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Bid farewell to your old scars

The science of scar treatment has gone through immense change over the last few decades. As a result, today’s scar treatment methods can significantly fade, lighten and reduce the appearance of your scar. If you have left an old scar untreated, this is definitely the best time to take care of it.

It's been years since that first scar. You didn't know about scar treatments back then and thought it would just fade away with time, but it didn't. It has become part of your life now, but every now and then you find yourself wishing it isn't there, or at least isn't so obvious.

Maybe it's time to bid your old scars a fare-thee-well.

Yes, you read it right - you can do something about your old scars! Even though it would have been ideal if you had treated your scars early with a clinically-proven1, 2, 3 scar reduction gel such as Dermatix®, many other methods exist to help you manage old scars.

Each of these treatments are best suited for different types of scars, and have different pros and cons - you should consult your doctor to get his or her recommendation.

Whichever treatment you go for, be sure not to make the same mistake again - once your skin has healed from the procedure, you should begin treatment with Dermatix® to further enhance the results of your scar reduction procedure!

REDUCE YOUR SCARS TODAY
Advanced scar formula
Lightens, softens, flattens scars
With Vitamin C Ester for enhanced lightening
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  5. https://www.asds.net/skin-experts/skin-treatments/punch-grafting-for-scars. Last Accessed June 2019
  6. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5965337/. Last Accessed June 2019