About Facial Scars


#1

Would love some ideas on products (lights and creams that help) for facial scarring. Scars from acne, picking, accidents and the like. TY in advance.


#2

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one of my family member got stung by an insect or God knows what, a year later, and the scar is still there. Thankfully it doesn’t hurt them.


#3

Have you tried vitamin e oil or bio oil? There really good for this issue


#4

Retinoids would probably be the recommendation. If you can swing a dermatologist, they could recommend derma fillers and light therapy solutions.


#5

The only suggestion i can think of is Mederma. I also saw another product but it’s a bit pricey I’ll add the link below.
https://www.mederma.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIqbOe1eOO3QIVEZ7ACh3j5AKVEAAYASAAEgKI9_D_BwE

https://serenaembrace.com/se?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=SerenaEmbrace&utm_content=SerenasReturn&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIore4ouSO3QIVhSFpCh2TIQvWEAAYASAAEgLEEfD_BwE

I also found this article as well
https://www.aad.org/public/diseases/bumps-and-growths/scars


#6

I think this would be a great recommendation.


#7

It is a great recommendation @Stormidoll. Although I would feel compelled to get out my magic markers and draw a face and hair on that mask. :jack_o_lantern:


#8

You are wise and helpful. Thank you @John


#9

I have heard of bio oil @Rachel_C. Next time I go out I may pick some up. TY


#10

Thank you so much @vanessa6297. Great suggestions.


#11

Thank goodness @naffy786. There are some very good suggestions. :wink:


#12

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Laser therapy is a good option, a friend of mine had success with it a few years back.

I will look into trying Maderma, do you know if they offer any samples?

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#13

Feona, yes, I know right?


#14

Try massaging just three drops of Original Pure Vitamin C20 Serum on it at night. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that is commonly recommend to treat dark spots and sun damage, because of its ability to brighten the skin. It can also do the same to pigmentation around scars. I would also layer it on top of a scar product. Unlike traditional scar gels that improve not only pigment, redness, and texture of the scar itself, vitamin C targets primarily pigment. So you should put it on top of Mederma or Scarguard.


#15

I personally like my scars there a part of me and what I have been through though I get a lot of people like to fade them or cover them up.


#16

I understand where you are coming from @Rinareviews7. For that reason I won’t color my hair again. I love my gray hair.


#17

I’ve heard really positive reviews on the DermaE scar gel; I’m actually considering picking it up for myself.