Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Scarology Giveaway



One third of women in the United States have a C-section delivery. While this brings them the wonderful gift of life, it also leaves them with an unsightly scar. Often times, these scars will fade and leave just a pale, thin, flat line. But, sometimes, scars are bigger, thicker and raised and son't heal as well. While creams and oils may help a bit with a scar's appearance, there really hasn't been anything that has worked wonders. Until now...

I'd like to introduce you to Scarology Ultimate Scar Treatment System for C-Sections & Large Scars: $78.50. Dr. Micheal Connor and Dr. Jeanmarie Connor are a husband and wife team with twenty years of medical expertise specializing in plastic and reconstructive surgery and pediatrics. Together they have created Scarology. This new product is a safe and effective three-step at home scar treatment. The proprietary scar treatment system combines ingredients that have, until now, only been available in medical settings. These key ingredients have been shown to nourish the healing scar with hydration, and reduce inflammation in the scar tissue.



Scarology's unique 3-part system can be used on any skin type and on any scar once the skin has completely healed from the initial injury. The regimen is designed to target different phases of scarring. The kit includes a gentle exfoliator, simple scar cream and self-adhesive silicone sheets to be worn at night during sleep. 

For best results, it is recommended that Scarology's 3-step Ultimate Scar System is used for a minimum of 3 months with continued use for as long as the scar shows signs of improvement. Older scars may require 6-12 months of continuous therapy. 

I am GIVING AWAY a Scarology Ultimate Scar Treatment System for C-Sections & Large Scars: Value $78.50. This giveaway is OPEN to the United States EXCEPT Puerto Rico and Hawaii. 


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4 comments:

  1. This is safe & effective to use at home, huh.

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  2. I learned that this could be used on c-section scars! I didn't know there were scar treatments that could be used on c-section scars!

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  3. I like that you can use it on any scar which is good.

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  4. I learned (and like) that one of the steps is something I can put on before I go to bed at night.

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