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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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I had a deep scar on my nose, is it safe to use Contractubex? How long will it take?

How long will it take to flatten my scar? And is it true that it can flatten the scar?


Contractubex is very safe. The gel will significantly reduce the scar's visibility. Apply it two to three times daily; rub it deep into the scar. The recommended treatment length is 3-6 months, depending on how quickly the scar disappears. Remember that scars never completely go away, so once you're satisfied with the visibility of your scar, you can stop using Contractubex.

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I have three big chickenpox scars in my face and that makes me less confident.. I have this since I was 6 years old, I don't know what to do to get rid of these scars, I'm losing hope.. Help me?

How to get rid of my three big hole in the face caused by chickenpox scars?


If they bother you this much then you should look into laser therapy. There are several remedies for dealing with chickenpox scars in the article below. Vitamin E may help reduce the visibility of the scar and you may be able to fade the scar using lemon juice as well.

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Good day.. does contractubex heal deep scar on face?

My face has deep scar due to chickenpox


After about 3 months of daily use, the scar should fade away if you use contractubex. This does not mean that the scar will disappear completely. You can seek a dermatologist's opinion of the best way to fill in a deep scar if there is still an indentation after 3 months.

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Can I use contractubex for chickenpox scars on my face and body. Already I'm dark in color?

Please guide me clearly, thank you

The color of your skin does not matter when using contractubex. A scar is a scar and how the scar would fade on a pale white person is the same way it will fade on you.

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Does the contractubex fades away the old atrophic scars?

I got the atrophic scars when I have chickenpox. I am becoming more conscious because of it.

It can help to fade them but they will not disappear completely. Sometimes older scars require medical attention for removal.

I have this round white chickenpox scars on my legs and I'm really sick of it. I got this chickenpox scar for about 15 years. Can I still use contractubex right now?

I really need some medicine for these scars because someone has told me that my scar makes me look ugly.

You can use contractubex on your leg. Depending on the location of the scar you may want to keep it covered while you have the contractubex on so that you do not rub off the gel.

Can I remove my chickenpox scars within 2 weeks of treatment?

I just feel so embraced of all the scars that are left in my body. Its really disturbing to see

2 weeks is not possible unless you use a chemical peel or laser treatment to reduce the scar visibility. It takes almost 5 months for a scar to fade.

I have stretch marks due to pregnancy and my son is currently suffering from chickenpox. Will contractubex really help in removing both scars?

Stretch mark and chickenpox scars removal. I have tried: None yet. I think it was caused by: Pregnancy and chickenpox

Yes, it can help remove both scars. You should apply Vitamin E and Cocoa Butter for now to your scars as well as your son's chickenpox. Consider contractubex if the scars do not fade enough for your liking.

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I have a chickenpox scar on my head that is like a small hole, is there any way I can make it go away?

There is a chickenpox scar on my head like a hole, I want to get rid of it. I'm hoping you know how

There are many ways mentioned in the VisiHow article below. Keep up with the applications and over a period of 6 months you should start to notice a difference. If there is still a deep indentation you can see a dermatologist who can move some fat from one part of your body to fill in the hole on your face.

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