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Stuart B. Kincaid, M.D., F.A.C.S.

“The side effect of plastic surgery, as with any invasive treatment, is often a scar. This is why Stuart B. Kincaid, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon in San Diego, California, has incorporated Scarguard MD and Solarguard MD into his patients’ post-surgical...

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Richard Hainer, M.D.

ScarGuard(TM) combines these into an easy-to-use liquid. Whether you have a new injury or a scar that has been there for years, ScarGuard® can help! For scars from surgery, cuts, burns, stitches, scrapes and falls. Sacrguard Scarcare dries in seconds to a protective...

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Moor Plastic Surgery

It’s normal to be concerned about how your scars will look following a surgical procedure. Some people heal with very little scarring, while others are not as fortunate. Not being able to influence how your scars will look has always been frustrating. Until now....

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Beauty News NYC

Your personal mini plastic surgeon to reduce the appearance of hypertropic (raised) scars. Scars are often formed from excessive and disbalanced pattern of collagen production in an area of injury, piercing, or incision. Scarguard is the only over-the-counter scar...

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Cosmetic Surgery Forums

ScarGuard offers four different treatments for the management of scars (old and new) – and is the most powerful and effective treatment developed. It is a clear liquid that forms a fine flexible film within a few seconds after painting it onto the scar. This film...

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Helen Troncoso

While there’s nothing wrong with having a scar or bruise, chances are if you could get rid of them, you would. I know I tried to in the past and bought that heavily marketed scar gel that’s really just onion juice (look at the ingredients) which ended up being a pure...

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Simply Stacie

I wish I had known about Scarguard last year! I had a minor surgery and had stitches to close up the wound. I took care of the wound as my doctor instructed. When the doctor removed the stitches, he said it was healing nicely. And it was. It looked like the scar would...

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Implant Info

“I recommend a product called ScarGuard. This product combines all of the treatments that I described above into one liquid. It is a clear liquid that forms a fine flexible film within a few seconds after painting it onto the scar. This film helps to protect the scar...

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Reader’s Digest

“Products like ScarEase, Scarguard, and Mederma do work to reduce scarring. Start applying daily as soon as your wound has healed, and avoid sunlight or use a sunscreen with zinc oxide for at least six months after surgery.”—Andrew Ordon, MD Read full article...

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Naturally Cracked

“After about 5 days of applying it she came into work one day and told me to take a look at her hand. I was a little worried thinking maybe she reacted or the product was no good, but after getting a little closer her smile said it all. Her scar was so much lighter...

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