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?