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speedy
Monday, April 28, 2008, 3:36pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Does anyone know of anything to prevent scars? I have just had a rodent ulcer removed from the bridge of my nose and have had four stitches - I woke up the next morning with horrendous bruising and two black eyes also which is now slowly going - the stitches are due to be removed in three days and I am anxious to minimise the scar. All suggestions appreciated.
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Tuesday, April 29, 2008, 3:34am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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When my oldest son was 14 months old he burned himself pretty severely.  A massage therapist friend of mine came over and massaged his leg with some stuff called Scargo.  It worked beautifully!  She highly recommended it for anything that would leave a scar.  Make sure to take the time to really massage it in.
I found a link where you can purchase it:
http://www.evitamins.com/product.asp?pid=2454

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After it heals or almost heals, put vitamin E on it. That has worked for me with small injuries. A little goes a long way. After you smear some on, you may want to take the rest of the pill internally.
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There's also an oil called Deep 91, that you put on once the wound has completely closed.  I put it on an old old scar and it even helped it.


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Thanks to all - it will probably be the vitamin E Mrs T cos the other two are only sold in the States and I live in England - our country is so way behind in so many things!!
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I used Emu oil on my scar.


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