GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Serum - Scar Removal

GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Serum – Scar Removal

Hi Everyone!

A few weeks ago, I put a client’s feedback on my blog regarding a scar that she had. Her result was very fast (about two months). I posted what she was using that got rid of her scar – mainly it’s the GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Serum with EGF. BUT she was also using our Pearl Powder that she mixed with our Sea Kelp Bioferment and Squalane. We’ve (her name is Chandra) been emailing back and forth about it and although she thinks it’s really the GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Serum with EGF that faded her scar, I’m convinced that the Pearl Powder mixture she used on top of it really helped too. I say that because of how quickly Chandra’s scar faded. She had been living with and trying to get rid of her scars for over 5 years.

I think mixing the Pearl Powder with Sea Kelp Bioferment and one of the skin type specific Corrective Face Oil Cocktails would work incredibly well over the GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Serum with EGF for scar removal!

I asked Chandra if I could put her beautiful face here on my blog – I’m happy to share her success story with you – her skin is just amazing!!

A very happy, scar-free Chandra!

Chandra had been using other products as well that weren’t NCN products (a cleanser, an anti-oxidant and a toner) but, and I quote: “I’ve gone through several orders of the other products, so I know for sure they don’t irritate my skin. However, I really think the NCN products are what made the biggest difference. The other products and the squalane do their job and keep my skin clean and soft without breaking it out, but when I started your products, that’s when I noticed the changes with the scars and discolorations.”

I am going to try to take close-up “before” pictures now (as you suggested), but your products have faded my scars so much that I don’t know if they’ll show up much. 🙂 The worst scar was what looked like a long “line” running from the center of my left cheek to my mouth. It was actually an accumulation of different acne scars through the years. I always had to fill in that line with concealer. I had the line for at least 5 years and now it is barely noticeable. I’ve been going out without makeup (except for using your pearl powder as a powder) for a few weeks now.

I’ll attach a picture my friend took last week when we were on vacation. I was only wearing mascara and lipstick and the pearl powder. It was so nice to be able to enjoy our vacation without having to spend an hour in the bathroom each day covering up all my different scars, etc. I didn’t have to get up extra early and I didn’t have to make people wait for me to get ready. (I took my hat off for the picture. I always wear a thick wide-brimmed hat when I’m outside b/c every sunscreen I’ve tried gives me a rash around my eyes, nose, and mouth. It’s another testament to your products that they have not irritated my super-sensitive skin.)

Keep up the good work,

While on vacation, a lady in a thrift store and I were talking about my 9-year-old daughter (who was with me) and the conversation led to the lady exclaiming, “You look like you’re 19!” (LOL) Now, I know that is not completely true, but it sure felt nice to hear. Also, a friend who always speaks his mind truthfully (even when it hurts) told me recently that I look like I’m in my late 20s, and that made me feel happy. (I’ll be 35 in December) I have no doubt that your products are contributing to that.

The pearl powder, especially, has had a significant calming effect. Even my sister noticed. Also, since starting with the pearl powder (I mix it in with some squalane, an antioxidant serum, and your Sea Kelp Bioferment, and, after that soaks in, I dust the pearl powder over my face as a powder), I have gone through two premenstrual times without experiencing the bit of chin acne I normally experience just during that time of the month (the kind that are red and swollen – my sister calls it “stress acne” around the chin/jaw area). I really think it was the pearl powder that helped with that b/c it is the only thing I started new around that particular time.”


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