FAQ

 

Q: What are the risk factors for developing scar tissue?

A: Risk factors for developing scar tissue include a genetic predisposition to developing scar tissue, race, surgery, prolonged or delayed wound healing, stress and certain health and medical conditions.

Q: What are the complications of scar tissue?

A: Scar tissue itself does not increase your risk of suffering from a serious health condition; however, it can impact and affect other processes within your body. Scar tissue can prevent proper healing by impeding the proper flow of nutrients to a certain area. Also, scar tissue can lead to a retraction within effected areas, such as the breast in breast augmentation. Scars may also leave cosmetic deformities or imperfections.

Q: Why is surgery a risk factor for scar tissue?

A: Any time a part of the body is disturbed or cut, the resulting healing process can lead to scarring. In other words, scar tissue can interrupt or hinder the natural healing process.

Q: How do I know if I am suffering from scar tissue?

A: There is no real measurement tool available for the diagnosis of scar tissue. While scar tissue may be visible if it develops on the top layer of skin, scar tissue development beneath the skin is often undetectable until it has progressed considerably. Post-operative wound healing should be monitored by a healthcare professional to determine if any measures must be taken to prevent excessive scar tissue development.

Q: What is Scarase?

A: Scarase is a natural vegetarian compound supplement used for the effective treatment and prevention of scar tissue development. It helps reduce both post-operation scar tissue formations, and established scar tissue formations.

Q: Is Scarase the right choice for me?

A: If you believe you are suffering from scar tissue and/or are concerned about its potential post-operative development, then you would most likely benefit from Scarase.

Q: How do I take Scarase?

A: Scarase is designed for daily use. Take two (2) capsules of Scarase, by mouth, with a glass of water twice daily. Based on the type of surgery and your response to the treatment, your physician/surgeon will change the dosage accordingly. It can be taken with or without meals.

Q: What if I miss a dose?

A: As long as you take your next dose as scheduled, there should be no consequences to missing a dose.

Q: Are there restrictions in the use of Scarase?

A: If you are taking any other medications, you should consult with your healthcare professional prior to consuming Scarase.

Q: How can I get Scarase?

A: Please visit our “Order Scarase” section on this website to order.

Q: What if I have further questions and need answers?

A: Our support team consists of healthcare professionals that can assist you with any questions you may have. Should you have any questions or concerns, please visit our Contact Us page and send your inquiry.

Q: Which payment options do you offer?

A: Please visit our Payment Options page.