Fallout 4 More Scars Mod
In no real particular order as we're not ranking mods already here are the top 10 mods for week 29 after release of Fallout 4 after the viewership of the lists which I hope you enjoyed. The mods have evolved once more offering some far better high resolution texture and general mods for Fallout 4.
Download Here The latest fashion line has just hit the Commonwealth so it's about time you got into these suck new fashions with a number of more realistic looking clothing. There are a few combinations available in this package that should suffice.
Download Here It's always great to add some personalization mods occasionally and this one packs a wide range of interestingly named hair colors to add some more color into the wasteland as its palette is usually rather drab.
Download Here Don't be afraid to show that you've seen some crazy things out there in the wasteland with some sick body scars for either gender. Be proud to tell the story of when a Deathclaw cut you or that time you stepped on a landmine and then reverted your save bravely with only a minor scar to tell the tale.
In older patients, or where the skin is more lax, scars settle more rapidly. In younger patients, or where the skin is more taught, it will take eighteen months to two years before the scar is mature.
Finally, the remodelling stage begins and continues for a period from several weeks to a few years. Scar remodelling is what changes a thick, red, raised scar to a thin, flat, white scar and over the course of time, your scars will usually fade and become barely noticeable.
Keloids can occur anywhere on the body, but are most common on the ears, neck, shoulders, upper arms, chest, or back. Symptoms include pigmentation of the skin, itchiness, redness, unusual sensations and pain. Although anyone can form a keloid scar, some ethnic groups are more at risk. People of African or Asian descent are more likely to develop keloids than people with lighter skin. However, people with ginger hair and very fair skin are also at increased risk of hypertrophic or keloid scarring. Men and women are equally affected.
A hypertrophic scar looks similar to a keloid. Hypertrophic scars are more common, but they don't get as big as keloids and often subside by themselves (a process that can take up to one year or more). They occur in all racial groups.
Different scars need different treatments. Do not be surprised if Mr Henley advises leaving the scar alone for a while to see if this problem resolves on its own, particularly if it is less than a year old. Mr Henley might recommend compression therapy, intense pulsed light or laser therapy, steroid injections, application of a special silicone sheet or scar revision surgery.
There has been a lot of research recently into laser treatment for young scars. Young scars are those that are within a year or two old. They are either pink or red and they don't have the mature, light quality of the older scars. Some of the lasers that are available now may be effective on newer scars, but some of the older scars probably won't benefit from laser treatment.
Stick to the post-operative instructions! Too much movement can cause fluid to collect (swelling) and interfere with the laying down of collagen which is necessary to hold the wound together. In more drastic cases, the force of movement can pull the incision apart. In general, the less tension on the wound, the less the scar will widen with time. After surgery, Mr Henley may limit your exercise regime, range of movements, lifting or driving for a while. He may also supply you with special post-op compression garments to promote healing by limiting bruising and pushing excess fluid out of the operated area.
SCAR Mod 2Production InformationManufacturerScrutch IndustriesTypeAssault RifleTechnical SpecificationsMagazine Size40 + 180 + 1 with Extended Ammo BoxFire ModeAutomaticSemi-automatic with single-shotRate of Fire700RPMAmmunition SpecificationsAmmunition Type4mm SabotUsageEra(s)2040