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It comes in an easy to apply gel and it is backed by a manufacturer's guarantee which is always reassuring when looking into a product.

Cicatricure Review

This review is going to take a closer look at Cicatricure to learn more about how it works and to see if it’s worth trying out. This product is a scar treatment that is made from a variety of ingredients that are designed to reduce the appearance of scars. The manufacturer claims that using Cicatricure is effective in fading the appearance of old and new scars from burns, injuries, surgery, and acne. It can decrease the length, thickness, and coloration of new and old scars as well as other blemishes left by burns and acne.


Chamomile Extract reduces the redness of the skin and is enriched with anti-inflammatory properties. it also promotes skin radiance and smoothness. Aloe Extract increases your skin tone balances, removes age spots and promotes skin extract. Onion extract has the ability to reduce inflammation on the skin and can prevent collagen production. All of the ingredients in Cicatricure are natural and healing.


The manufacturer recommends applying Cicatricure liberally on the scar four times a day for eight weeks. For prior scars apply on the scar three times a day for 3-6 months.

This treatment is meant for external use only. Do not apply on irritated or injured skin and discontinue use if irritation or rash occurs. You should not apply to open or unhealed wounds.


You can purchase Cicatricure exclusively from third-party retailers. We found one 1 oz. tube online for $12.08. There are no discounted bulk purchasing packages offered but that can vary according to the retailer you purchase from.


The manufacturer offers a 30-day money back guarantee.

Cicatricure Review – Conclusion

Cicatricure appears to be a promising scar treatment that can potentially help you reduce the appearance of scars. It comes in an easy to apply gel and it is backed by a manufacturer’s guarantee which is always reassuring when looking into a product. However, the manufacturer’s return policy is weak and limited. They only offer thirty days to get a refund which is a fraction of the time it would take to see results. Furthermore, while every person can have different results from using a product, we found that most of the consumer feedback is negative. Consumers reported that after diligently applying this cream as instructed by the manufacturer, they did not see any improvement in the appearance of their scars. When we tried getting more information about the manufacturer and additional product information, we found that their official website is in Spanish, making it hard for us to get further information. Taking these factors into consideration, choosing Cicatricure is risky. You are better off choosing a scar treatment that is backed by a strong manufacturer’s guarantee for consumer protection, one that has positive consumer reviews and one that offers information in a language you understand to make it easier to learn more about the product.

Concise, honest reporting from Authority Reports.


After obtaining her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine, Jenny went on to specialize in the competitive field of dermatology. In her single days, she was a Peace Corps volunteer and a medic for Doctors without Borders. These days, Dr. Michelle works part-time in a private practice in her hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, so that she can devote herself to her growing family. In her spare time, Jenny gives back to her community by volunteering with her husband and children at their local soup kitchen. Protection Status

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