors are key ingredients in both Skinuva Scar and Skinuva Brite that help elevate them above other scarring and hyperpigmentation products. Growth factors are secreted proteins that act as signaling messengers and stimulate cell growth, survival, inflammation and tissue repair. In particular with scars, fetal scarless healing is widely published and occurs due to a complex upregulation and downregulation of certain growth factors, which is not seen in adult scar tissues. By utilizing such knowledge, Skinuva's team of scientists, clinicians, and chemists were able to formulate our first product, Skinuva Scar.
May is Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, aimed to raise awareness of the risks of too much sun exposure, how to properly detect signs of skin cancer, and how to treat skin cancer if diagnosed. The face is the most common place on the body for skin cancer to...
April is Cesarean Awareness Month, aiming to raise awareness and educate people on cesarean sections. Nearly one third of births in the U.S. are c-sections, and they are usually performed due to potential medical complications.
A c-section requires a doctor to make an incision that measures roughly 4-6 inches in length in the lower abdomen, leaving women with scars of similar size. There are several treatments for improving scars that result from c-sections, including topical scar creams. Skinuva Scar is a revolutionary, physician developed, and patented scar cream backed by clinical data that is proven to improve the appearance of scars.
Vitamin C is an ingredient often found in many different skincare products that offers a variety of important uses and benefits. While many people get their daily dose of Vitamin C through consuming fruits and vegetables, research has shown that topical Vitamin C is even more effective for the skin. Vitamin C...