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good cream to illuminate scars from a child's face?

(15 Posts)
happywithit Fri 22-Feb-13 01:27:17

my ds is 3 years has falling on the side of the table and had a cut on the top of his eyebrow i took him to the hospital and they glow it 10 days ago, now i am asking if anyone know any good cream that will get rid of the mark completely as i heat to see the mark on him.
please help good cream
thank you

NatashaBee Fri 22-Feb-13 01:30:23

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happywithit Fri 22-Feb-13 01:32:59

thank you a lot for the advice, really appreciated.

Monty27 Fri 22-Feb-13 02:36:40

Bio oil is supposed to be good for illiminating scars.

MrRected Fri 22-Feb-13 02:55:10

or even eliminating.

Best of luck OP

catlady1 Fri 22-Feb-13 02:56:50

If it's already scarred then you won't really be able to eliminate or reverse the scarring - it's permanent. If it was just a superficial scratch then he might get away with it but if it needed gluing then I should think it will scar. You can always try bio-oil though, to help the scar fade and be less noticeable, or ask your GP? And make sure your DS doesn't pick at the scab.

Marylou2 Fri 22-Feb-13 09:14:32

Heal gel. It was developed by Doctors for just this purpose. I haven't used it myself but have seen so many good things written about it that it might be worth a look. The very best to you and your little one!

DiscretionAdvised Fri 22-Feb-13 09:16:31

Kelocote silicon gel.

Scars make us who we are. I wouldn't worry about it

EarlyInTheMorning Fri 22-Feb-13 09:29:00

The purest Aloe Vera gel you can find and time.

JumpHerWho Fri 22-Feb-13 11:21:11

Kelo-cote gel. It has worked wonders on my c-section scar.

lurkingaround Fri 22-Feb-13 11:30:13

Your LO is very young and healthy children have great healing power. I wouldn't wory too much. I don't know the severity of the cut, it's likely it will heal incredibly well, with or without help. Make sure he eats well, helps everything.

Hope he's better soon!

spiderlight Fri 22-Feb-13 14:28:12

When my son cut his forehead we used Savlon healing gel until it had completely healed and then Bio Oil, and kept his fringe long to make sure they didn't catch the sun, which we were told would darken them. The scars were pink for several months and I didn't think the Bio Oil was working, but they did fade to almost invisible silvery lines after about nine months and now you'd never know they were there unless you were looking for them. He's quite proud of them though and still tells the story over two years later! (And it's not even a particularly good story - 'I was running in crocs and I fell over' hmm)

motherofvikings Fri 22-Feb-13 15:46:58

Dd had an awful case of infected CPox over the summer (almost hospitalised bad). She had a couple of big craters on her forehead.
That was in July.
6 months on and they've smoothed out loads. smile

I think young skin is very good at repairing itself so just make sure he doesn't scratch the scabs!
<looks sternly at ds who has inherited my picking powers>

charleybarley Fri 22-Feb-13 16:28:17

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happywithit Sat 23-Feb-13 00:06:42

thank you all, very helpful.
Marylou2 thank you.

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