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Has anyone tried invicible for Acne scars?
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chantelle90210 posted:
I've heard great stories of invicible scars at different forums. Has anyone here tried it ?I bought this product invicible scars for my acne scars. I haven't tried it yet, but was wondering if anybody else has. If you have tried it, did it help to make your scar less noticeable? At what point in your recovery process did you try it? Would love to hear your experience


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mawstovee responded:
Slow to see changes on big old scars, but has changed the look of my skin more than anything I've ever tried. Helped with overall texture and tone. Improved acne scars and sun spots that i had. I immediately started treating it when they become relatively visible, after 2 or 3 weeks approx , obviously the sooner ones passed on staying conscious. But you can certainly try it. The results would however depend on the age of your scars.


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