Mask Scarring: How it’s affecting nurses and doctors all around the world and how to fix it!
Yikes! Covid-19 is rampant and alive, and the work of nurses and doctors is more essential than ever. In efforts to stop the spread of the virus, medical professionals have to wear heavy-duty protection equipment; one being the N95 masks. The seal of the masks are airtight and can be extremely extraneous on the bridge of the nose and under the eyes. Some workers can work up to 12 hours in this stressful environment, while simultaneously saving the lives of others.
We get it. Your skin is experiencing hypertrophic scarring, a condition characterized by deposits of excessive amounts of collagen which creates a raised scar. In shorter terms, an abnormal response to trauma or injury. This type of scarring is easy to treat, but cosmetically exhausting. If you’re ready to say goodbye to your scars, begin implementing Derm7’s Scar Skit to revive your skin.
1. Gently cleanse your skin of oil and dirt with Derm7’s RENEWAL AND REPLENISH FACIAL WASH.
2. Tone your skin with Derm7’s ESSENTIAL HYDRATING SKIN TONER to keep your skin hydrated and balance it’s PH.
3. Apply our ADVANCED SCAR CORRECTIVE AND REPAIR MOISTURIZER to keep your skin hydrated during the healing process.
a. Daytime: Protect your skin from sun damage caused by UVA &
UVB with Derm7’s OPTIMAL SKIN PROTECTION 50 SPF.
b. Nighttime: When magic happens! Apply our CORRECTIVE SCAR CREAM to help reduce the appearance of various types of scarring.
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