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hannah

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Yes, I should think so. But EGF you can use.


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Thanks Hannah! I have... I love the EGF. I've also mixed it into my "scar cream"... I wish I had taken before and afters because the change since I've incorporated SAS into my scar-care routine has been astounding!
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what makes the lip collagen serum work GREAT for healing cuts and scrapes in record time, i can almost see the scrapes healing . I use my hands a lot and always get cut and they normally take a while to heal. I know thats not what it's for but WOW it really works great and it has healed my lips which were a wreck and nothing worked, spent a small fortune on trying to find a lip balm that didn't make them peel more. Thanks for great products at reasonable prices!!! 
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Thanks for the good news. KGF is important, but so are all the other actives in the serum.

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Got my lip kit yesterday, incorporated the lip trio into my night time routine & I definitely enjoyed waking up to "baby soft" lips. So can you use the lip serum on small cuts & scrapes too?
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The lip serum is very similar to our collagen serum.
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It tastes much better though, lol.
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