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Abstract

Insight into the Wound Healing Properties of Vitamin C

Akhoondinasab MR*

Water-soluble Vitamin C is inevitable and important for the synthesis of collagen and also aids as a surrounding material for body tissues, blood vessels, cartilages, bone, teeth, skin. In addition, it is also known to be improving the protective function of immune system and wounds by accelerating the healing mechanism; secondly the Vitamin C solution is required to cross link the collagen molecules to uplift the tissue strength and eventually heals the wounds. Sarpooshi HR et al. [1] evaluated the effect of topical Vitamin C on improving second degree burns.