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March 7 coverup and brows. MORE images on next page.
March 7 coverup and brows. MORE images on next page.


Just a little makeup. I took a picture before I finished applying everything.

Foundation, cover up, powder and brows here.

If you look, you can see the covered incision lines that remain outside the crease. Not sure if those are going anywhere. They will fade with time. *fingers crossed* right?!

Using Cortaid cortisone cream to tame the redness at night or morning. Not religiously though since I need to research this more.

Started using Mederma too. Alternating with Bio Oil.

I still need to talk to my doctor to see if this is OK. I was told by my nurse Mederma is OK after 4 weeks. I'm a few days away.
Bio Oil is supposed to help with scars/stretch marks. Not sure if it's doing anything. I've been using it for a week here and there.

Comments (4)

menina From: menina | 2011-11-20 18:11:23

I thought the lowers were harder to heal and the scar would be more visible. Is Maderma a better cream than Scar Esthetique Healing & Reduction Cream from Make Me Heal site. I'm asking for I'm having the surgery done on Dec 21 I'm really nervous sometimes I feel that I should only do the uppers but looking at your photos you are recovering amazingly well. I'm concerned for I'll be 2 days short of 5 weeks before I go back to work. It's hard to judge by you. You hardly bruised and recovered from it in no time. Any sugestions would be great.

pinupgirl1948 From: pinupgirl1948 | 2009-03-31 21:57:14

Your eyes look Beautiful!!~:)

goldennose From: goldennose | 2009-03-19 22:07:09

Wanted to add the lower incision is a non issue for me. I can barely tell where it is. Yay! The uppers are taking longer to heal. That is expected.

goldennose From: goldennose | 2009-03-07 21:27:48

More images on the next page~~~~>

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Location: Ont, Canada
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Age: 48
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