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UPC-A364269101008   UPC-A barcode 364269101008
Product NameScarguard Md 0.5 Fl Oz
CategoryBath / Beauty / Hygiene
Short DescriptionHeight:4.55 inches / Length:4.05 inches / Weight:0.03 pounds / Width:2.35 inches
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Long DescriptionThe No. 1 product used by plastic surgeons for scars. Improves the appearance of old and new scars! Easy to use, patented triple-action formula. Results guaranteed. Choose the ScarGuard that's right for you. Clinically proven to dramatically improve the appearance of both old and new scars. Combines vitamin E and the most advanced ingredients for scar care into a patented easy-to-use triple-action formula. Goes on clear and dries to a flexible film that will not stick to clothing. Simply brush on twice daily and you will see a visible difference. Finally, your scar can look better - we guarantee it. First choice of thousands of dermatologists and plastic surgeons nationwide. Make-up can be applied after ScarCare dries, if desired. ScarCare will not improve the appearance of stretch marks or scars that are only white or sunken.
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