Talsyn-CI is a lipid-petide scar reducer that is made with several innovative fatty acids, unique peptides, antioxidants, and complimentary botanical extracts. Used by leading plastic and reconstructive surgeons, Talsyn is highly effective in improving the scar appearance of surgical scars and incisions, skin lacerations, keloids, hypertrophic scars, burns, and abrasions while working to improve the appearance of the scar, reduce redness and skin rigidity, improve circulation, and ensure proper wound healing and skin regeneration. Patients can see results in as little as 2-4 weeks.
How does Talsyn-CI work?
Talsyn's proprietary patent pending blend of ingredients has the unique ability of penetrating deep into the layers of the skin where wound healing occurs. Synthesis of new collagen which is vital to the process of wound healing is stimulated. Other ingredients deliver anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties. At the same time, the numerous nutrients in Talsyn's botanicals help nourish the skin, create an optimal environment for the skin to heal and repair itself in the fastest, most efficient organized configuration; thus allowing the scar to most closely resemble its original skin integrity. These effects help reduce redness and skin rigidity, improve circulation, and ensure proper wound healing and skin regeneration.
The main active ingredient of Talysn is an exotic oil (Calophyllum Inophyllum oil) from the South Seas that had proven to be very effective for healing in folk medicine and scientific research. Calophyllum provides several fatty acids, flavonoids, and lactones which have demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects, anti-histaminic properties, and anti-ulcer activity. The oil is combined with a special peptide and several support ingredients to produce a comprehensive and clinically proven healing product. The blend of synergistic botanicals assist the key ingredients as sources of several phyto-chemical nutrients, including all essential amino acids, which assist the overall healing process of traumatized skin.