Help manage the appearance of your scars, with AcuScar™ silicone scar gel
AcuScar™ is formulated for application to:
- Keloid Scars
- Surgery Scars
- Burn Scars
- Hypertrophic Scars
- Accidental Scars
- Raised Acne Scars
- Cosmetic Surgical Scars
- Breast Implant & Reduction Scars
- C Section & Pregnancy Scars
Contains 100% silicone ingredients
Formulated for ALL skin types
Can help reduce the appearance of most scar types including Keloids
Formulated to help reduce the appearance of both old & new scars
Helps temporarily reduce discomforts of redness, itchiness, & irritation often associated with scars.
Form a waterproof block that helps seal in moisture while to help shield scar from air & environmental irritants
AcuScar’s proprietary blend of silicone ingredients was developed to help soften and reduce the appearance of both old and new scars. Acuscar™ is applicable on the most common types of scars, including keloid and hypertrophic scars. The Acuscar™ formula provides a thin layer over the scar area to help shield the scar from dirt, debris, and other environment irritants. The ingredient’s contained in AcuScar™ help provide long-lasting moisture to the scar area promoting a healthy healing process.
Order AcuScar™ today and start seeing a difference in the appearance of your scar.
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Form: Silicone Scar Gel (serum)
Size: 1.0 oz / 30 ml
Ingredients: Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, Cyclopentasiloxane
Instructions: Ensure the scar area is clean and dry. Apply a thin layer of AcuScar™ to the scar area. Allow a few minutes for the product to absorb. Remove any excess gel to allow the product to dry (may not fully dry). For best results, AcuScar™ should be applied once in the morning and again in the evening for a constant eight weeks. After this time applications should be continued until results are no longer evident. Read More.
Results are usually seen within 90 days. Length of time will vary by quality, size of scar, and the type of skin injury or trauma that was inflicted on the skin. Individual healing and response to the product ingredients will also determine the scars final appearance and results. Larger, deeper scars may need additional time to allow visible results to be seen, as compared to minimal surface scarring.