Scarprin™ is made of 100% silicone gel. Multiple clinical studies support silicone-based scar products as being more effective than other ingredients such as onion extract and certain vitamins, some of which actually cause harm to the scar. In fact, silicone has been widely used for scar reduction since the 1980’s and has been used in numerous clinical studies, all of which found it to be effective for minimizing the appearance of every type of scar, including Keloids, acne scars and contractures (burn scars). The results these patients received from the silicone therapy included reduced thickness and discoloration of the scar, as well as becoming flatter and smoother, causing them to be less visible.
Additionally, because Scarprin™ is gel-based, consumers will only need to use a small amount of it to cover their scar. The gel dries quickly on the skin to form a barrier that will protect and help hydrate the scar. Once dried, you can wear makeup, sunscreen and even clothing over Scarprin™. While there are also silicone -based scar creams available, evidence supports the fact that gels absorb into the skin more effectively than creams, producing better results. Our staff also found a majority of positive customer testimonials about this product.
Scarprin™ is made with 100% silicones which are Dimethicone, Dimethiconol and Cyclopentasiloxane.
Bottle Size: 1.0 oz
The Verdict on Scarprin™
If you have a scar of any kind, no matter how old the scar is or where it is located, there is one ingredient that has been proven to be effective in diminishing the appearance: silicone. We feel that Scarprin™ is your best option based on the proven effectiveness and safety of its ingredients. Even though the price of this scar reduction product may be an issue for some, it is important to remember that just because another product is lower in price, it will not work as well or may be diluted, making it less effective. While one bottle may be enough for small scars, we recommend purchasing the Buy 2, Get 1 FREE special to ensure that your scar receives the maximum amount of coverage and time it needs, as older scars may take longer to see the desired results. It is also important to note that studies have shown that the longer amount of time the silicone is in contact with the scar, the better the results.
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