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I have been looking recently come across the 'green peel', which is meant to help red scars and shallow scars. I think it is a medium strengh peel, as you recover after 5 days. May require a series to see more dramatic improvements for deep scars.

It looks better than the blue obagi peel.

Any experiences with the green peel or input would be appreciated. I may have this to try and improve the reddness of the scars remaining from my acne and very shallow scars.

thanks

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I have been looking recently come across the 'green peel', which is meant to help red scars and shallow scars. I think it is a medium strengh peel, as you recover after 5 days. May require a series to see more dramatic improvements for deep scars.

It looks better than the blue obagi peel.

Any experiences with the green peel or input would be appreciated. I may have this to try and improve the reddness of the scars remaining from my acne and very shallow scars.

thanks

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the german green peel is a herbal peel. Is this the peel you had, as i have not heard anything about rubbing shells before. Did the peel help with red scars at all or shallow indentations?

do you know if the results are better than the obagi blue peel?

thanks for the input

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the german green peel is a herbal peel. Is this the peel you had, as i have not heard anything about rubbing shells before. Did the peel help with red scars at all or shallow indentations?

do you know if the results are better than the obagi blue peel?

thanks for the input

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have a look at www.lindabriggs.co.uk/green-peel.htm, the results look good.

I am still unsure whether to go for this green peel or obagi blue peel. I think these are the 2 main peels in the uk at the moment.

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