burn on face


    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I want the patch to become the same colour as my skin, not darker... What do you think about palmers cocoa butter? I heard it's good.
    Okay, in that case, firstly, especially now that it's getting hotter, I would suggest that you use a moisturising cream with sunscreen in it (just as a general tip, you should be doing this anyway, regardless of the weather) but leave out the white spot.

    About palmer's cocoa butter, as somebody who used to use that a lot, I cannot say that I noticed a difference on the blemishes on my body, but it may affect your body differently, mind you, mine were dark spots, so I can't be sure that it won't work on you.

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thank you so much for answering guys! =)

    You're welcome =]

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm so happy, I just looked in the mirror this morning and the other 'white scars' are turning the same colour as my skin, and it's barely noticeable unless I look really really closely. Thank you for the recommendation and please pray that the large scar doesn't turn white.
    Is this because you used the palmers cream thing?
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