Remescar Stick | Review


This year I was told I had skin cancer it was a huge shock and took us all quite some time to get our heads around the news. I had to have 2 operations which resulted in a rather long scar down my jawline.

Just at the right time I was asked to trial Remescar for three months and I have been applying it to the scar on a daily basis.

Remescar is an easy to use silicone stick designed for scar care. Remescar releases a transparent, thin and silicone base film which creates an ideal healing protective barrier. This helps to maintain the skin’s moisture balance, while aiding the healing of scar tissues resulting from surgery

Due to the position of my scar I was willing to give it a try and although the scar is still healing, I can already see a change in the feel, and look. When I had the surgery I was left with quite a large bump at the beginning and end of the scar {surgeons call it a dog tail} It was not nice to look at and it was the main thing I was most self conscious about. I have noticed a huge change in the size of this bump and one to be worried about the appearance, I am pleased that it is slowly going down. I was a bit worried about posting pictures, but for the purpose of the review I felt I needed too.

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Before, notice the tiny bobble at the end of the scar?


After, the bobble has reduced in size and colour

My scar is still very red and I don’t think that is going to change for some time. I was a bit naive with the Remescar stick thinking that within two months I would have a scar which you could barely see, but its still very much there. I know that in time and with persistent use of the product it will fade a lot. Already people have said that it has toned right down.

My only criticism about it is, it can leave a white residue across the skin just make sure you don’t over-do in applying it. Other than that, I think the product is really good and would recommend it to others. Not only do they do a scar treatment {£19.99 from Boots} they also have a stretch mark cream {£24.99 from Boots} and a spider vein cream {£29.95 from Boots} all in the same range.

**I was sent the Remescar stick for the purpose of this review, all words, pictures, and opinions are of my own**


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