Posted on June 28 2017
The Shark Tank episode featured a before and after photo of a lady's scar using our Combat Ready Ointment (CRO). Due to that photo we receive a lot of questions about usage on scars.
A couple things before we move forward; our combat ready ointment is classified as a cosmetic and not a drug. A drug per FDA is an "articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease" and "intended to affect the structure or any function of the body".
At this time we haven't gone through the lengthy and expensive process of clinical testing, therefore legally we cannot make any claims that our Combat Ready Ointment can treat/cure scars or any other skin related ailments.
However, that doesn't negate the numerous emails, messages, and multiple 5 star reviews (available on our website) that our CRO has been used successfully to soothe and comfort a wide variety of issues, including scars. The primary reason for the success is the ingredients, click HERE to learn more.
Keep in mind results vary by person including the age and severity of the scar. The lady's scar that was featured on Shark Tank was a result of a knee replacement surgery. She used our CRO immediately after surgery and applied multiple times a day. The after photo featured was 6 months later and the scar was barely visible.
If you're using CRO on your scar/wounds the newer the wound site the better. Apply multiple times a day. We designed the containers to be convenient to carry so you could easily have CRO with you and apply conveniently.
Finally, we stand behind our product. If you're not satisfied, just email us and we will issue a refund.