thank you for the info!I suggest doing a test spot for the honey mask to make sure it doesn't break you out. I personally can tolerate honey on my face for hours, so I usually take off my makeup in the afternoon and leave on the honey mask for a few hours, but if it's your first time it's better to do it for only a short time until you are sure. And use pure honey...I usually use the honey that comes as a side with greek yogurts. For some reason, it's worked better for me than any other type of honey.
Thank you sooooo much for the tips. What kind of B5 and hyaluronic serum do you use? I will try the honey mask tomorrow night. Thanks.
The serum I use is by skiceuticals and it's ridiculously expensive. I tried ordering it online once because it was cheaper, but unless you order it from the skinceuticals side or buy it from a spa, there's no guarantee what you're getting on other sites like amazon. I'm sure there are cheaper hyauluronic serums though. Maybe you can ask on the scar forum. Hyauluronic is not a cure for scars, it's a temporary plumping treatment basically to make the scar look less deep. I use this particular brand because it only has 3 ingredients, and I think the B5 works well on red marks. If you want something quick and more affordable, I recommend using a tiny amount of aloe vera or a primer to fill in the scar, then wait for it to dry and use liquid foundation on top to completely cover up the indent.
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