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rosex0x asked:

28 Jan 2011

What is the fastest way of getting rid of scars?

i have these scars all over my arms back and chest and i cant wear anything too revealing in the summer not even short sleeved shirts. I really need help!!! i have about 3 - 4 months to get rid of them before the summer starts. I don.t know if they are acne scars or eczema. but like an idiot I have picked at them and now i'm stuck so please help.



isy says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2011

Try bio-oil:-)
Use it twice a day and it should improve a lot!! If not see a dermatologist


jod_mets says:

Posted on 29 Jan 2011

It sounds exactly like my sister. She has them all over her legs from mosquito bites or something and they are now red scars that she's had for ages. Poor girl.

Go see your doctor they always have the answers. I'm not really sure of what to tell you. Bio Oil apparently is pretty decent I looked this up for you, I'm not 100% sure about it though:

Prevent scars from forming in the first place. Keep all wounds clean so that they do not get infected. Rub a first-aid antibiotic cream or ointment on them. Rub on an over-the-counter antibiotic cream or ointment designed to help reduce scars. Do not pick at scabs when you have a wound that is healing, or you'll create a worse scar once the wound finally heals.
Buy some vitamin E capsules. Break open a capsule and rub vitamin E on existing scars daily. Rubbing on vitamin E helps to smooth and straighten out collagen, which is a structural protein found in scar tissue. The vitamin E within the capsule helps to keep the skin soft and moisturized.
Use cocoa butter on new and older scars. Regular use of cocoa butter will help your scars fade and become lighter over time. They may not vanish completely, depending on how long you've had them or how bad they are, but the cocoa butter will help.
Buy patches and creams that are aimed at reducing the appearance of older scars. You can find these creams in most drug stores. The time you will have to wear the patches over the scars will vary, depending on how noticeable the scar is to begin with. The creams usually have to be used for a few months or more. Some of the scar creams and patches have a money-back guarantee if you're not satisfied with the results after a certain amount of time.
See a doctor about surgically removing more severe scarring, such as keloid scars. Many surgical scars are permanent, but the appearance can be treated so they become lighter and smoother over time. If you have stitches, do not pick at them or try to remove them on your own. This can re-injure the area and you'll end up making the scar worse.



sparklinangel says:

Posted on 29 Jan 2011

I heard shea butter gets rid of scars but iono if it'll get rid of it quickly but it will slowly fade away eventually. I have blemishes on my faces and i'm struggling with that. It's kind of embarrasing:(


ellasabelle says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2011

bio oil :) really works , i have tried it myself :)
or shea butter creams :)

from what youve said ; ive gone through the same and my case it was eczema on my arms ( just at the top ) it does take a while to get rid of .

But check with your doctor first:)


renderella says:

Posted on 19 Jan 2012

If they are red and flaky then it is probably eczema. My niece has it and she is poor baby!....but anyway I started using a non-scented, non-...really anything based lotion for her and that seemed to help.
If you picked at whatever you have I think a dermatologist would be your best route.


rosex0x says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2011

you know i've heard of that....
i'll give it a try.
Thanks for the reply =)

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