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InstaNatural Scar Gel

The lengths I'll go to for clear skin can be a little embarrassing, and I've searched high and low for products to help with signs of scarring. My skin is not perfect and as I get older, it takes dedication and a lot of patience to achieve and maintain a healthy complexion. That being said, if I can get my hands on something that actually does what it says it's going to do then I'm a happy camper. Big thanks to InstaNatural for sharing their Scar Gel with me for review. I received this product in exchange for my honest and unbiased feedback and it gets FIVE STARS! 
I've been using it for about three weeks and I have seen some results. There are areas of discoloration/scarring that are lighter. While I'm not sure how beneficial it will be on deeper scars, as someone who has tried several InstaNatural products, I'm confident that with time my results will be even greater.  
For use on surgical scars, acne scars, burns, or other dark spots, this twice-daily formula is lightweight, absorbs quickly, has no offense order and doesn't leave behind a messy residue. Give it time and it works! 

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