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tiddlyelephant asked:

17 Jan 2010

how to reduce the appearance of scars?

hi guys,

i have a few scars on my arms and knees, as i play a lot of sport and i'm very clumsy!

do any of you know of any home treatments or cheap products that i could use to reduce the appearance of, or get rid of the scars?

i really don't like them and i'm willing to try most things.

thanks in advance (:

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ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 17 Jan 2010

I am clumsy too! Once I ran my thigh over with an iron while I was ironing my shirt... I have also burned myself while baking.. and I fall..

So what I have done is used the cheap cocoa butter lotion stuff.. I have seen other people suggest Bio Oil. (I have not used it yet...but I might try after my next accident) . my scars turn like a dark redish/purpleish color so it is pretty ugly. It will just take time for the color and scarring to fade. The burn on my arm from the oven took about 6 years to finally fade out to where you can barely barely see it. So be patient. I have had a friend use Vitamin E oil on her scars from soccer. So it is really up to you what you decided to try.

runningwithscissors

runningwithscissors says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

I have nooo clue.. But when you find out can you tell me?

Accident with a high tree....

runningwithscissors

runningwithscissors says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

I have nooo clue.. But when you find out can you tell me?

Accident with a high tree....

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

if they are dark scars you can try Ambi skin lightening cream for normal skin they sell it at walmart it worked great for me on some dark spots i had in just a few days



and their are some scar/stretchmark reducing creams you can get from walmart and try too

fulltimepinklady

fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

maderma does not work dont waste your money. try bio oil or cocoa butter. or you can put straight up vitamin E oil on it which is teh main ingredient in scar reducing products

gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

bio oil, coca butter.

or you could try false tanning if they are really visable.

well mosturised skin is also really important.. :) xxx

tiddlyelephant

tiddlyelephant says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

thanks, though no walmart in the uk :P

tiddlyelephant

tiddlyelephant says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

sure (:

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