With a potent ingredient like Inca Inchi oil it is no wonder that this cream is performing so well. Inca Inchi Oil comes from a plant that grows in the Amazon forest of Peru. This oil is very rich in Omega 3 which is the richest essential fatty acid. Applying essential fatty acids can improve the dermis of the skin. It acts as a natural anti-oxidant, absorbs rapidly, is very hydrating and can be very soothing. The Inca Inchi Oil restores and improves elasticity.LABzero product

It also contains DEFENSIL™-PLUS which is a first aid treatment for inflamed skin and CELLACTIVE™-WHITE which inhibits melanin production (preventing pigmentation from forming).

Other benefits of LABzero are:

  • Speeds up post laser treatment recovery

  • Reduces allergic reactions

  • Reduces tissue damage

  • Soothes the skin

  • Protects and regenerates the damages skin barrier

  • Improvement of skin pigmentation

At the Aesthetics Centre, we have already seen excellent results with this cream on our clients and staff members, and recommend it to effectively improve the size, keloiding and appearance of their scars.

Recommended to be used 3-4 times a day.

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BEFORE and AFTER photos courtesy of LABzero

Please note that results may vary as per individual

Source: Advanced Scar Treatment – LABzero,, March 2015

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