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    OK, a while back i remember somebody posting a recommendation for a type of oil to use on your face to deal with scaring/ blotchiness.. can anybody point me in the right direction ? I'm having a severe breakout, my skin has gone mental and i'm getting very blotchy/scared skin around my cheeks and it's really pissing me off.. i thought i left this crap behind when i was 16!!!!

    Help !!!!
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    Tea tree oil!

    You can buy it in the form of special spot sticks that you use straight away, or you can buy it normally and then I think you have to dilute it.
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    Does that help with scarring?
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    I have no idea, but it will get rid of your new ones so they don't leave scars
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    i hate spots!
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    Oh, Bio Oil which helps with scarring. Its £9.95 from Boots, but that will last for quite a while if you use it sparingly.
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    When i was younger i had very severe ezcema on my legs which has left some nasty scars? would bio-oil help does anyone think?
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    Palmer's Cocoa butter is more for scaring...you can get it in boots... it's 2.99 and even if it doesn't help it smells yummy!
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    Scars just take time to fade. I think thats all there is to it.
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    ta very much guys!
 
 
 
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