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Get Rid of Chicken Pox Scars

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What cream or ointment can I put for chickenpox scars?

My daughter had chickenpox three weeks ago.. I have tried: Bactroban

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Are Chickenpox pit scars removable even after a decade?

It's been a decade since I had chickenpox and it left many pitted scars on my face. My confidence is gone, so is there a cheaper method I can use to remove them without those skin operations. I have tried: I have tried many skin products to no avail and even went as far as using domestos,jik and other stuff and the situation is even worse. I think it was caused by: After having chickenpox I removed the layers so I was left pitted on my face

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Hi, does honey reduce old chickenpox scars? I have tried everything?

Hi, does honey reduce old chickenpox scars? I have tried everything. I have tried: Bio oil

Vitamin E creams. Skin Lightening creams. I think it was caused by: Had the scars for years caused by chickenpox

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