Overcoming The Color Of Streaks On The Skin Of The Hands Due To Burns?
2 weeks ago I had a slight burn. on day 2 it doesn’t feel painful. after a week left a pink scar. Then I give dermatix in week 2. Will the color disappear only by dermatix? Or the color can not be lost if only given the ointment?
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Scars often become a problem that arises after wound healing occurs. Scars can generally occur due to blunt force trauma, sharp, friction and burn injuries.
Burns are wounds caused by the influence of temperature, ie temperatures that are too hot or too cold (frost bite).
Burns consist of several degrees, including:
Degree 1: minor burns marked by redness in the burned skin area. Degree 2: divided into degrees 2a (superficial partial thickness) and degree 2b (deep partial thickness). This type of burn is characterized by redness of the skin to pink, very painful and can appear bubbles / bubbles filled with fluid. Grade 3: affects deeper areas of the skin, and causes extensive and severe damage. Characterized by brownish / blackish skin
The process of healing the skin after a burn will cause brownish or blackish scars. The pink color indicates the skin is in the process of regeneration and later it will turn black. In addition, burns can also leave scars such as hypertrophic scarring, brushes and keloids.
First and second degree burns or minor burns will often cause minimal skin damage and a short healing process.
Over time, the color black will tend to fade and can disappear by itself without the need for any handling. But of course this requires a long time, both in a matter of months to years.
To help brighten back the skin that has been blackened due to scars, several ways that can be done include using a special skin lightening cream for scars. The cream you use does help to reduce scars, especially uneven and blackened scars. In addition, operative procedures such as laser light, dermabrasion and skin grafts can be performed on burns with a heavier degree. The use of steroid injections can also be indicated on scars that cause keloids.
If you want to get more complete information, I suggest having a direct discussion with a dermatologist to find out the right treatment. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps