Invicible Scars(TM) Awarded 'Seal Of Approval' By National Parenting Center
The National Parenting Center awards its Seal of Approval to InviCible Scars for fall 2010.
- (1888PressRelease) September 23, 2010 - SAN ANTONIO, TX - InviCible Scars™ Advanced Scar Therapy (www.inviciblescars.com) has been awarded the National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval for fall 2010. According to their review, available at tnpc.com, "Skinned knees, burns, brown spots, disappeared or shrunk every time, it's amazing. Every tester couldn't wait to tell us about the miracle results they saw with this lotion. The lotion itself is light, silky smooth, fragrance free and soothing. The dispenser is classy and attractive."
The National Parenting Center was founded in July 1989 with the intention of providing the most comprehensive and responsible parenting advice to parents everywhere - furnished by some of the world's most respected authorities in the field of child rearing and development. Its mission: To help create better informed parents as they tackle the challenges of parenting in the new millennium.
The NPC's Seal of Approval program, introduced in 1990, identifies the finest products and services being marketed to the parent/child audience. From educational and entertainment products and equipment to travel destinations, the consumer oriented testing process solicits evaluations from parents and their children. This award signifies to other parents that their peers have acknowledged a product's quality and desirability based on a wide variety of determining factors.
InviCible Scars was conceived by San Antonio-based breast reconstruction surgeon, Minas T. Chrysopoulo, MD, who has long understood the impact of scarring - both physical and psychological - on his patients, the majority of whom are breast cancer survivors. For this reason, when his disappointing investigation of the marketplace yielded scar treatments mostly ranging from impractical to inconclusive to downright hyperbole, he was determined to find a solution that would help complete their cycle of healing.
In 2009, backed by five years of research by nationally-acclaimed PhD's, chemists, formulators and business people, Dr. Chrysopoulo helped launch InviCible Scars. InviCible Scars addresses facial scars, acne blemishes, burns, stretch marks, hyper-pigmentation and hypertrophic scars - from surgery, skin injury and pregnancy - and will even improve the results of micro-dermabrasion, laser resurfacing and chemical peels.
The formula combines proven skin care technology, a patent-pending blend of naturally-derived collagen regulators (Dual Vitamin C Complex), intensive moisturizers, pigment lighteners and essential fatty acids (Pro-Biosyn-4) - along with the safest form of silicone gel (dimethicone) - to help speed the healing process, smooth skin texture and even out skin tone. Equally as important, InviCible Scars DOES NOT contain one ingredient that's controversial, inconclusive, superfluous or harmful. The anhydrous formula (formulated without water) is both preservative (including parabens) and fragrance-free, so it's hypo-allergenic and non-irritating.
Early use tests show up to 45% improvement in scar color and texture after just six weeks compared to the control group (petroleum jelly), without any irritation.
"We are thrilled to receive a seal of approval from such an important resource for the parenting community," says Roland Hoffmann, CEO of InviCible Scars. "We developed InviCible Scars both for safety and efficacy; our feeling is one can't exist without the other. I've used this product on my own two year old son, so this nod from the National Parenting Center is extremely rewarding."
InviCible Scars is available at physician's offices and medical spas across the US. It can also be purchased online at www.inviciblescars.com. Suggested retail price is $82 for 0.9 oz/ml tube.
About The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval Program
The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval program is an independent testing procedure conducted to judge a variety of products introduced and marketed to the parent/child consumer market. The testing involves a multi-step process conducted over an eight week period.
Staffed by volunteers, the testing facility of The National Parenting Center gives parents, children, and educators the opportunity to examine a variety of submitted products. The testers are encouraged to play with, build, read about, and judge by the reactions of the children, each product's quality.
Participants fill out questionnaires for each product they test. Evaluated are each product's level of desirability, sturdiness, interactive stimulation and other ingredients essential in the make-up of a quality product. Test results are based on both statistical averaging and comments received from the parent/testers.
Full review at: http://www.tnpc.com/search/tnpcarticle2.asp?rec=6785