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Dermablend works well for me, especially after I've had dermabrasion as my cheeks are red for up to 3 months. It gives the skin a blended look and helps cover shallow scars but at the same time it can make ice picks stand out more.

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Dermablend works well for me, especially after I've had dermabrasion as my cheeks are red for up to 3 months. It gives the skin a blended look and helps cover shallow scars but at the same time it can make ice picks stand out more.

Thanks so much for the reply. I am glad to here that something works for you.

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Yeah it definitely makes a difference. less rather than more is the secret.

Do you use it everyday? With what type of scarring does it help hide? I don't think I have all that many ice pick scars so that shouldn't be a problem.

Thanks again.

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shallow scars mainly, it just gives the cheeks a more 'uniform' look and colour.

Okay, great. What product do you use exactly?

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This is for all of the scars? Like your whole face or what? 2 years sounds good to me.

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full cheeks, a minute amount is all that is needed. It's dabbed onto the cheeks. As I said earlier, Less is better than more.

Do you use anything else or just this?

I imagine you use something else.

Thanks for the post.

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Only if I'm going to work, or out and about with friends or on a night out.

If I'm popping out to the shop then no.

So a good portion of your time I assume?

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Yes probably. I dab some on in the morning and that's it for the day. Only takes seconds.

Thank you.

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I feel so stupid. The primer I bought had a very liquid substance on top of the bottle, which I thought to be it, but today I squeezed it a bit more and... there comes the actual product. It is white and very thick. It really does what it is supposed to, although it is a bit difficult to apply (for the same reason). I tried it on my two scars and it fills them quite sufficiently. The best primer for pores, indented scars and wrinkles.

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I feel so stupid. The primer I bought had a very liquid substance on top of the bottle, which I thought to be it, but today I squeezed it a bit more and... there comes the actual product. It is white and very thick. It really does what it is supposed to, although it is a bit difficult to apply (for the same reason). I tried it on my two scars and it fills them quite sufficiently. The best primer for pores, indented scars and wrinkles.

Ha.

I am glad to hear that it is working for you.

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