Some months ago, a little 2 year old sustained a burn to the dorsum of her left hand. She has been undergoing treatment for the scar management and has pressure garments. In addition, the use of Kelocote has been very beneficial for her. Kelocote is a product that is silicone based and helps to reduce keloidal scarring. Since it is in a tube and in an ointment gel format rather than a gel sheet, it is easy to apply to little fingers.
This special little 2 year old is very involved in her rehabilitation process, but her mother is a single Mom and needs help to provide the Kelocote for her child. If you are able to help at all, you can go to the link Kelocote:Shopping For Goodness and order the Kelocote directly.
There are two different sizes; you are welcome to send either size, according to your means.
If you send it to Rebbetzin Shear:
P.O. Box 1796, Main Central Post Office, Jerusalem, 91017
If you are unable to donate a tube of Kelocote, you can make a contribution either by sending a cheque to the above details or going to the donate button on the blogspot
It is difficult to predict how many tubes will be required. The healing process of scars is generally 6 months to 2 years. She has already used about 6 tubes of Kelocote and at present we estimate the need for a further 8 tubes. If you are concerned as to whether further tubes are still required, please email email@example.com
Thank you for your kindness and for bringing relief to the life of a little 2 year old.
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