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    Default scar treatments

    Hello all -

    I took a nasty spill recently that resulted in some stitches on my face. Does anyone have recommendations for successful scar treatments? Vitamin E oil (from capsules) was highly recommended by the doctors.

    Anyone use Mederma, ScarZone with results?

    Thanks!

    ks

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    Default Mederma

    Mederma works great - it's the #1 doctor- and pharmacist-recommended product for scars in the U.S. It reduces the appearance of old and new scars. No product can make scars disappear completely. Mederma helps scars appear softer, smoother and less noticeable. You should gently massage Mederma into the scar three times per day for eight weeks on new scars and three to six months on existing scars and stretch marks. It works best if used as directed and doesn't work overnight, gotta give it a little time. Hope this helps. Have a great weekend

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    Thanks, S1127. Can you provide any personal experience you've had with the product? Your response reads like an advertisement for Mederma.

    Thanks,

    ks

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