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    **shazi** Female

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    Aug 2008

    Default Best Solution for scars

    The best natural way to treat scars is to apply Vitamin E directly on the scar itself. This will help in producing more collagen (protein) and when new collagen is produced, new cell growth is accelerated to fade away your scars. Taking Vitamin E orally does not help so much because very little of the goodness is distributed to the skin and face. Go for serum or creams which shows very high concentration of natural Vitamin E as the ingredient. Make sure they are no chemical substitute which may cause unwanted side effects.

    One such product you may try is Natur E scar serum (which i found to be a wonderful product that works). It is a natural product containing 28000 iu of Vitamin E, hence safe of side effects - yet it works.

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    **** Female

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    Jun 2010

    Default Best Solution for scars

    A scar is the pinkish or brown patch of skin that grows in the place where you once had a wound or sore. They are areas of fibrous tissue that replace normal skin tissue after destruction of some of the dermis. A scar is thus the skin's natural way of repairing itself from injury. Most people have scars.

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    scars occur because of rubbing by a person at the place of itching....
    this can be removed by applying ointments at regular intervals....
    if not we can app;y coconut oil to the scars, but it takes long time to recover...
    scar is like development of new skin over the wound...
    so taking in vitamin E rich foods is good for health and skin.

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    Well the best thing that can be done is that you can apply some onion paste and petroleum jelly regularly on the scar. This will help lighten the tone and eventually the skin tones will start matching.

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    **Brenda** Female

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    Aug 2008


    minervagraham is right. that is basically what is in mederma scar cream. who would have thought onions could help scars heal?

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    Hello guys!

    scarring is almost as embarrassing as actual pimples. Acne scarring is more likely to occur if you pick at your acne, irritating it and tearing the skin. Acne scars usually last for 4-12 months and then fade away as the old skin cells are sloshed off and new skin forms. This is not always the case however. Sometimes acne scars leave the skin indented or leave behind embarrassing red marks that won't fade. If this is the case, then you should consider seeking out acne scar solutions.

    There are various solutions out there for reducing or eliminating the appearance of acne scarring. One such treatment is a chemical peel. This acne scar solution works best with minor acne scarring as it peels away the outer layer of skin by using a combination of chemicals. While traditionally a dermatologist has performed this treatment, there are now at home chemical peel kits that you can do yourself. The at home versions are not quite as effective so for every one chemical peel with a dermatologist, plan on needing three at home treatments for comparable results.

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