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Woodland Hills, CA
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November 23, 2010 3:51 PM
You may be able to make it less noticeable by applying a scar cream to the area. Sounds like the piercing was done with too thin of a piece of skin so now it looks darker with the
You may be able to make it less noticeable by applying a scar cream to the area. Sounds like the piercing was done with too thin of a piece of skin so now it looks darker with the holes?
You should be to use a scar cream to help lessen its appearance. Here are two versions that we really like at the office:
1)Kelo-cote Scar Healing & Reduction Gel
MMH ID: 10066: http://bit.ly/c7VUAx
This great "only" silicone version is good for sensitive skin types. It helps to lessen the size and color of the scar tissue.
2)Scar Esthetique Healing & Reduction Cream (w/Silicone, Arnica, Antioxidants, Copper Peptides, Co-Q10 MMH ID: 15690: http://bit.ly/ccINvo
This one is also great and has added ingredients like (arnica) to help with swelling, antioxidants and peptides (to promote good tissue repair).
You aren't really experiencing "swell" but it is still a very good scar reduction cream to consider.
A picture may help in explaining your situation; I do hope that I understood correctly.
If you have any questions or think you need something more specific, please feel free to give us a call and we can discuss it over the phone and figure out what will work for you.