Kelo-cote Spray Stretch Mark Treatment Review
The third, and final, stretch mark treatment product that we will review is
Kelo-cote Scar Spray. Kelo-cote Scar Spray was specifically developed for the prevention and treatment of painful, sensitive and widespread scars resulting from trauma, burns, and surgery. It is a transparent, lightweight, odorless, and self-drying silicone gel you spray on the desired area, rather than rubbing on your skin. It can be used on joints, curvy body parts, hairy areas, and large area scars such as those caused from pregnancy.
Kelo-cote Scar Spray acts like an extra layer of skin. It dries rapidly to form a flexible, breathable, waterproof silicone gel sheet that binds to the top layer of your skin; ensuring that treatment is delivered 24 hours a day. It helps to soften, flatten and smooth the scar while maintaining the moisture balance and elasticity of the adjacent skin. Kelo-cote Scar Spray has also been shown to reduce the discoloration associated with stretch marks and other scars. It is even suitable for use on children and people with sensitive skin.
According to the makers of Kelo-cote Scar Spray:
Kelo-cote Spray forms a bond with the stratum corneum (the outer layer of dead skin cells) forming a protective barrier against chemical, physical and microbial invasion of the scar site while assisting with hydration. This creates an environment which allows the scar to mature through normalized collagen synthesis cycles, and improves the physiological and cosmetic appearance of the scar.
Kelo-cote Spray can be used to help, treat, reduce, prevent and soften the following types of scars:
- Stretch mark scars
- Pregnancy scars
- Caesarian section scars
- Hysterectomy scars
- Tummy tuck scars
- Keloid scars
- Hypertrophic scars
- Burn scars
- Acne scars
- Plastic surgery scars
- Breast augmentation scars
- Breast reduction scars
- Breast implant scars
- Mastectomy scars
- Post laser peel redness
- Mohs surgery scars
- Body contouring scars
- Body piercing scars
- Tattoo removal scars
- Cleft lip scars
A 100mL can contains enough Kelo-cote Scar Spray, when used as directed, to treat an area of 30 square inches (5"x6") once per day for approximately 12 weeks.
You may be wondering, “Is silicone even effective in the treatment of scars?” The answer is “Yes.” Silicone is recognized as an effective agent in reducing hypertrophic scarring, promoting wound healing, and protecting new skin. Published research shows that the benefits of silicone are caused by the 'footprint' left by its sheeting action. These new self-bonding polymers form a long-lasting mono-molecular layer, which is a vapor-permeable protective barrier that keeps the protected tissues well-hydrated and well-oxygenated, while also resisting bacterial and fungal colonization and growth.
Scarring is the inevitable and normal outcome of skin tissue repair. Ideally, you would want skin tissue repair to result in total regeneration and the new skin tissue to have the same structural, aesthetic, and functional attributes as the original uninjured skin. While no topical treatment can completely eliminate the appearance of scars, Kelo-cote Scar Spray is very effective at reducing the appearance, texture, and discoloration of stretch marks and other scars. If you are not a fan of sprays, Kelo-cote is also available in a topical gel.
You can get yours at
$40 for the spray;
$38 for the topical gel.
Stretch Mark Cream Reviews – Conclusion
Stretch marks can be aesthetically disfiguring, distressing, and psychologically disabling. They can cause anxiety, depression, and disruption of daily activities, as well as loss of self-esteem, and stigmatization, resulting in a diminished quality of life. While stretch marks and other scars may fade naturally over time, it can take up to two to three years until scars fully pale and mature. If you want to prevent stretch marks or decrease stretch marks that you already have, you need to try one of the products recommended in these stretch mark cream reviews so you can begin experiencing results sooner, rather than later.
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