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3 packs of Dhathri Scar Cream 20gms
Dhathri Scar Cream 20gms combo of 3 packs :-
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Squeeze a small amount of Dhathri Scar Cream out of the tube and rub it over the scar in a very thin layer in the morning. Repeat the same in the evening and at night. This will yield three applications per day. Repeat it every day.
Apply Dhathri Scar Cream to new stretch marks as directed that are still bright pink or brown. Squeeze a small amount of Dhathri Scar Cream out of the tube and rub it over the stretch mark every morning. Repeat the same in the evening and at night. Repeat it daily for about three to six months.
Tips & Warnings
1. Watch for signs of sensitivity.
2. Discontinue use and talk to your doctor if you notice an allergic reaction such as itching, redness, swelling or scar discoloration.
3. Apply scar cream only on healed wounds, scars and stretch marks
4. Stretch marks that have become set and turned pale will not respond.
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