ScarAway Professional Grade Silicone Scar Treatment Sheets – Full Dr. Recommended 12 Week Supply 12 Multi-Use Patches with Free Storage Case Included

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2 thoughts on “ScarAway Professional Grade Silicone Scar Treatment Sheets – Full Dr. Recommended 12 Week Supply 12 Multi-Use Patches with Free Storage Case Included

  1. 57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    How Scar Away Does after a 2.5 months, June 14, 2009
    By 
    R. Staunton
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    This review is from: ScarAway Professional Grade Silicone Scar Treatment Sheets – Full Dr. Recommended 12 Week Supply 12 Multi-Use Patches with Free Storage Case Included (Health and Beauty)

    Most reviews of this product were not helpful since reviewers did not wait long enough to get results. My raised scar was a challenge for this product since it was 2 yrs old, I am in my mid-50s, and I definitely tend to scar. But after a full 2 months I finally decided the product helped. After 2 additional weeks I am quite pleased since the scar has shrunk down and is softer and less noticeable. This is for patient and determined people. In the last month, during hours when I left the scar uncovered, I rubbed on a dab of Mederma and that seemed to have helped too. Reviewers complained about the patches not staying put – just take a bandaid, peel off the gauze, and use it to hold down the patch.

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  2. 36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Scar Treatment I’ve found – hands down, March 6, 2010
    By 
    AJV “AJV” (San Antonio, TX) –

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    This review is from: ScarAway Professional Grade Silicone Scar Treatment Sheets – Full Dr. Recommended 12 Week Supply 12 Multi-Use Patches with Free Storage Case Included (Health and Beauty)

    This is my second use of ScarAway. I have had problem scars from a few different procedures and had previously tried every possible treatment including some OTC creams, then coritsone injections and surgical scar revision. The creams (I tried Mederam and Scar Zone) did not work at all for me. I saw no change after many months of use. The cortisone injections were painful and agitated my scar further. After scar revision surgery my initial scar was altered for the better and I was hopeful, however, new scarring formed that was worse than ever. I went to a new dermatologist who recommended I use ScarAway sheets. I used the ScarAway patch and started to feel a difference in just a few days. My scar was already getting softer and less “stiff”. I continued to use daily and every week my scar looked better and better. I could literally see the change each week and was thrilled. After completing treatment with ScarAway, my scar that was once thick and raised and extremely red with a shiny look, is barely visible. The texture is not shiny anymore and it became flat and redness completely went away. After everything else, I can’t believe how easy this was. I wish I knew about it sooner. I could have avoided alot of grief and frustration, not to mention saved alot of $$. I wore my patch ALL THE TIME! I like that is covered up my nasty scar because even I was tired of looking at it. Happy to be done with that one. I am now using ScarAway on a new scar. On my doctors advise I am using ScarAway preventively to avoid the scars I had to deal with for years before. My stitches were removed last week and my doctor said to use ScarAway right away to prevent a bad scar from developing. I will re-post at a later date. For now…these ScarAway patches were a miracle for me. Thanks, AJ

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