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Scars are often considered to be skin problems that affect beauty. The tension acting on the edge of the wound is the main factor causing the scar hyperplasia. At present, the clinical use of botulinum toxin A (BTX-A) around the wound to cause transient muscle paralysis reduce the muscle movement around the wound and wound tension to prevent scar hyperplasia during wound healing. But the use of BTX-A to prevent scarring requires the use of a syringe. The syringe can cause trauma and pain when it pricks the skin for BTX-A injection. The conotoxin which is secreted by the poison glands on the inside of the venom tube and capsule of the snail provides a simple and effective way to prevent skin scar hyperplasia. We reviewed the classification of conotoxin, the conotoxin's mechanism of preventing scar hyperplasia, and the research direction of conotoxin in the future and provided reference for promoting the application of conotoxin in preventing skin scar hyperplasia. © 2020 Wiley Periodicals LLC.

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Pengfei Sun, Zhonglei Ji, Zhengyong Li, Bo Pan. Prevention of scar hyperplasia in the skin by conotoxin: A prospective review. Journal of cosmetic dermatology. 2021 Jun;20(6):1885-1888

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