GET RID OF SCARS & DARK SPOTS IN 3 EASY STEPS
Did you fall and scrape your arm? Did you have a C-section? Did your acne leave dark marks? Whatever your story—you would rather not advertise it to the world! The inventor of InviCible, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Minas Chrysopoulo (“Dr. C”) says that it only takes three steps to get rid of scars.
Follow these three steps, and your reward will be the confidence that your scar took away:
You have many options, including some medical procedures, but a good topical treatment avoids hassle and saves money. What makes a topical treatment “good”? The answer is the right ingredients and convenience. Ideally, you can use it anytime, anywhere, and with your daily skin care regimen and make-up. Choose a treatment that regulates collagen, fades hyperpigmentation (abnormally dark skin patches or marks), and avoids preservatives, fragrances, or other potential skin irritants.
What are the topical treatment options?
Two “good” topical options exist: Silicone scar creams and silicone strips.
Scientific studies conclusively prove that silicone improves new and old scars. Originally, silicone scar treatments only came as sheets, which are difficult to use. Imagine wearing one on your face all day! Luckily, silicone gel is just as effective and much easier to use. What is its downside? It does not improve the hyperpigmentation (abnormal dark color) which makes scars even more visible. To get rid of a scar, you have to address the abnormal texture and the abnormal color. Why would you experiment with a product that does not address both?
Do not waste your money on non-silicone creams, including petrolatum-based creams. Petrolatum moisturizes your skin but has no effect on scar texture or color.
Even more important, avoid creams that contain skin irritants like preservatives and fragrances. These can cause rashes and contact dermatitis, which will irritate your scar. You want to fade your scar, not make it worse!
What is your conclusion? “I need a hypoallergenic silicone cream with ingredients for hyperpigmentation!” Dr. C reached the same conclusion when he formulated InviCible. It completely addresses both of these criteria with its patent-pending chemistry.
Why should I use InviCible?
InviCible’s silky texture emulates a white and odorless primer. Beyond its dimethicone silicone, it contains two forms of Vitamin C and ProBiosyn-4, a natural scar-minimizing complex that also addresses hyperpigmentation. InviCible is also safe and hypoallergenic because it excludes any skin irritants.
Skin care experts think our safety profile is a big deal… InviCible is a Champion in The Compact for Safe Cosmetics by Skin Deep and holds the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval. As Dr. C says, “What is in it is as important as what is not in it!” If you want an effective, hypoallergenic silicone cream, InviCible is the best choice.
Skin Injury (surgery, lacerations, burns)
Use InviCible as soon as the any sutures come out, and apply it at least twice a day directly onto the skin. You can wear make-up over it. Most scars start to improve within 2-3 weeks and continue improving for up to six months. Dr. C recommends that you also apply sunblock on an exposed scar to prevent abnormal dark pigment (hyperpigmentation). You can apply your daily skin-care regimen and make-up over InviCible.
Skin Resurfacing (chemical peels, laser, IPL)
Use InviCible after your procedure to enhance an even skin tone and decrease the risk of hyperpigmentation. Wait until there are no “raw” areas because the vitamin C may sting. Continue using InviCible until you stop seeing an improvement (normally less than 6 weeks). You can apply your sunblock and daily skin-care regimen over InviCible.
Dark Spots (uneven skin tone, melasma)
Apply InviCible at least twice a day directly onto the affected area. Continue using InviCible until you stop seeing an improvement, which can take 12 weeks. You can apply your daily skin-care regimen and make-up over InviCible. Dr. C recommends that you also apply sunblock to prevent worsening of the dark spots.
Acne (scars, dark marks)
Apply InviCible at least twice a day directly onto the acne scar or dark acne mark. Avoid InviCible on an active acne pustule. A small amount of InviCible goes a long way, so spot-treat around an outbreak. Most scars start to improve within 2-3 weeks and continue improving for up to six months. Dr. C recommends that you also apply a non-comedogenic sunblock.
“I’m willing to do just about anything to get rid of my scar!” If this is how you feel, here are some healthy habits to consider: find time to exercise, eat healthy, and protect your scar from the sun.
Research shows that several nutrients affect scar formation. Boost InviCible’s dual Vitamin C complex with Vitamin C-rich foods. Eat protein to optimize collagen. Increase your Vitamin B and zinc levels to heal faster. Eat plenty of Vitamin A to promote tissue synthesis, and help your skin’s moisture by drinking plenty of water.
Exercise can be fun! You know that exercise benefits your health, and scar formation is no exception: aerobic exercise improves oxygen delivery, blood circulation, and healing. If you had surgery, get clearance from your doctor first!
Most important, avoid the sun. The warm rays feel good on a cold winter day, but they threaten your skin, and especially your scar. Even the routine exposure during a trip to the store or office can permanently darken your scar. Use a sunblock with an SPF of at least 30, particularly in the first six months.
You are smart, you are confident, and you want to get rid of your scar. The longer you wait, the more difficult it gets. A famous quote says, “You may delay, but time will not.” Why wait?