Helen * - C-Section Scar
Blogger Helen had a large, 5-year-old Caesarean scar, which was very red and still causing her irritation, until she discovered Solution for Scars.*
I used the cream twice daily for four weeks and really noticed a difference in the colour and thickness of my scar. The skin felt softer and thinner, not thick and taut like before, and the redness disappeared, leaving just a faint, darker coloured line marking where the caeserean incision had been made. I needed only a little of the cream at each application and the a pump dispenser made it so easy to get the required amount without wastage.
If you’ve had a caeserean yourself and still have a bit of a ‘tummy’ you will know that you get a fold of skin over the scar that if moist and warm can feel irritating, and I found that some products for scars such as Bio Oil added to the irritation because of their oiliness. Thankfully Solution For Scars was quickly absorbed and left the scar feeling comfortable.
Obviously the results you get from a product such as this will depend on the severity and age of your scar and I’m under no illusion; because of its age my scar will never vanish completely but it does feel and look a lot better. The main thing for me is the comfort, and the fact that the scar doesn’t feel so irritated or tight.
With Solution For Scars your skin couldn’t be in better hands, as the product was developed by a team of leading medics; plastic surgeon Douglas McGeorge and scientist Dr Ardeshir Bayat. So if you’ve got a scar, whether it’s a stretchmark or a surgery scar, I’d definitely recommend giving Solution For Scars a try.
Read the full blog at https://lovesandloathesuk.com/2016/01/12/solution-for-scars/#more-4563
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