A recent survey showed that 87% of your patients leave the pharmacy with the exact product that you reccomend.
Your recommendation is extremely powerful. While formal training in scar healing is rare, the concept of influencing the balance between collagen production and our natural formation of collagenase to melt that scar tissue is second nature to us. There are many products that make promises that defy logic. How can onion juice raise sunken scars (acne and stretch marks) and sink thick ones? Yet our shelves are full of products that make these claims.
Please join the thousands of pharmacists that are approa-
ching their scar recommendations on the science instead of marketing hype. Look at the peer-reviewed literature cited. If a scar is newly forming, then help limit overgrowth by recommending Scarguard MD prophylactically. It is on your shelf now in almost all pharmacies and mass market retailers. If a scar is thick and raised already, even if it is 20 years old, Scarguard will help shrink it. The concept is simple. Extra collagen is extra collagen. It doesn’t matter how long it is there or what made it.
Our Scarlight MD product is discount viagra a multi-technology lightener for dark scars and other sensitive hyperpigmented areas such as liver/age spots, freckles, under eye circles, blemishes and melisma. The fast absorbing, easy-to-use serum promotes younger looking skin.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Bob Giuliano, RPh, MS, ABDP
VP Research and Development
Scarguard Labs products are available at most distributors including AmerisourceBergen, McKesson, Cardinal Health and Kinray. If you are interested in selling our products, please contact our office at 516.482.8050 or email us at email@example.com.
The following provides four independent studies and clinical articles demonstrating the efficacy of Scarguard MD (R). Please contact the office at 516-482-8050 if you would like a copy for your review..
Aesthetic Surg J 2004; 24: 542-546.
The Internet Journal of Dermatology 2004. Volume 5 Number 2.
E Medicine, March 3, 2005.
The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery 2001; Vol 18: No.3.