[Sponsored Report] Dong-A’s Noscarna helps heal acne scars
According to the National Health Insurance Service’s report, 74,544 of 110,758 acne patients from 2010 to 2015 were over the age of 20, accounting for 67.3 percent of the total. As it takes a lot of time and effort to get rid of scars, it is crucial to deal with acne properly before acne scars are made. Squeezing or scratching pimples with nails or hands can cause these scars - in the process of forcibly removing acne, skin cells can be damaged and scars can be formed.
It is known that both hereditary and environmental factors are involved in acne’s onset. Excessive oils or cosmetics that block pores, friction and mechanical irritation, as well as stress can all cause or exacerbate acne.
Using a cleanser containing benzoyl peroxide, which has an antibacterial effect, can relieve acne. Yet excessive use of exfoliating products can aggravate the condition by physically stimulating the skin. If scars appear despite all efforts, patients are encouraged to go to the hospital to consult a specialist, receive proper treatment or try an acne-scar remedy.
Noscarna Gel is a Dong-A Pharmaceutical drug that is efficient in relieving scars. It is proven to be effective in scar treatment based on preclinical trials (animal experiments). Its preclinical trials have proved 78 percent skin color recovery and 33.2 percent scar thickness reduction.
It is a general pharmaceutical that can be purchased at a pharmacy. The main ingredients of Noscarna Gel are heparin sodium, allantoin and dexpanthenol, all of which are effective in reducing acne scars, surgical scars and keloid scars.
This product can be used by patients over the age of 2 and can be applied to scars, as well as the surrounding areas, several times a day. It should be used on scars that are completely healed and free of blood or dirt from the wounds.
“Since red blotches of acne are considered scars, it is important to apply an effective remedy,” said a Dong-A Pharmaceutical official. “I hope Noscarna Gel can remove the anxieties of acne patients.”
By Shim Ji-yong [firstname.lastname@example.org]