How to reduce acne scars!
Scars are the body’s natural response to burns, cuts, scrapes, surgery, acne and more.
Scar Gel can be used in newly healed wounds or old acne scars to make them look softer, smoother, and less noticeable. The active ingredients help to break down the scar tissue and encourage cell rejuvenation.
This process of cell breakdown and rejuvenation helps to diminish the discoloration associated with acne scars.
The result is that the acne marks are softened, flattened, and their appearance is markedly improved because they now blend in with the surrounding skin and tissue.
1. Scar Gel works on fading acne scars whether they are old, new, keloid scars, acne scars, burns, or surgery scars.
Scar Gel also provides a benefit for stretch marks by reducing the reddish or purplish color that many stretch marks exhibit. It is superior to Vitamin E oil and is non-oily and non greasy so it will not stain your clothes.
It contains allantoin to help heal and soften the skin and aid in the tissue and skin rejuvenation process. It also contains panthenol to increase skin suppleness and onion extract (allicin) which has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties.
Apply twice daily or more for two to six months for maximum results.
2. Acne and Scar Cream by Age Advantage can also help fade acne scars, wounds and burns. This revolutionary formula penetrates into the dermis of the skin addressing scar tissue damage from the inside out. It contains glycolic acid to help exfoliate the surface scar tissue.
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