Faergor, my browser wont let me quote you. It regenerated tissue after full thickness wounds, usually full thickness wounds results in the most scarring you can get..
Collegekidd, you may be right, as well as quoting you, my browser wont let me paste at the moment too. The source I'm looking at states clinical trials in 18 months etc.
Yeah, so what does that mean? My scar on my nose is hyperthropic, that is at least 2nd level of skin damage. Not epidermis, but below that.