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Old 04-28-2010, 02:09 AM   #1
 
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Default Pics of me and my nose scar

The actual nose scar is 11 months old its very very very slow at recovering.. ive used the following: helichrysum oil, jojoba oil, tamanu oil, vit a & e, almond oil, emu oil, germanica (blue stuff), sage, and silicone scar gel. The helichrysum seems to have the greatest effect on it, but it is extremely expensive.

The old nose scar pic is 8 months old the new one was taken today


I was trying to remove a wart with a wart remover but it ate alot of my deep tissue..

I just need a better direction where or what I should be doing
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This nose scar is something that needs to be addressed by a dermatologist. I'm going to go out on a limb here too and say that the wart remover instructions likely said to not use it on the face.

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That is why the wart remover is eating away a lot of the deepseated tissue ... it is not suppised to be used in this manner! You need a specialist. A dermatologist is definitely a good start.

Relax with the oils and self medicating and get yourself to a dermatologist asap!

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I would not recommend attempting removal by yourself!

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