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GUILFORD, Conn. — ScarAway announced that two drug wholesalers now will carry its over-the-counter scar care products.
Through McKesson's and Cardinal Health's distribution, the scar care products will be available through independent pharmacies and regional chains across the country, expanding ScarAway's overall market reach. ScarAway also is introducing its scar diminishing serum, which combines scar treatment therapies silicone and massage in a pen — an ideal format for hard-to-treat or exposed areas, the company said.
“In only our first year, we have grown tremendously, having established ourselves in Walgreens, Duane Reade, Albertsons and Kroger, as well as online at Drugstore.com and Amazon.com," said Jessica Rowen, ScarAway founder and president. "In year two, thanks to this exciting new partnership with the most respected drug wholesalers in the world, we look forward to extending the ScarAway brand to an even wider audience through independent pharmacies and regional chains.”