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Woodland Hills, CA
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Covering Up Scars
October 13, 2010 5:13 PM
We don't have a two-in-one treatment to recommend, but if you are willing to check out separate items I think it would benefit you. If you are looking for a product to help cover up
We don't have a two-in-one treatment to recommend, but if you are willing to check out separate items I think it would benefit you. If you are looking for a product to help cover up bruising or scars from your procedures, you may want to check out the line of dermablend cosmetic products.
Dermablend concealers give full coverage but in lightweight formulas. It lasts for hours and is dermatologist tested. Im not sure what color would work for you , but here is the link to the store: http://bit.ly/ckbitW
Another cover up system to checkout is:
Daphne Dermal Filler Scar Treatment System
MMH ID: 62224: http://bit.ly/aCLqZ2
Daphne Dermal Filler Scar Treatment System is is a great product to invisibly mask wrinkles, imperfections and scars. If you take a look at the link you can see a video and pictures of what it can accomplish.
In regards to helping your scar heal faster I would definitely recommend:
Scar Esthetique Healing & Reduction Cream (w/Silicone, Arnica, Antioxidants, Copper Peptides, Co-Q10 MMH ID: 15690:
This silicone based scar reduction cream works great to lessen the appearance of scars (old and new). It also has added ingredients in it to help with healing such as arnica to help with bruising and swelling, antioxidants and vitamins to promote proper healing of the tissues. People end up getting more of this later on to treat additional scars they have, and keep it handy in the home.
I would love to help you! If you have any questions please feel free to email me