We are giving you the chance to WIN 1 of 5 SCARmed gift packs valued at over $100 each!

As parents, we are all too familiar with watching our children learn and grow through their bumps and falls. Whilst those scars left behind tell a story, there are some we would rather forget!

The active use of topical silicone gel in the medical and beauty sectors has developed significantly over the past 30 years, the Australian dermatological and healthcare market has welcomed a new, innovative player to the effective reduction, relief and prevention of scars; Australian made SCARmed Silicone Gel.

A must for every family medicine cabinet, and a first line of treatment for a range of old and new scar types, SCARmed is a non-sticky, rapidly drying, premium grade advanced silicone gel formulation, clinically proven to assist the prevention and reduction of scars, improving the appearance and offering fast-relief.

Convenient and easy to use, the odourless, transparent formula is paraben-free, and suitable for most parts of the skin, including the face and joints.

SCARmed’s fast-drying characteristics make it ideal for use under sunscreen or cosmetics, and suited to scars large and small, from small nicks, to post-surgical scars, plastic surgery scars, cesarean section, burns and even skin grafts.

A picture of the packet of Scarmed

Any damage to the skin from trauma of some kind will almost always result in a scar. Scars have a different structure to normal skin. The scar tissue consists of newly synthesized collagen fibres. The collagen makes the scar less flexible and weaker than normal skin. Hence the reason a scar will have a different appearance than normal skin.

Best used for the treatment and prevention of Keloids, Atrophic, Contractive and Hypertrophic scars, the topical use of SCARmed is ideally used just after the wound has freshly healed and the skin surface becomes intact again. The topical use allows the skin to breath and hydrate, forming a thin silicone layer to reduce trans-epidermal water loss from the scar and protect it from chemical and microbial invasions.

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Please note this competition is open from 25th September 2019 until 27th October 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

  • The scars from breaking my ankle. .it was a horrific break that now has horrible scars on both sides with steel plate and screws

  • My son hit his head on a wall and required glueing together. 4 years on he still has a scar on his head.

  • A massive scar on my right leg when I was a teenager, the doctor at the public hospital was a butcher and left a deep scar on my right leg.

  • I fell and hit the corner of a brick wall when in kinder as a child another story would be growing stretch marks from life and pregnancy not a bad memory though would love to get rid of them lol a girl can dream ….

  • I wish i could fade my c section scat. Its been 21 years and it still gets irritated and sore. It was only suppose to be a tiny scar as my bub was 7 1/2 weeks premature but it goes from 1 side right to the other side. So definitely would love to fade and forget it.

  • As a child my younger sister and I were playing and she was blindfolded. She hit her head against the corner of a table and had to have stitches. That was so scary and she still has the marks from the stitches on her head to this day.

  • After I had my baby girl through an emergency c-section, the incision took a very long time to heal and leaving a very big lump of scar which scares me a lot of times. Will really love to win this scar remover and forget about all the pains am passing through.

  • My fish tank exploded and the mirror at the back nearly sliced through all my ligaments, veins and muscles up the inside of my left arm. It looks like I’ve tried to commit suicide and I’d like it to disappear because of the weird looks and conversations that I’ve had to describe this experience, without any altered beliefs in their judgements.

  • My 6 year old had spinal surgery this year and has a long, slightly raised scar on her back . Id love to try SCARmed out.

  • My son at the swimming- mum can you cover up your lumpy legs there embarassing.

  • 2 weeks before school photos, miss 7 was copying everything miss 5 said, let’s just say I regret not trimming their nails that week. Miss 7 ended up being scratched on her face, with a visible scar still remaining. Vitamin E cream did nothing to reduce the scar.

  • I self harmed for many years as a teenager and I wish I could make them disappear because as an adult, I don’t relate to that person any more.

  • having the caeserean scar – it is not too bad but it is still visible

  • My daughter has a scar in her hand from a rope burn that I would love to help her with

  • My daughter’s arms and legs are covered in scars from mosquitoes bites. As a teenager she is extremely self conscious. She wears long sleeves and pants regardless of the weather, She is reluctant to attend her friends pool parties. No scars would change her life!

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