Whether you suffer from a new scar, existing scar or you want to prevent one; Premier is dedicated to develop a personalized formulation for all of your health needs. Talk to your physician today and together let us improve your overall quality of life by controlling your scars properly.


Components of Scar Formulation

One of the main components of skin is the collagen protein. Skin collagen is primarily made from fibroblasts. During normal healing processes, fibroblasts begin leaking into the clot just under the scab. Once the clot is sufficiently soaked with fibroblasts, these cells begin to secrete collagen and release growth factor. The growth factor allows fibroblasts to begin expressing their contractile proteins. This allows the fibroblasts to contract and pull a wound tightly together.
Scar tissue is made from the same type of proteins as normal skin, however the composition of the proteins causes a difference in appearance. Specifically, instead of lying in a “basket weave” structure, the proteins are pulled together all in one direction, giving the scar a raised appearance. The most common of these forms of scar tissue are both hypertrophic and keloid scars. Their texture is usually smoother, does not contain sweat glands or hair follicles. These factors can lead to continuous skin irritation. A treatment regimen that begins as the scar is forming and continues for many months is the best method for reducing scar tissue.

Premier Scar Formulations

Premier topical scar formulations are formulated using PracaSil™-Plus, a unique topical anhydrous silicone base that can be used alone or with various actives for potential use in scar formulations. The only compounding base designed for scars and other skin conditions PracaSil™-Plus is an ideal choice for use on all types of scar tissue, or any skin conditions that would benefit from barrier protection. Premier topical scar formulations may include any combination of antihistamines, neurologic agents, calcium channel blockers, vasodilators as well as corticosteroids.

PracaSil™-Plus may be used on:

  Old Scars
  New Scars
  Surgical Scars
  Stretch Marks
  Acne Scars
  Any Skin Condition Needing Barrier Protection

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