It is not always possible to go through a normal delivery when giving birth. There are many reasons why women opt to undergo a C-section delivery—personal preference, induced labor or complications.
However, one of the things that bother most women is the possibility of being left with a C-section scar. The incision is usually either horizontal along the bikini line or vertical, and it leaves a scar behind.
Treatment – The good news is that no matter how long you’ve had your C-section scar, it can be treated. Once the wound is fully healed, use Scarsheet MD every day and night for 6-8 months. Scarsheet MD is tough on C-Section scars but gentle enough for breastfeeding moms.
These products were first developed by a plastic surgeon specifically for surgical scars and is now available as scar treatment products for most kind of scars.
Disclaimer: Breastfeeding women should avoid using Scarguard MD while nursing. It should only be used after nursing. Alternatively, they can use Scarsheet MD to treat their C-section scar while breastfeeding.
Scarguard Bruise Fader
Bruising after cosmetic injections, cosmetic surgery, or even bumps and bruises can be upsetting. Don’t just wait for the bruising to slowly disappear. Help it instead.
Take Bruise Fader before the procedure, at the time of the procedure, or once the bruising has already appeared to help it go away as quickly as possible.
Scarguard Lightening Serum
Lightening Serum uses a proprietary blend of multiple lighteners. This combination of dermatological and homeopathic ingredients has been engineered to act synergistically to lighten dark brown scars and other skin discolorations.
Scarguard Repair Liquid
Prevent New Scar Formation – Shrink Old Scars
Originally developed by a plastic surgeon to help treat the toughest scars that come after surgery, it has since become a trusted solution to prevent, flatten and shrink scars.
Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets
Vitamin E Sheets is an ultra-thin, nearly invisible, silicone scar sheet that uses medical grade silicone infused with vitamin E that is believed to mimic the normal skin’s natural barrier function thereby improving the appearance of scars both old and new.