Advanced Repair for Unsightly Scars



  InstaNatural Advanced Repair Scar Gel


This holiday season I had a double-whammy of burns which then gave me lovely scars.  First, when I was making Party Potatoes (click for the recipe), I burned my hand between my thumb and pointer finger TWICE.  Seriously?!?  Then I burned the same hand on my wrist.  It’s a terribly awkward spot to be damaged because the skin moves every time you move your hand or fingers.  

InstaNatural Advanced Repair Scar Gel comes along to help heal my scars.  To be honest, I used this inconsistently and started using it more than a month after the injury.  But the proof is in the photo.   


Scar Gel


Made with such things as epidermal growth factor, sea kelp bioferment, green tea and gotu kola, it’s full of natural ingredients for a lightweight, fast-absorbing gel that’s safe to use on all skin types.  It doesn’t smell and it doesn’t leave any stickiness or oiliness behind.

I have never been disappointed with any of the InstaNatural’s products and you won’t be either.  They are affordable and they work to improve your skin.  InstaNatural Advanced Repair Scar Gel works to help repair your scar and improve the look and feel of your scarred skin.  

All of the InstaNaturals products are made in the USA and contains no harmful parabens, sulfates or alcohols.  All of their products come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee and they will happily return your money if you’re unsatisfied with this scar gel or any of their products.  

Buy 2 of any qualified InstaNatural’s products and get 5% off your order total. Enter code QWRXPLFN at checkout when you purchase through the links on this page.


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About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

4 thoughts on “Advanced Repair for Unsightly Scars

  1. Thanks Sandy.
    As you know, I’m dealing with facial scars from my surgeries so this might come in handy when my surgeries are all over with. 🙂

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