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    DivaTudeMom Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Apr 25, 2007, 09:03 AM
    Covering up old and new scars
    I have 2 scars on my left leg that are a light purple and light reddish color and would like to know what kind of make up or concealer would help to make them less apparent. {scars are about 18 years old} I also have some new scars that are from having skin tags removed 4 months ago. They are light red. What would help to cover them up? Any info. Would be greatly appreciated! :o
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    Apr 3, 2010, 06:29 PM

    You could get help from a dermatologist and also use Vitamin E on the scars.
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    Apr 5, 2010, 09:31 PM

    For temporary effect, you can apply some cosmetic lotion like - foundations / gel .
    You can hide scar by appropriate clothing.
    If you want to remove scars prmanentely you can use " SHEHNAZ HUSSAIN'S lotion , you can get it any where from India, or can search from Google.
    You can use some herbal treatements like - apply tomato crush on the scar regurlay , it will vanished but took long time to go.
    There are many home recipies are available but you need lot of patience & took long time to heel .
    Choice is yours..

    I would advice not to use any synthetic or chemical application. That would cause harmful effect on skin and further increase other problems.

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