Scarguard Repair Liquid


Developed by a plastic surgeon to help treat the toughest scars, Scarguard is used by plastic surgeons worldwide to shrink old scars and for less scarring after stitches, surgery, scrapes and burns. It is now available to you online and at many pharmacies.


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Product Description


Scar treatment works IF it is based on real science.  Doctors and pharmacists recommend Scarguard because they know the science, they care, and they know it gets REAL results.  If you know how and when to use Scarguard, the results will be truly amazing. Take a moment and learn about scarring here. The time spent now will be well worth the benefits later.


Before you choose a scar treatment, look carefully at the ingredients. Most are just processed onions or no science oils.  

Whats in your scar product?What’s in YOUR scar treatment? ONIONS?
 It may not smell, but it stinks.

Onion juice cream and oils don’t work. They claim to fix all kinds of scars and stretch marks.  How can the same product raise a sunken scar and sink a raised scar?  Scars are usually raised and stretch marks are sunken in. The claims just don’t make scientific sense!


Scars are nothing more than collagen that mother nature creates to fill a gap in our skin. To fight against extra scar tissue from restricting movement, when skin is stretched over joints our cells make an enzyme to melt the collagen, called collagenase.  So, collagenase melts scar tissue. The more collagenase your cells make, the more scar tissue is melted. If your skin cells are encouraged to make this enzyme, new scar tissue will be reduced and old scar tissue will be melted flat. Scarguard actively stimulates cells to make collagenase and shrink scars.


Silicone sheets work by pressing on the scar, but you can’t use them 24/7 for long enough because they are ugly and uncomfortable. Cortisone shots stimulate collagenase, but you have to go to the doctor and they hurt. The right type of vitamin E helps, but that’s not the one you cut in half from the drugstore. 


Now that you understand scar tissue, you know that scar treatments that work are designed to stimulate the enzyme that melts it, collagenase.  Collagenase will flatten old scar tissue and decrease the formation of new scar tissue. So why Scarguard? Because  Scarguard has all these effective treatments in a  paint-on film that is so thin, you don’t even know it’s there. Scarguard works on new and old scars. Simply said, it shrinks scars!


See the independently published papers in respected medical journals. 

 NOTE: None of these completely independent, published university clinical studies was performed or funded by Scarguard Labs.

•  Beckenstein MS,, Kuniaki T, Matarasso A, T he Effect of Scarguard on Collagenase Levels Using a Full–Thickness Epidermal Model, Aesthetic Surgery Journal ~ November / December 2004
•  Eisen, Drore A Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of Scarguard in the Prevention of Scars: The Int. J of Dermatology. 2004; Volume 5, Number 2.
•  Berman, Brian Keloid and Hypertrophic Scars : eMedicine February 11, 2005
•  Sadick, Neil S.. A Twenty–FFirst Century A pproach to the Management of Keloids and Hypertrophic Scars.. American Journal of Cosmetic Chemistry Vol. 18, No.. 3,, 2001 1–66.


Scarguard paints on as a liquid with a clean smell like an antiseptic. After about10 seconds, the film turns clear, odorless and starts to work. Paint-on Scarguard once in the morning when you get up at night before you go to sleep. You should start to see and feel the improvement in days as your scar melts away.

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Scarguard should be applied once in the morning when you wake up and once nightly before you go to sleep. It dries to a film within seconds. The doctor’s office smell is a cleanser that cleans the skin before forming the film. It dissipates quickly. Begin using Scarguard when your wound is completely healed. On older scars you may start using Scarguard immediately. Do not apply to broken skin.

Results take time
Generally, Scarguard users start to see and feel noticeable improvement within days of use but every scar is different, so yours may take a bit more time.

Scarguard is available in a 15ml bottle.


What is a scar?

When skin is injured our body makes collagen to fill the gap. This collagen is like a cement patch. There are no pores and sweat glands within this patch, making it look different from the normal surrounding skin. Therefore, to achieve the most natural look this patch should be as small as possible. Scarguard helps our skin reduce scar tissue.

How long does scar healing take?

It can take as long as one or two years for some scars to achieve their final appearance. In the first three months most scars appear pink. This is due to an overgrowth of blood vessels within the area, which is intended to help bring a better blood supply for healing. After healing has completed, these blood vessels usually shrink and the color usually fades. After that, the remaining scar will slowly shrink if normal healing occurs.

Why are some scars thicker than others?

As skin heals, too much collagen is intentionally made. An enzyme called collagenase melts the extra collagen and the body tries to leave only what is needed for the repair. If the healing cells do not make enough collagenase, too much collagen is left. This will result in a thick scar.

Can we make a thick scar look better?

Scarguard contains the ingredients often recommended by doctors to improve scar appearance in an easy-to-use to use form. It will help shrink old, thick scars or help prevent thickening of newly forming scars.

Why is Scarguard different?

Scarguard is the only product that we know of that combines silicone, cortisone, and vitamin E into one easy-to-use product that forms a clear protective film over a scar while it heals. It is clinically proven to be effective.

How long has Scarguard been on the market?

Scarguard has been used since 2001 by plastic surgeons and is now available to you without a prescription!

What about scar removal creams and gels?

Many creams and gels would work if you could actually use them; the problem is they are messy and get all over your clothing. Once they are on the clothing, they are no longer on the skin and therefore not very effective. Some creams are not based upon science and do not even have a drug facts panel on the box! Scarguard is based upon solid science in an easy-to-use format.

How long should Scarguard be used?

Scarguard should be applied twice daily. Typically, patients use it for two to four months. Please consult the Drug Facts Panel on the packaging for directions on use.

Should I use it on fresh wounds?

Scarguard should not be put on surgical or traumatic wounds before the skin has closed. Typically, it is started two weeks after surgery, but check with your doctor regarding this use.

Clinical Info

Here are a list of independently written papers and studies on Scarguard.

Eric W. Smith, PhD., Ohio Northern University.
Scarguard Screening Study (PDF).

Ketchum LD, Smith J, Robinson DW, Masters FW (1966). “The treatment of hypertrophic scar, keloid and scar contracture by triamcinolone acetonide”. Plast Reconstr Surg. 38 (3): 209–18.
PMID 5919604.

D. Eisen (2004). “Pilot Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of Scarguard in the Prevention of Scars”. The Int. Journal of Dermatology 2 (2).
doi: 10.5580/1c91A.

Gallant-Behm CL1, Mustoe TA (2010). “Occlusion regulates epidermal cytokine production and inhibits scar formation”. Wound Repair Regen 18 (2 pages=235-44).
PMID 20419876.

Michael S. Beckenstein, MD; Terato Kuniaki, MDSc, PhD; and Alan Matarasso, MD (2004). “The Effect of Scarguard on Collagenase Levels Using a Full-Thickness Epidermal Model”. Aesthet Surg Journal 24 (6): 542–6.
PMID 19336207.

Palmieri B, Gozzi G, Palmieri G. (1995). “Vitamin E added silicone gel sheets for treatment of hypertrophic scars and keloids”. Int J Dermatol 34 (7): 506–9.
PMID 7591421.

Jalali M, Bayat A. (2007). “Current use of steroids in management of abnormal raised skin scars.”. Surgeon. 5 (3): 175–80.
PMID 17575671.

Alice Liang, PhD, NYU Langone Core Microscopy Laboratory.
Nanopatch Film Delivery Evaluation (PDF).