What is it? Our Scar Fx combines advanced pharmaceutical technology and nature to create a unique infusion of ingredients to help reduce the appearance of scars. Scar Fx contains Pracaxi oil derived from the seed of the Pracaxi tree (pentaclethra macroloba) found in the Amazon rainforest.
The gel itself is a unique topical anhydrous silicone base composed of over 50% silicones, giving it a rich feel during application and can be used for a variety of dermalogical conditions, including skin spots, severe acne ,acne scars, psoriasis and rosacea.
Use: Scar Fx Skin Gel may be used immediately after surgery or an injury, with the aim of reducing inflammation and the build-up of scar tissue. It also may be used on stretch marks (which can form with sudden weight gain or loss), when young people grow quickly during puberty or with pregnancy.
Scar Fx Gel may be used on: - Old and New Scars - Surgical Scars - Keloids - Stretch Marks - Acne Scars - Any Skin Condition Needing Barrier Protection
What is it? BioClean EPA:DHA + Plant Sterols is a scientifically formulated combination of Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Plant Sterols targeted to support healthy cholesterol levels and cardiovascular health.
Clinical evidence has shown that a combination of Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Plant Sterols reduces serum LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels, inducing shifts in the lipoprotein distribution that may provide additional cardiovascular benefits than either nutrient taken alone.
Omega-3 essential Fatty Acids stabilise the electrical activity of cardiac myocytes, support membrane fluidity and integrity of blood vessels. Combined with Plant Sterols this formulation helps maintain healthy blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels in healthy individuals.
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