A few months ago I received the InviCible Advanced Scar Therapy (preview & photos) for testing and review purposes. I do have some small scars obtained in my childhood when I played with the other kids and the one that I specially wanted to diminish was a small scar on my face near my right eye. I honestly didn’t expect any miracle since my scar is more than 15 years old and I’m aware that these types of products can diminish fresh scars and not very old ones like mine.
InviCible Advanced Scar Therapy is a serum that helps improve every stage of scar healing, no matter if it is a scar from a surgery, acne, a burn or a skin injury. It can also be used for brown spots & acne blemishes, stretch marks or after dermabrasion, resurfacing and peels.
If you want to know how InviCible works on different scar types or how to apply this product on a specif type of scar please read my preview about InviCible Scars Advanced Scar Treatment.
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Keep reading to find out more about my experience with this product and to see my before and after photos.
The product comes in a modern silver tube which is very simple and easy to use. The tube has a pump which facilitates the application making it super easy to squeeze just the right amount of product to apply on your scar. The only small inconvenience is that you can’t see how much product is inside since the packaging is not transparent.
InviCible is a cream with a super silky texture and non-greasy. It applies smoothly by just simply massage it in. It instantly softens your skin and you won’t have to worry about not being able to wear makeup if you want to use InviCible on your face. You can apply your makeup or sun block without worries over InviCible and go about your day as normal!
Silicone (Dimethicone, Dimethicone Crosspolymer) Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate) ProBiosyn-4 (Helianthus Annuus [Sunflower] Seed Oil Unsaponifiables, Carthamus Tinctorius [Safflower] Seed Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Stearyl Glycyrrhetinate [Licorice Extract])
I admit I didn’t have any success in diminishing the scar from my face but since it was a very old scar from childhood I didn’t expected any miracles so I kept InviCible in my drawer just in case. I wasn’t ready to write my review at that point because I didn’t have any recent scar that I could test the product on so I didn’t have to much to say.
My Experience with InviCible
Three weeks ago I had a small accident on my right hand (I’ve mentioned that on Chicprofile FB page and in some of my articles). A glass broke into my hand while I was doing the dishes, cutting pretty deep and removing a piece from my flesh. I know it sounds painful (trust me it felt painful) but my skin was hanging only from one side and barely managed to put it back, stop the bleeding and bandage my hand.
One the next day when I removed my bandages and I looked on how terrible the wound look like I was REALLY HAPPY to have received InviCible. I took some photos with my phone right from the second day but they are too terrible to post them here, still this is a beauty blog. I didn’t want to apply InviCible right from the second day because I was still bleeding a little bit and I wanted to wait a few days to heal and I also wanted to give my skin some time to stick back. Being a silicone based product InviCible is meant to heal very fast the scars but since my wound was fresh and bleeding from time to time I decided to start applying InviCible only 10 days later.
You should know that I’m a person who heals very very hard, I mean a simple bruise takes minimum 10 days to heal and disappear and my doctors always told me to be careful because my skin takes a lot of time to heal. So the pictures bellow were taken 10 days after I had the glass incident when my hand was healing and on the first day I started to use InviCible.
I’m not completely healed now but the results after 10 days are pretty amazing, especially knowing how much time I need to recuperate from cuts, bruises or small accidents. I’m still applying InviCible two times a day but I wanted to post this review now. I will surely update this post with my final photo once my scar has hopefully disappeared.
10 days after the accident – 1st day of using InviCible
12 days after the accident – 3rd day of using InviCible
After 10 days of using InviCible (I’m still continuing the treatment in present time)
I hope this review was helpful for everyone out there who is looking for a product that can help to diminish scars and even though I’m not so good with words in this case I’m convinced the photos speak for themselves. I will soon update this post with more photos.