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February 23, 2018

Sounds interesting, I have not heard of it until now. Have you tried it yet? What sort of scars are you try to get rid of? Red, brown, white, indented?
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February 25, 2018

I've been using it for the past 10 days. It's helped with the raised white scars that aren't involved in active issues. While it says to not use over open sores, I have used it over healing sores, in the hopes to minimise those /&^%*#@ things that build up as healing but never go away. It's an easy product to use....apply, rub into area, wipe off excess, not sticky.
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February 26, 2018

Yeah, the white marks are an accumulation of scar collagen. You are only concerned in leveling them out? I think they might flatten over time, but in order to be fully gone they must be excised. Or in my case I was previously been able to peel those things off after doing some extreme acid peels to the point where the scar tissue became soft and pliable. Upon any damage it would detach from surrounding healthy skin and peel off in a few days. That way it was fully gone. I only did that on my face, but recently have not been able to recreate that process. I have not been brave enough to do the deeper peels. It is only after the deep peels that the scar collagen is able to soften properly. I have read that even lasers have a hard time getting rid of the white scars.
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February 26, 2018

The scars to level out in time, but the success I've experienced on my temple area has been a surprise. I think the peels are a good idea, but I've never used them. Maybe in the future...I'm so hoping that the regimen I'm using now will help eliminate any issues and milia will be minimal.
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February 26, 2018

TCA peels are very effective at getting rid of milia. It burns those things off. I even get some chicken skin dots under the eye area and the peels eliminate that as well. Consistent touch ups are necessary in case they come back over some time.
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February 26, 2018

I have been using a product called Nexcare skin crack care and it has been surprisingly beneficial at helping skin heal. I apply it on small picked areas and it helps with the redness and overall healing. It has tee tree oil and other beneficial moisturizing and soothing ingredients. I didn't think it would work as much as it has actually. Before I would use New Skin liquid skin and it would dry the wounds out a bit more as well as sting intensely upon application. This product doesn't seem to do that. Although the New Skin liquid skin fares better under makeup and doesn't peel off as easily.
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February 27, 2018

Thanks....I'll look into it :-)
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February 27, 2018

Thanks....I'll look into it :-)