Keloid treatment: what must you do?

Keloids are scars that proliferate. They have extremely annoying characteristics and fall into the category of ‘problem scars’. Not only are they much more visible and unsightly, they also result in more complaints than ordinary scars: Itching ‘Pulling’ of the skin Bright red or purple colour Very painful, for example when lying on the scar…

How do you treat a burn blister?

A burn blister is a second-degree burn, which you can treat yourself in most cases. It is recognisable as a fluid-filled blister that develops on your skin. What has in fact happened is that the epidermis (outer skin layer) has detached itself from the underlying skin layers. Take care! A burn blister can be superficial…

Girl with chicken pox

Prevent and reduce chicken pox scars

Prevent and reduce chicken pox scars Chicken pox scars: prevention and reduction is possible! Chicken pox is already upsetting enough for your child. Some children really seem to go under with it, whilst others have a lot fewer problems. Children particularly suffer from itching. Chicken pox can cause scarring in 2 ways: The chicken pox…

The story of Rick Thomas and Alhydran

For a year and a half, 36-year-old Rick Thomas suffered from painful cuts and wounds on the inside of his hands despite seeking relief from specialists and many different products.  Then Rick turned to Alhydran. Within just a few weeks, Rick noticed miraculous results.  A recent catch-up session with Rick reveals his remarkable Alhydran success…

child reaches for Kettle

My child has a burn! What now?

If your child has a serious burn, keep calm – and follow the instructions below! Determine the seriousness of the burn First-degree burns: your child’s skin is red and is painful only in the burned area. These are superficial burns and you can generally treat them yourself. (See below under ‘First-degree burn? Always apply water…

How Aloe Vera benefits your skin

The Aloe Vera plant has natural healing powers. The juice is full of proteins, vitamins and minerals and is used to treat wounds and burns. Aloe Vera helps prevent the formation of new scars and removes existing scars. The power of Aloe Vera in a scar cream Aloe Vera hydrates, penetrating into the deepest skin layers. The cream’s…

Can I expose my scar to the sun?

Can I expose my scar to the sun? No. Never directly expose your scar to sunlight. Make sure your scar is very well protected from sunlight when you go outside or sunbathe. This applies to all kinds of scars. Especially to recent, large and serious scars. For example scars resulting from accident, operation or burn…