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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.

Winners for this competition

  1. N. HamiltonNSW
  2. J. O'SheaVIC
  3. M. FosterWA
  4. K. DykesNSW
  5. K. AshleyVIC
  • I was getting tinned spaghetti out of the microwave without a tea towel and the sauce went all over my hand leaving a nasty scar!

  • I’d like this for my sister. Hit by a car, (she was on the crossing) pregnant, ankle crushed. Several surgeries and 11 pins alter she is a new mum with pain and massive scars. I’d might help her to cope. I hope so.

  • Scissors were sharp, young face so raw.
    SCARmed could help even the score.

  • My biggest scar would be where the tumour was removed from my leg id love for it to fade but i dont want to forget as its a reminder live is short

  • i was carrying a bottle of medicine slipped over , the bottle smashed and cut my left cheek to the bone. has now left a massive scar everyone can see

  • Ive recently had breast reduction surgery and nothing has gone right ( infection, suture tear , depression ) and Id love to win this so that one thing can go right with the surgery

  • The scars on my forearms from my nails digging in when I damaged my back and was unable to safely use pain management other than paracetamol. It’s the tediousness of other people, usually strangers, thinking they are entitled to voice their opinions in public.

  • Falling onto a milk crate and gashing my thigh, eleven stitches and twenty years later, I still have a remarkable scar I am desperate to hide!

  • I was pimply faced in the 80s. I didn’t know how to manage my severe acne, undergoing treatments that did more harm than good. They left unsightly scars on the neck and forehead I wish I could erase the pain of my teenage years, washing away the tears of heartbreak!

  • I have a scar on shoulder from a cyst getting cut out. A local go did a shocking job its huge and awful. I almost passed out as he gouged the cyst out it was awful blood dripping down my shoulder. So gross.

  • I still have the scars on my arms of a childhood Dare from my big brother “I dare you to ride down the hill with your handlebars turned around the other way.” All was well and good until I couldn’t steer and landed on the old rusty barbed wire fence.

  • Not sure

  • I have some SEVERE self harm scars. I’ve managed to cover some
    Up with tattoos but they are still very buldgy and cover most my body. I’ve been trying to fade them for years, I just want to forget and move on

  • On my knee as a child,
    Was on my bike going wide.
    Need that dark line gone,
    Wearing shorter dresses would be fun.

  • I had a caesarian back in 2017 which was very traumatic, I would love to hide my scar and reduce the memories everytime I see it.

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