What would be the best medicine to cure scars?
June 12, 2012 2:06am CST
I have a friend who’s always feel depressed because of scars in her legs. She often wears long pants even at home because she’s shy to show it to everybody else. She even tries to apply something on it to cure but it doesn’t work all. Sometimes, she cried because she doesn’t even wear shorts and miniskirts like others do. I can really feel what she felt. It sometime fall to her mind that, no one courting her just because of it. There’s a question arise: is it really a big deal to a guy having girlfriend with a nice legs? What’s the best medicine to cure a scar?
24 Jul 12
Maderma is a cream to treat scars(light ones only). I have heard that it is effective but it takes too long time. However, if the scars are too pronounced, it would be a good idea to consult a dermatologist or a cosmetic surgeon. Having a girlfriend with ugly legs is not an issue worth thinking if the girl under consideration loves you and you too love her.:)
12 Jun 12
Don't know much about scars, but I have seen friends using a few products that might help with scars. I can only remember two of them, and their names are Bio Oil and Dermatix. I can't comment much more because I have not heard reviews from anyone that has used them, but if your friend is desperate and if these products are available where you live, then it's definitely worth a try anyway. On the other hand, as a guy, and speaking for myself, I don't think it's a really big deal for me to have a girlfriend with nice legs. It's sort of like expecting my girlfriend to be a beauty queen, when I myself have my own bodily flaws as well. I think people in this world should be more accepting and not expect only things that are perfect.
12 Jun 12
How does the scars looks like and how much the damaged is. Does her legs is covered with scars or it's just a portion of it? There are scars that are not visible because the color is the same with the skin color, while there are scars that are darker than the skin and gives an ugly vision. There are also scars that looks like embossed or keloids. If she uses and consulted a dermatologist and still there is no improvement- then, all she had to do is to see a surgeon.