Tuesday, November 22, 2011

How Do You Treat Scars?

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I recently shared with you guys HERE that my son split open his head .

It was quite the gash and required 5 stitches.

Now the stitches are out and he's healing.

I'm pretty sure it's going to leave a scar, which is okay, but I'd like to minimize it if I can.

Which is why I was excited to hear about New-Skin Products, particularly their Scar Fade™ Gel.

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I'm sure this is the first of many injuries to come, especially since I have two active little boys, so I think the Liquid Bandage would come in handy a lot as well.


My family also enjoys camping, so I'm intrigued by the Poison Ivy Treatment. It wouldn't hurt to have it on hand, right?


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Also, if you've used the Scar Fade™ Gel before, I'd love to hear how it worked for you!

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  1. But don't you know how proud he'll be of it when he's older? hehe Just kidding. :) I think it could be fun thinking up some imaginative ways he could have obtained that scar! Thinking battles with pirates, facing a dragon... lol

    Now I have a couple surgery scars I'd like to try this on...

  2. When I had my shoulder surgery I had small incision marks, and the surgeon afterwards told me to get vitamin e capsules and break them open and rub them on my incision each day to help me prevent scarring. Those scar areas are barely noticible at all compared to the same surgery I had previously had on the other arm where I wish a different surgeon had told me that.

  3. A bottle of vitamin E oil, the thick stuff. Good luck.

  4. Thanks for the tip!! I will try the scar gel!!
    Happy Thanksgiving

  5. The best thing is to avoid sun there.And since he's so young it will probably disappear or be hidden near his hair,because it can go up his forehead with his grouth.


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