Magic away your annoying scars…

Lily C boxMost of us have a couple of annoying scars. Mostly they bring back memories of when you used to climb trees or skateboard. For others, they are a reminder of a surgery or accident you’d rather not remember.

Lily-C™ Silicone Scar Therapy wrap could change all that.

Simplylily (the makers of LilyPadz for breastfeeding mums) have launched this new product, initially meant to help reduce C-Section scars, but can also be used to reduce redness and discomfort as a result of operative, accidental and sports injuries.

Silicone scar therapy is clinically proven in the prevention, improvement and reduction of scarring. The silicone provides a protective barrier which occludes and hydrates skin helping to encourage its natural healing properties.

Lily-C™ is a skin like layer of silicone measuring 5cms x 22cms and has an adhesive free lining allowing it to gently stick to the skin without the use of irritating adhesives or additional taping. Lily-C ™ comes with LilyWash™ designed to gently cleanse Lily-C™ and renew the tacky lining allowing it to be used over and over again.

Proper use of the Lily-C™ will soften, flatten and dramatically improve the appearance of your scar.

This amazing new product can be found in Boots or online, RRP £34.99.





Nowadays used in breast implants in a gel-like form and as a liquid injection for the face and other medical conditions.

Dr Daniel Serrano – Los Angeles – 2008

LOS ANGELES (28 March 2008)An Argentine doctor who served prison time for giving illegal anti-wrinkle injections to wealthy and celebrity clients has been arrested and could face deportation, immigration officials said Thursday.

Daniel Tomas Fuente Serrano, who was jailed after pleading guilty in 2006 to conspiracy, smuggling and use of unapproved drugs, could forfeit his permanent residency in the United States because of the crimes, Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Virginia Kice said.

“If you’re here as a guest of this country, and you’re convicted of certain types of crime, you may lose that privilege,” she said.

Serrano finished his prison sentence earlier this month, but authorities could not arrest him until Wednesday because his conviction was under seal, Kice said.

He was taken into custody at his Beverly Hills home.

No phone listing was available for Serrano. It was unclear if he had retained an attorney.

Kice did now know when his first immigration hearing would be held.

Serrano previously received an 18-month prison sentence, which was later reduced by three months.

Prosecutors said he gave the illegal injections at various places, including parties where as many as 30 wealthy clients sipped cocktails and were injected with silicone smuggled into the U.S.

Lionel Richie, his ex-wife, Diane, and Shawn King, the wife of CNN talk-show host Larry King were other clients, according to court papers.

Serrano wasn’t licensed to practice in this country, prosecutors said.

He was accused of charging thousands of dollars for injections of substances consistent with industrial grade silicone used to lubricate auto parts, as well as medical grade silicone, which is used for some eye surgeries but is not approved as wrinkle filler, according to court papers.

Some of Serrano’s clients developed problems after the injections, court papers state.

Clients claimed they were unaware that Serrano was not licensed in California.

Serrano’s arrest by immigration officials was initially reported by