Contractubex cream for scars
Active ingredients- Allantoin, Extractum Allium Capae, Heparin and Serol.
Contractubex gel works equally on mature and fresh blemishes they turn out to be smoother and the cells more elastic, functional, strong and less noticeable. Extractum Allium Capae stops development of fibroblast and has scar softening and tissue relaxing actions. It in addition supports hydration and flow of blood to scar regions. Allantoin encourages cell rejuvenation without initiating reproduction (hyperplasia) and supports epithelialization. Heparin uses smoothening actions on collagenic skin cells and in addition gets rid of hypovascularity by boosting hydration of scar cells. Heparin moreover has fibrinolytic action. Serol the water-soluble foundation reconciles the deep infiltration of the active elements into the skin cells.
Contractubex cream is from the family of heparinoids or heparins applied contemporarily in antivaricose treatment. Normally Contractubex cream is used for taking care of the following skin conditions:
- Hypotrophic Scars, Hypertrophic Scars along with Keloidal Scars;
- Movement controlling and superficially mutilated marks post operations or amputations;
- Accident scars and burn patches;
- Acne Scars;
- Pregnancy Stretch Marks( known as Striae distensae in medical terms);
Besides the above mentioned skin conditions Contractubex cream or gel can also be used for other ailments as found appropriate by your dermatologist.
Dosage and Administration
Contractubex gel is vaguely rubbed into the skin or scar regions 3 - 4 times every day until it is fully absorbed by the skin. In case of mature, old marks Contractubex gel might be permitted to take action while sleeping with proper sterilized dressing. Depending to the dimension of the present contracture or scar management will be required for a number of weeks. Consequent transplants and operations can time and again be stay away from by the appropriate use of Contractubex cream.
Contractubex side effects
Normally no adverse reactions have been associated to the use of Contractubex gel. Patients may suffer from hypersensitivity to any of the active ingredients found in Contractubex cream. Stop using the gel immediately and consult a physician immediately if any symptoms of allergic reaction occur.