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Introducing Particle's New Scar Gel

Introducing Particle’s New Scar Gel

Grace Michaeli

Scars are one of those things that you either expose proudly or look to hide. The choice, of course, is completely up to you. But if you have chosen to blur out and cover those scars, make sure to choose a product that can take them head on. Introducing Particle’s new and advanced scar gel – an ideal and simple solution to any type of scar. But hang on, what makes Particle’s gel different than others? More importantly, how will you know it’s the right solution for you? Here’s how we’ve created our winning formula! 

The Issue of Scar Tissue 

Scars form as part of the body’s process of healing. Scars may be sunken, flat, or raised, depending on the kind of damage. So, they are a natural biological reaction to wounds. When injuries damage the deep layer of the skin, dermis, the body forms new collagen fibers around the wound. Consequently, this new tissue looks and feels different. 

We designed Particle’s scar gel to be part of the body’s natural process of healing. It builds on the biology of wound repair and boosts the process with an expert combination of natural elements. The silicon holds the rich synthesis of oils and vitamins together for efficient absorption in the localized scar area. The gel targets scar tissue and is one of the more popular methods of improving the appearance of scars.

 

Scars are one of those things that you either expose proudly or look to hide.
Scars are one of those things that you either expose proudly or look to hide.

 

The Unique Qualities of Particle’s Scar Gel

Each person’s skin and scars are different, but Particle’s gel is designed to accommodate a wide range of factors. This comprehensiveness is one of our gel’s unique qualities. It works on all types of scars, including acne scars, surgery scars, and burn scars. Furthermore, its advanced synthesis of the best properties of silicone, vitamins, and oils improves the overall appearance and texture of scarred skin.

The product of Particle’s impressive lab expertise, its effective silicone formula ensures long-term effects. It boasts a unique blend of oils and vitamins boosting the natural processes of healing. Effectively moisturizing the skin is one of the secrets to improving the appearance of damaged skin. The vitamins we’ve selected for our gel, are there to perform that function. Finally, the silicone ties the gel together, hydrates scar tissue, and reduces collagen production.  All of which contribute to flattening and smoothing the skin. 

 

It works on all types of scars, including acne scars, surgery scars, and burn scars.
It works on all types of scars, including acne scars, surgery scars, and burn scars.

 

O is for Oils

Particle Scar Gel is an advanced lab design that blends silicone, vitamins, and oils. The unique symphony of natural ingredients boosts the body’s natural processes of healing. Some of the ingredients included are natural oils that smoothen the skin and offer it natural moisture.

One of the oils that have substantial effects on skin rejuvenation and healing is jojoba oil. The oil derives from the seed of a plant, called Simmondsia Chinensis. It speeds up cell regeneration, has vital anti-bacterial effects, and can soften rough skin textures. Another oil found in our scar gel is avocado oil. It’s great at moisturizing dry and irritated skin and can serve as a natural sunblock. The oil is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents and accelerates the production of elastin that improves skin elasticity and helps generate new connective tissue.

Last, and perhaps most important, the formula contains Apricot oil (aka apricot kernel oil). Its exceptionally rich list of nutrients includes: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Omega 9, Omega 6, Omega 3, Palmitic and Stearic acids, and more. Apricot oil resembles sebum, the oiling substance naturally produced by the skin. The skin easily absorbs it, which makes it a very nourishing oil that smooths out lines and wrinkles. Rich in Vitamins C and E, apricot oil rounds out Particle’s Scar Gel formula.

 

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Last, and perhaps most important, the formula contains Apricot oil (aka apricot kernel oil).

 

V is for Vitamins

Vitamins are vital – and Particle’s Scar Gel packs the best of them. Vitamin C is found at high levels in the outer and inner layers of the skin (the epidermis and the dermis). It serves vital functions in undamaged skin, like boosting the production of collagen and inducing antioxidant and anti-aging effects. These same properties of decreasing cell damage make it invaluable in healing wounds.

Like its frequent companion Vitamin C, Vitamin E is a respected anti-oxidant in its own right. It’s great protection against UV damage, free radicals, and has strong anti-inflammatory and anti-aging effects. Additionally, it’s a wonderful moisturizer and is easily absorbed by the skin, thus supporting the immune system and cell function. But Vitamin E is especially effective when paired with Vitamin C. Working in tandem, they are unmatched as deep nourishment for the skin which smooths and tones the epidermis, straightening and strengthening it, thus helping it heal better.

 

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Vitamin C is found at high levels in the outer and inner layers of the skin (the epidermis and the dermis).

 

Conclusion

Normally, with a good diet and undamaged skin, the body ingests or produces vitamins and oil naturally. But when the skin is damaged, we have to make extra efforts and help our body. To balance and optimize the process of healing, Particle has the solution for you! 

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