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keep using cocao buttter (like glob it onn five times a day) for a month , thats what i did and it helped TONZ!!!
 
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either one works. I personaly use butter...
np!!
 
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either one works. I personaly use butter... you can get it at a cvs or rite aid... or someanywhere really where else
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thanks!
 
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That's so funny tryintobehelpful that your asking about how to get rid of scars. I have scars all over my hand and I'm terrified to get rid of them. Whenever they fade I get an urge to cut again... It's like my story it tells how much I've been through and it shows my struggles and my weaknesses but also my strengths.... Dunno if I'm making any sense.... But that's how I feel. I kinda like my scars although it gets in the way of a lot of things....


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That's an interesting take on it and a new way to look at things All my scars are in covered places, but I still want to get rid of them... although they do tell the story of alll the pain I went through and how far I've come. I'll keep that in mind, thanks!
 
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hi, what do you mean by butter? where is it in rite aid? (i'm too embarrassed to ask...) is it like butter butter? and what is mederma? thanks...
 
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Mederma is a scar removing cream, and cocoa butter can be found in most pharmacies or stores that sell cosmetics. You don't need to be embarrassed to ask for it...people also use cocoa butter as a moisturizer or to remove stretch marks after they have a baby...

Good luck!
 
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thanks!
 
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i hope this isn't insensitive to anyone here,
i was just wondering if reopening scabs(i.e. from mosquito bites) again and again would
be considered self-injury?


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I believe it is. In seminary I used to itch myself till I got scars and then never let them heal, and then about three years later the "real" cutting started. So I do believe that reopening/not letting scars heal is a form of self injury....


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toy123, I can totally relate to you about wanting to keep the scars. My only issue is that I'm terrified of being discovered.

does anyone here struggle with not even having what it takes to care enough to stop doing this? sometimes I just wonder, why bother?
 
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