TOP-HEALTH-TODAY’S OVERALL RATING: 20%
M’lis repair tissue repair cream Overview:
M’lis repair tissue repair cream provides limited manufacturer information and product benefits. Our staff has found that this cream is intended for sores, burns, psoriasis, stretch marks and scars. This product is not formulated solely for the purposes of scars only! You may want to elect a scar product that only addresses scars so that it is comprised of quality ingredients and does not become diluted with other added ingredients.
The best scar products on the market are those that contain 100% silicone. Silicone has been studied and proven to help reduce the look of scars in just a few weeks in most cases. However, M’lis repair tissue repair cream does not claim it contains silicone and it contains ingredients like Vitamins or DNA/RNA.
A scar is a general term to describe damage to the skin where fibrous tissue may have developed. However, there are all kinds of scars such as acne scars, surgery scars, Keloids, hypertrophic scars. Each scar can vary in size, shape, color and they damages can differ. For instance some scars are deeper than others. This is why it’s important to elect a product that can address all types of scars including Keloids. Keloids are often the most dangerous form of scars because they continue to grow especially if not addressed. The manufacturer does not claim that M’lis repair tissue repair cream is applicable on Keloids or new and old scars.
- Marketed for use on scars, rashes, cuts, sores, stretch marks, burns, psoriasis and eczema.
- Does not claim its suitable for keloids
- Does not claim its 100% silicone based
- MSRP not provided
- Does not claim it’s for new or old scars
Sizes Available:¼ oz, 1.75 oz, quart and gallon
Directions For Use:
For best results apply evenly several times a day to problem areas. The cream must be used once or more daily to provide nutrients to damaged skin to naturally restore itself.
RNA/DNA Factor, Vitamins A/E/B3
Where is Product Manufactured:
Made in the USA.
Final Thoughts on M’lis repair tissue repair cream:
M’lis repair tissue repair cream has limited information provided by its manufacturer. You can purchase this product in four different sizes and it is marketed for additional skin concerns, not just scars. Use as directed to achieve best results if results may occur. However, this formula does not use 100% silicone, it does not claim it’s for Keloids or that it can be applied to old and new scars. This formula does not provide a MSRP either. Look for products that are often sold for under $50 as these are more affordable for almost all incomes.