Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Special editorial by Cassie Brown, Staff Writer
It is often said that scars are proof of a life well-lived.
In biological terms, they protect your body from future damage but also remind us where we have been and what we've survived in our pasts.
But that doesn’t mean that we should have to live with them forever.
Our skin already heals itself, but why does it have to leave ugly scars behind?
What if it not only repaired damaged skin, but made it look younger, clearer, and healthier?
Dr. Barbara Persons and Dr. Annabel Barber, the surgeons behind Dermafacs
Silicon is everywhere around us. It can be found in soil, water, plants and even animals (like ants). When combined with oxygen it forms these silicate minerals that are found in the soil. Silicic acid is released when silicon dissolves which helps plants defend against disease and stresses.
Similarly, mammals require silicon in their diet to maintain healthy growth of connective tissue.
Although it was well documented the important role it played in connective tissues growth and development, there wasn't a way to take advantage of it.
The real breakthrough came when they discovered a way to create micro-silica, a form of the substance that could penetrate the skin layer. This enabled scientist to localize and concentrate the amazing repairing properties of this compound on the human skin.
RecoverX Has Been Shown To Repair:
Not only did participants report a significant improvement in recovery time, as expected - over 80% also reported reduced scar appearance across a range of epidermal conditions.
They patented this new technology and used it to create RecoverX, the first product of their new company, Dermafacs.
After reading so many raving reviews, we had to see if it really could do everything they said it could. So we put RecoverX to the test for 27 days.
“I first washed my face. Then applied a couple of dabs of the formula to the palm of my hand and then applied it to my acne scars. There was a subtle cooling sensation, which I liked. It wasn’t too thick and absorbed into my skin nicely. Call me crazy, but within 30 minutes, my skin looked brighter.”
“I can already tell this stuff is making a huge difference. I have some substantial acne scars on my cheeks and my forehead. I can already tell they don’t look as noticeable as before. The skin around them also looks plumper and healthier.”
“This is pretty awesome. My scars have significantly lightened; I actually don’t feel the need to cover them up with layer after layer of foundation and concealer. My friends even started to notice and ask what my secret was. It feels pretty great to feel noticed for my skin positively. They thought I had started laser treatment or something.”
RecoverX is the real deal. I’ve tried countless products that claim to reduce scarring, but none have ever delivered like this one! It has helped me feel confident again about my skin and given me hope for life after acne scars.
I am excited to share these little jars of magic with my friends who are struggling too. Everyone deserves a chance to look their best without breaking the bank.
The last time I checked, it was still in stock, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they sold out soon. I read a news article a couple weeks ago that was talking about how much buzz this was creating in the skincare industry.
These jars sell out super quick. If you can get your hands on one or three if you're lucky, do it now! When I made my purchase, it was delivered in about a week, which is really fast for where I live.
They have a sale going on now too, so give it a try and let me know how it works for you!
Update: Only 47 Left.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. When a product has been "clinically proven" four phases of the study takes place: 1) screen product or drug for safety; 2) establishing how well it works versus a placebo or control group versus existing drug or product by testing a number of users over a period of time or using different dosages; 3) confirm the safety and viability of the product or drug; 4) statistically valid conclusions can be drawn from results of those trials (sufficient number of studies done, length of trial, types of candidates selected to test drug or product, etc.).
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