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    Kelo-Cote Advanced Formula Scar Gel, 10 Grams
    Beauty (SOS Brands Inc.)


    List Price: $31.99
    Price: $26.25
    You Save: $5.74 (18%)

    • Clinically proven to flatten, soften, and reduce redness of scars over the course of treatment
    • Helps to relieve itching, discomfort and pain associated with scars
    • Physician recommended
    • 100 percent silicone
    • Improves the appearance of scars

    Kelo-cote Gel, 60 gram tube
    Health and Beauty (ABT Belli Materna LLC.)


    ABT Belli Materna LLC.


    List Price: $83.95
    Price: $83.95


    • Hydrates the scarred area and creates an environment which allows the scar to mature through normal collagen synthesis cycles
    • This protective barrier if flexible, odorless, waterproof, and breathable
    • Dries rapidly to form an invisible protective silicone sheet over the affected area

4 OTC options to get rid of deep acne scars

Begin by treating the pigmentation. Don't skimp on sunscreen (use SPF 40 daily, reapplying it every 2 hours). Invest in skin-lightening products. You can choose from:

1. Cosmetic-grade options with actives like niacinamide, tetrahydrocurcumin, arbutin, butyl resorcinol, n-Acetyl glucosamine, vitamin C, retinoids, vitamin E, pine bark, liquorice extract or frankincense. Try: Melaclear or Bioderma White Objective serum.

2. Medical-grade options with actives like hydroquinone and/or kojic acid in 2% strength. Try: Depiwhite cream or Kojiglow Forte. Use these sparingly at night on greyish-black scars for no more than a month, under the guidance of your dermatologist. (Stop application if you experience burning, itching, peeling of skin or redness; or if it dries up your skin). Or you could use a formula with 8-10% glycolic acid, like Glyaha-Koj lotion or Glyco 6, at night.

Next, try the following for the scar:

3. OTC creams like Mederma, Cicatrix or Contractubex. These are mild formulations with actives like peptidies and allantoin; stop application if you see no results for 2 months.

Desperately seeking Kelo-Cote scar cream in the United Kingdom?

Ive searched the web like crazy but still can't find a supplier,is there anyone out there who could help point me in the right direction? Would really appreciate it.. Thanks guys


Kelo-cote is available on prescription from your GP, Dermatologist or pharmacist.

can someone please tell me about kelo cote cream...is it really helpful in removing scars?

i have some acne scars


unfortunately not
a chemical peel or dermatology dermabrasion might

seek professional advice to get the best possible information regarding your type of skin and problem