Has Anyone Tried "Maderma"? Is It Worth Using

  • Joylene
  • Watertown Ct
  • 2 years ago

Has Anyone Tried "Maderma"? Is It Worth Using

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It works on new scars, have to apply it religiously though.
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Ive used CicaSolution with very good results.
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It's the same thing as Contractubex. The answer is NO! The AAD (American Academy of Dermatology) actually published an article about how Mederma really doesn't work at all. It's just some sort of onion extract, which can actually cause increased irritation. They found the same with Vitamin E, that it doesn't really hurt, but doesn't help at all. My Dr. said that the only topical treatment for scars that is actually medically proven to work is silicone gel. He sent me to Biodermis (biodermis.com), and they were VERY helpful. I used their silicone gel sheeting and Pro-Sil on my scars, and they healed up beautifully. Hope this helps anyone going through the same thing.
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If you want to treat your scars, despite going straight towards a topical ointment, try to maintain your eating habits and add essential vitamins and minerals necessary for healing them internally. Then, you can go for hypoallergenic scar therapy.
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Wouldn't be a good choice. It takes years to show even slight results.
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Mederma didn't work for me.
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I've just tried invicible scars and it effectively worked for me.
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I would recommend Melaquin PM for patients who have dark or discolored scars.
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Didnt work for me! I applied several tubes but my under eye operation left an ugly pigmented scar that refuses to go away.
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its called Mederma. its the #1 scar flattener out there right now. you can find it any drug store without perscription. it works but follow the directions.
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