Promotes healing of new and old scars, stretch marks, and acne scars
Content: 3.15 oz (90 gr)
Miranda Castro’s Scars Cream offers an effective, non-invasive way to help heal scars and reduce their appearance after injury, surgery, or illness. The carefully selected ingredients — chosen by Miranda after feedback from hundreds of clients — assist in relieving
- discolored and painful scars,
- lumpy or rigid scars,
- pulling and hardened scar tissue,
- off-color stretch marks, and
- acne scars.
If used on new scars, this top-rated cream can help them become less red, smoother, and overall less noticeable. If used on old scars, the cream helps reduce the discoloration and bumpy texture. This cream can support new moms and growing teenagers with the appearance of stretch marks. Even though stretch marks are harmless, many people would prefer to get rid of them or at least make them less noticeable. This is a smart, healthy, safe, and inexpensive way to do just that!
Once a wound is healed over, apply Miranda’s Scars Cream as long as needed. Use it for at least a month and as long as you see improvements. Remember that old scars can take several months to heal and improve.
Smooth in texture, this cream is non-toxic and made with an extremely safe and gentle base, including aloe vera and sweet almond and lavender oil. It glides on lightly and is easily absorbed, not greasy or sticky. As for the smell, it is light and pleasant. This cream stays fresh for years and comes in a transparent container so you are always able to see how much is in the bottle.
No artificial colors. No perfumes. No petroleum products. No propylene glycol. No parabens. No lanolin. No toxic ingredients. No animal testing.
Apply a small amount 1 to 3 times daily. Use less often once it has begun to help, i.e. when the scar has started to soften and fade. Stop on significant improvement.
Active homeopathic ingredient: Calendula Officinalis 1X, Silicea 3X, Symphytum Officinale 1X, Thiosinaminum 3X
Inactive ingredients: Borax, Emulsifying Wax NF, Lavender Essential Oil, Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Purified Water, Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin E Oil
For topical use only. Do not apply to broken skin as it can cause a bit of irritation.
Do not use if seal is broken. If pregnant or breast feeding, ask a health care professional before use.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
Scars are formed by the overproduction of a naturally occurring chemical in the body called collagen. Unfortunately, many times when our skin is wounded, the cut isn’t clean, the healing conditions are not perfectly ideal, and a scar is the result. Still, scars are a natural part of the healing process that begins when the skin repairs wounds.
Over time, the tissue will try to reorganize, and the scar may appear to soften, but the skin may not completely return to its original state. Some people are more prone to scarring than others. This can be due to skin type or genetic makeup.
This is where Miranda Castro's Scar Cream comes in. It supports the healing process, softens the skin, and helps dissolve scar tissue.
When Miranda formulated this cream, she also had new mothers in mind. Women can develop scars post delivery after a c-section or an episiotomy.
Stretch marks, clinically referred to as striae, are off-color marks on the skin that range from silver-white to dark purple caused by over-stretching of the skin. Stretch marks most often occur during pregnancy but can also appear in puberty or be caused by hormonal changes and rapid weight gain or loss. Stretch marks usually affect areas where fat is stored and can occur anywhere where the skin has been stretched. Common areas people experience stretch marks include
- upper arms,
- buttocks, and
This cream addresses all scars and stretch marks — new and old. It is easy to apply with a pleasing scent and absorbs quickly into the skin. Miranda chose to include oils that are extremely gentle and work alongside homeopathic remedies supporting their healing effects.
Miranda Castro is a renowned homeopath, author, and lecturer. She was trained in the U.K., opened her practice in 1983, and started to publish and teach in 1988. Miranda taught homeopathy at Bastyr University. She lives in Florida where she practices and develops remedies and plants an edible garden.