Surgical Bruises

Surgical Bruise – In plastic surgery, bruising can occur after injections such as Botox and facial fillers as well as surgical procedures, such as blepharoplasty, rhinoplasty and facelifting.

It is expected that the area involved and the surrounding area near the surgery site will be uncomfortable, discolored and swollen.

Treatment –Developed by a plastic surgeon, Bruiseguard MD is a multi-technology regimen designed to help the body fade bruising after surgery.

Claims made on Bruiseguard MD have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


  • Scarguard Bruise Fader

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    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.

     

    $19.99
  • Scarguard Lightening Serum

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    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.

    $34.99
  • Scarguard Repair Liquid

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    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.

    $24.95
  • Scarguard Vitamin E Sheets

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    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.

    $19.99