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Contractubex:Topical Treatment for Scars

January 27, 2014

My mom and Cheska Garcia-Kramer have something in common. They both don’t want their daughters to have bruises and scars. I have to be thankful of my mom as I don’t have (noticeable) scars (especially in my legs). She is always protective of us when we were younger. Or maybe she used a special ointment to cover and treat the scars like what Cheska is using for her birth scar?

Contractubex is the secret (like a tongue twister!). Cheska shared with us that she used this after giving birth to her son – Gavin. Who would have thought she had a Caesarian Section? If Contractubex is the secret, I am no longer afraid of giving birth (Ceasarian by choice!). She confessed that she used different ointment in the first two deliveries but she switched to Contractubex after, and in just 8 months, you can hardly see the scar. I have to believe that as her picture was all over Romulo Cafe and she was there in person. She is sooo pretty. 
And so, she has moved on. 
During the event, Kendra joined her and she shared how her mom applied Contractubex to her wound/scar. She also performed for us. Really cute. 
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Krenda using her mom’s mic 😉

Cheska has been using Contractubex even before she was asked to be a Brand Ambassador, so it was easy for her to say yes to the proposal. 

Interestingly, we have Contractubex at home as it was prescribed to my mom when she recently had a surgery. The ointment will work best for fresh wounds, and you can see the results in 3 months. You simply apply the gel on the affected area three to four times a day. It works on raised problematic scars or cosmetically disfiguring scars  like keloid and hypertrophic scars. 
Oh look at that, Superwoman! She’s amazing. She’s very hands-on. 
She makes it look like motherhood is a piece of cake!
Ok now, I am no longer afraid to dive in and enjoy the moment. Who is afraid of cuts and getting hurt? Life is too short to worry about these things. Plus, there’s Contractubex to cure the scars (disclaimer: wounded heart not included). 😉
Contractubex is exclusively distributed in the Philippines by Merck Sharp and Dohme and available in leading drugstores. 

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