Serracor-NK 150/ 300 Vegetarian Caps Circulatory & Respiratory Support Systemic Enzyme Formula Contains Enteric-Coated Serrapeptase & Nattokinase
Combining two or more of the following treatments over several months is usually the most effective way to treat keloid scars:
- Radiation therapy.
- Pressure dressing.
- Steroid injections.
- Scar revision surgery.
- Laser therapy.
- Liquid nitrogen.
- Verapil (topical cream)
A keloid (say "KEE-loyd") is a scar that grows bigger and wider than the original injury. Keloids most commonly grow on the breastbone, shoulder, upper chest and back, earlobes, and face.
Keloids do not become cancer. But they can be bothersome or painful enough that you seek treatment. Keloids often grow back after treatment. It's possible to prevent a keloid from forming if you take steps to protect the skin after it is damaged.
Serrapeptase and Nattikinase are the most potent fibrin-degrading enzymes in the body. Excessive fibrin in the blood can clog arteries and lead to various inflammatory diseases. Nattokinase and Serrapeptase are the two essential fibrinolytic enzymes that break down and cleanse the blood of fibrin.