C-you Later, Scars!‏

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Nowadays, it is more common than ever for women to give birth via a Cesarean section. Whether attributed to a women’s individual health or because many women are giving birth later in life, this delivery method is steadily growing in popularity. According to recent studies conducted at Harvard Medical School, “one in three babies is born via C-section, which is a 50% increase over the past decade.” Recognizing the trend, Belli, the world’s safest skincare line available to address the specific issues of pregnant women, new moms and babies, has created the Surgical Scar Reducer, a solution to help new moms reclaim their body post-delivery.

“New moms tend to feel self-conscious about the effect their pregnancy has had on their bodies,” says Annette Rubin a mother and Founder of Belli. “Recovering from giving birth is no walk in the park – but for moms who have undergone a C-section, they now have an additional surgery recovery time to worry about. Added on top of that is an obvious scar.” Belli has created an entire line of safe and effective products to help new moms get their skin back into shape post-pregnancy; and Belli’s Surgical Scar Reducer is a perfect dermatologist-recommended solution to C-section scars and other surgical incisions.

Belli’s Surgical Scar Reducer

This product contains active ingredients of Silicone Gel which has been shown to be effective in reducing in the appearance of scars and surgical incisions and Vitamin E which is well known for its wound healing properties. Best results can be seen if applied daily for four to six weeks after wound has healed completely.

Belli’s Surgical Scar Reducer can also be used to lighten scars or surgical incision of any age.

$34.00 – BUY IT HERE!


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