Wednesday, January 20, 2016

ScarAway Uses the Same Technology as Burn Centers & Hospitals!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.

Ever get a burn from a curling or flat iron? If so, you know those things happen lightning fast and once the deed is done, so is your skin where the iron hit. Not only will it be tender to the touch for a few days and burn in the shower, but it sometimes too can leave a nasty little scar. Thankfully there is a solution for scars: ScarAway.

I would have loved to have had this on hand a bazillion years ago when I was a kid (yeah, it's been about a bazillion years), or I should say a very young lady. I baked a cake for my brother-in-law for his birthday. I set the cake on the glass dining room table, with only two potholders underneath it (like I said, I was very young). The glass shattered from the heat and I got a nasty half inch scar on the inside of my knee. For years it bothered me, though I'm sure no one noticed it really but me (again...the youth thing). Today I'm too old to care about that little mark, lol, but back then it did grieve me so. This ScarAway would have been very welcome to have in the house.

This product uses the same technology used by burn centers, plastic surgeons and hospitals. It's drug-free and latex-free too. The before and after pictures are awesome on the website, so I'm hoping this really works. I haven't tried it myself, but it's nice to just have around. You never know when you might need it, and if you DO need it, you'll be glad you have it on hand. This is supposed to fade, shrink and flatten both new and old scars. You can learn more about it by visiting the website. You can also follow ScarAway on Facebook and/or Twitter.

How about you, readers? Any scars you'd like to be rid of once and for all? Or is this a product you would keep in the house, just in case?

33 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I have a few scars that I would love to get rid of. I will need to try this.

Debra Rutt said...

I have a scar on my knee from when I was a kid. I would definitely try this out on that one!

Pam said...

What a great product for people with scars. I could have used this when my son had a bad scar from a golfing accident.

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

I really need to give this a try. I was a rough and tumble kid, and I have some residual scars I'd love to get rid of.

MELISSASource said...

I have one really bad scar that I've been trying to get rid of for years. I'll have to give Scaraway a try. Thanks for sharing this!

Liz Mays said...

This sounds like a great way to get rid of unwanted scars. I like that it works on new and old scars.

Pat Hatt said...

Sounds like a good way to get rid of them, I have a few but meh, they add character, right? lol

Sandee said...

I need this. I've had so many curling iron mishaps I've lost count. Hurts like the dickens.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

And for the public - nice!

Crystal P said...

Last year I bought a curling wand and burned my hand so many times as I was learning how to use it. These would have been so handy!

Theresa Mahoney said...

Man, I've had my fair share of burns over the years. Can you believe just last week I clamped my EAR in my hot flat iron instead of my hair. Ouch!

Binky said...

That could definitely be pretty useful to have.

Boulder Locavore said...

I scar so easily! I have all sort of exotic scars that people imagine have an excited story to go with them but it's usually from closing a door on my hand, a dog walking over my foot, etc. I definitely could use these!

Ann B said...

This sounds like a great product to have on hand in the medicine chest. I will have to pick some up for myself and some for my Daughter to have at her house.

Ashleigh Thomas said...

This sounds like a great product to have with all our little booboos we get around here! Thank you for sharing.

Lori Gunn said...

ScarAway sounds like a wonderful way to eliminate old and new scars. Since the "oops" moments seem to happen now and then, it would be a good product to have on hand.

Christie C said...

I've heard great things about these types of products! I have a few childhood scars I would love to reduce

mail4rosey said...

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Crystal said...

The worst scar is on my forehead. My sister and I were dancing, and she tried to dip me. Didn't work out so well.

Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy said...

I have never heard of this brand. I am in Canada...and will look for it.

Rebecca Bryant said...

this is definitely something I could use with my son. He is always getting bumps and scraps.

Lois Alter Mark said...

I think this will help so many people. It sounds like something everyone should have in their first aid kit.

Mama to 5 said...

I need this in May after I have my 6th baby via c-section. Maybe the scaring would not be so bad. Sounds like a miracle product!

Seattle Travel Blogger said...

This sounds like an amazing product.
I have not heard of it before and will tell my family about it.

Erin @ Stay at Home Yogi said...

This would be great to keep on hand, especially with kids in the house! And yes I have burned myself with a curling iron before - ouch! ;)

Janeane Davis said...

It is great to have a product like this that you can use at home. It is so easy to get a burn while cooking or using hot curlers this will really come in handy.

Rose Siders said...

I am CONSTANTLY burning myself. Christmas eve I burned myself on a flat iron. Then shortly after I burned myself on the oven. I have scars all over my hands. I definitely need to try this!

The Girl Wearing Her Heart On Her Sleeve said...

This would be great for us to have in our First Aid kit. Thanks for the review. I had never heard of these before.

alissa apel said...

I could have used this when Mica did a face plant into the ground when he was 2 1/2. The last to heal was the space above his lip and below his nose. He looked like Hitler for 1 whole winter season.

DeDa Studios said...

Scar Away works great. My nieces son was bite by a dog. The scare was terrible - after using Scare Away the scar is hardly noticeable.

Autumn @MamaChallenge said...

I need to try this out! I have a few scares that I would love to go away.

Tracy Iglesias said...

A life well lived definitely comes with its share of scars - this definitely sounds like a product I would love to have in my medicine cabinet just in case!

Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

~ Noelle said...

I should buy my mom these for her birthday. Lol, she ALWAYS seems to burn herself with her curling iron.