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Our Safe, Effective and Unique 3-Step Process
Scarology® is comprised of 3 components targeting separate aspects of scar formation. Our unique scar treatment and fading system includes:
Natural Fruit Acid Exfoliator (AM)
In the morning, spread a thin layer of Natural Fruit Acid Exfoliator over the healed scar and onto dry, residue-free skin. Massage into scar for 1-3 minutes, then rinse thoroughly.
Slow, controlled exfoliation allows removal of the unhealthy skin cells overlying the scar and stimulates the healthy surrounding tissue to replicate and replace the top layer of skin.
Ultimate Scar Cream (AM & PM)
Apply the Ultimate Scar Cream twice daily. Following Step 1, massage cream onto scar and leave on skin throughout the day. In the evening, apply Ultimate Scar Cream again.
Our innovative scar cream formula contains ingredients that have been shown to reduce inflammation and hydrate all layers of the wound*.
Silicone Scar Sheet (PM)
At night, apply the self-adhesive Silicone Scar Sheet to skin.
Remove sheet in the morning and store sheet with protective liner for repeated uses.
The third component of our system is designed to help provide compression and nourishment to the scar throughout the night.
Changes in scar appearance have been reported as early as 3 days following initial application. For best results, use Scarology’s 3-step Ultimate Scar System for a minimum of 3 months and continue to use it for as long as the scar shows signs of improvement. For less than a dollar a day, you can help improve the appearance of your scar. Older scars may require 6-12 months of continuous therapy.
Scarology® products can be used on any skin type. Avoid extended sun exposure to the area of skin being treated. Do not use on open wounds. Begin Scarology’s 3-part system once the skin is completely healed and no scabs are present. Consult your medical doctor prior to initiating therapy if you have any concerns. If you have any adverse reaction to any part of Scarology®, immediately stop usage and seek professional medical care if symptoms persist.