Cellfood Oxygen Gel and Scars

Skin tissue healing is a complex process and it is important to remember that for the most part, scars in general are permanent although there may be ways to lessen the severity of the scar visibly. That means a scar can be improved or camouflaged and therefore reduced visibly, but there is usually some trace of a scar.

When scar tissue develops the brain/nerve connections, which are necessary for the sense of touch, never develop or the development is retarded from anerobisis. Scar tissue develops primarily to heal and protect, and only secondarily to feel sensation. The scar area receives less touch and because of this, it receives less stimulation; which causes the nerve endings and connections to under-develop. This process goes on until there is a thick mass of non-sensory tissue, most of it probably scar tissue.

Cellfood Oxygen Gel will have an impact on areas that have already developed this anaerobic tissue mass.  If you are able to provide a daily topical massage using the Cellfood Oxygen Gel soon after an injury, the Cellfood Oxygen Gel is able to provide an aerobic environment of active oxygen, essential minerals, enzymes, and amino acids (proteins) to help stimulate new healthy cellular generation.

In addition, Cellfood Oxygen Gel is able to penetrate the epidermis, cleansing and killing pathogenic organisms present in newly formed scar tissue. Generally speaking, you will want to take the blood away from an area before you apply Cellfood Oxygen Gel and begin to work with scar tissue so that it will hurt less to work with it (the cold of ice will also numb the nerves so you can work with the scar tissue). 

Cellfood Oxygen Gel is very effective with hypertrophic scars; stretch marks developed during pregnancy, pigment scars, hormone-induced scars, and acne scars.

Cellfood Oxygen Gel is not as effective with older keloidal scar tissue.