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Scarprin

Postby CareBearMomOf3 » Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:23 am

Just wondering if anyone on here has used Scarprin. The reviews on it seem great. I think I am going to get the buy 2 get one free deal they are offering right now. Just wanted to see if anyone has used it and got good results??
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Re: Scarprin

Postby ladywendolyn » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:04 am

I have used hydrogel sheeting (also sold on this website) which is a very similar product, except it comes on a backing.
I have been using it along with pure vitamin e oil. I have already noticed a big difference,as my scar is flattening out.
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Re: Scarprin

Postby everydaythought » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:55 am

CareBearMomOf3 wrote:Just wondering if anyone on here has used Scarprin. The reviews on it seem great. I think I am going to get the buy 2 get one free deal they are offering right now. Just wanted to see if anyone has used it and got good results??



I just researched scar treatments and this one is the best in the market, did you end up getting it? if so, how do you feel about it?
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Re: Scarprin

Postby CareBearMomOf3 » Thu Apr 08, 2010 5:37 pm

I haven't yet. I ordered a silicone belt that I haven't started using yet. I want to make sure that my incision is ready first. I am still going to order this too though.
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Re: Scarprin

Postby wannahaveaTT » Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:07 pm

is it really the best? is it a cream? i've been using scarguard MD and i see NO difference in my scar.
Does the scarprin lighten the scar of just flatten it..
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Re: Scarprin

Postby TummyTime4me » Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:09 pm

does anyone know when its OK to start using scar treatments! I'm only 3 weeks out, and my doc mentioned silicone sheets but I am nervous its too soon! I guess I should feel safe believing him! haha
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Re: Scarprin

Postby wannahaveaTT » Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:11 pm

as long as its closed up all the way i think you will be fine!
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Re: Scarprin

Postby AnnieBeansprout » Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:13 pm

TummyTime4me wrote:does anyone know when its OK to start using scar treatments! I'm only 3 weeks out, and my doc mentioned silicone sheets but I am nervous its too soon! I guess I should feel safe believing him! haha

Mine told me no scabs. He wanted me to wait a month. But mainly it was healed up and no scabs. I gave it to 5 weeks for good measure. I was using the silicone sheets. He told me it isn't more beneficial to start super early, and can be detrimental if you start too early. (like at a couple weeks or even 3 if you are not totally healed. Each week is such a difference in the beginning).
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Re: Scarprin

Postby TummyTime4me » Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:15 pm

AnnieBeansprout wrote:
TummyTime4me wrote:does anyone know when its OK to start using scar treatments! I'm only 3 weeks out, and my doc mentioned silicone sheets but I am nervous its too soon! I guess I should feel safe believing him! haha

Mine told me no scabs. He wanted me to wait a month. But mainly it was healed up and no scabs. I gave it to 5 weeks for good measure. I was using the silicone sheets. He told me it isn't more beneficial to start super early, and can be detrimental if you start too early. (like at a couple weeks or even 3 if you are not totally healed. Each week is such a difference in the beginning).



Yea, I had it in my hand this morning at pharmacy and I put it back. Just wasnt feel good about it yet. I am going to wait a few more weeks! I'm glad I threw it out there! better to be safe than sorry!
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Re: Scarprin

Postby everydaythought » Thu Apr 08, 2010 7:35 pm

My Dr. told me to use neosporin for two weeks and then start on the Maderma at 3 weeks and use it for 3 more weeks or as follows on the instructions, but I was not comfortable at 2 weeks out to start using the Maderman, I still had scabs and I waited until all my scabs where gone. I think it was about 4th week in that all fell off. I was not to happy with the Maderma but I don't think that I gave it much time, with that and also using other stuff, I started to get really itchy from who knows what!!! So as of 2 days ago, I quit using anything and everything, the itching subsided tremendously and now I don't know what was the culprit, so I'm gonna start with the silicon based treatments and see how they go. :roll:
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Re: Scarprin

Postby jenkoj » Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:25 pm

I used Bio Oil last tummy tuck I had and worked well. Had second procedure done 3 wks ago and started using ScarZone cuz that is what I had on hand. I was able to start using a cream at 2 weeks after surgery. I recently ordered Scar Esthetique cream and tape to alternate. Waiting for that to arrive in the mail. Then I found the review with detailed deccriptions of benefits of each scar treatment products and this one ranked #6 :( The Scarparin ranked #1
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Re: Scarprin

Postby dragonfly123 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 5:39 pm

WORD OF CAUTION

Do not use the scar sheets too soon. I started using silicone sheets at 5 wks, with the approval of my PS. We both thought the incision was healed very well. Once I started using the sheet I noticed after a week there was a spot that started to look like it was getting infected (puss). I stopped using the sheet, plastered the polysporin on it with gauze just like the days after the initial surgery. I worried about it all weekend (long weekend to boot) but with the removal of the sheet and the use of the antibiotic cream everything worked out fine. I had caught it quick enough.

There will be plenty of time to start scar treatment. Do not rush it. And what-ever you decide to do, make sure your PS is aware of what your plans are. For me, I think I will wait for a couple more weeks. I will purchase the cream and give that a try right away.
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Re: Scarprin

Postby rafaelaa » Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:46 pm

I know that this post is over a year old but i hope my answer will help someone new who is searching for answers.

I had augmentation done on my breasts not knowing that i would develop keloid scars. I was totally mortified. I fixed one thing and screwed up another!

I got the buy two get three deal with the scarprin and am still on my first bottle. Its been about two weeks. Its absolutely fabulous. My scars are lightening up and flattening out. THANK GOD! I had used prosil previously and it worked very slowly. This scarprin does what it says its going to do and i am very happy with the results and oh so glad i spent the money.
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Re: Scarprin

Postby MBurkh43 » Mon Dec 12, 2011 4:05 pm

I purchased the 3 bottle deal about 8 weeks ago and have been using it on any scar I can find on my body, along with my face as a base layer before my foundation. It makes my face so smooth and soft. It has smoothed out my new scar (for which I bought it for) and also one that I obtained over 20 years ago which is very large on my leg. The scar has also started to fade, which is good.

Before buying SCARprin, I purchased the silicon strips and found them to be more of a hassle and kinda gross to use. Even though you can wash them, they still get dingy.

Now I am not sure that I would say this is a miracle product but, I dont think i wasted the $100 on the product either. I have not had any adverse reactions that would raise caution.
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Re: Scarprin

Postby Sarahym » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:10 pm

I had to spend so much in getting this product. I live in the UK and i was charged addition £30 for the product to clear from customs. Scarprin never informed me about this and told me that the goods will be in MY HOUSE within 5-7 days. 10 days running and i have still not seen my goods. They have taken my money and worse off did not cover the delivery cost that i paid for, because i already paid them for delivery to my house, i had to pay for international delivery on their website and now i am paying again. Scarprin is taking advantage of people that need their help.
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