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chickenpox scar treatment

i'm 23 years old and have dark skin complexion. i got chickenpox 3 weeks ago.now, i have the scars all over my face & body.i read that darker skin tend to heal the scar longer than fair skin.can anyone help me to get rid of the scars?please..
  the_amirah on 2009-04-30
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I got rid of my chickenpox scars by applying some of the creams that the Dermatologist recommended. The quicker you act after chickenpox is over, the better your chances of getting rid of those scars. If you act late, your scars will solidify and it will be very difficult to get rid of them even by applying creams. So you should see a Dermatologist immediately. Side by side you
can take the homeopathic remedy, Thuja 6C. Dip two pellets of Thuja 6C in 120ML water, let the pellets dissolve, stir with a spoon and take 1 teaspoon at every 30 minutes for three times only.
Dubai2009 last decade
And you should not go out in Sun without applying a Sun Cream otherwise your chickenpox scars will deepen. You can buy Neutrogena Sun Cream with SPF 45
Dubai2009 last decade
Dermalmd's scar serum is best known for its nourishing and healing properties. Like every other dermalmd product its all natural, reasonably priced and super effective. This scar cream performs as well as any.it will completely eliminate scars or stretch marks, first it does lighten them.The scent is awesome not medicine smelling. You only need a small amount to do the job
hanasarm 5 years ago

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