(Closed) scar cover up

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
21 posts
  • Wedding: March 2010

This is actually a question I’ve been pondering too. I have a couple scars from surgical procedures that I want to cover. Several years ago I purchased a scar cover up from Philosophy, I believe (they matched my skin color and it’s a non-rub off formula) that worked fantastic. Not sure who’s making a good one these days but I’ll be looking into it.

Post # 4
15 posts
  • Wedding: June 2018

I just had some minor surgery on my face and because of it I was left with a small (but noticeable) scar.  My mom suggested Dermablend Cover Creme.  I’m going to purchase some tomorrow night and will post a full review for those interested.  Below is the link . . . they have a wide array of products.


Post # 5
555 posts
Busy bee

In a similar situation- I actually got long sleeves for this reason but I did find a great product that helps. I live in Europe so they just give it to me at the drug store, but I looked it up and it can be given my doctors in the US- its called Dermatix Ultra. I don’t know how much time you have and its not a quick fix, but it has made my scars improve SO much compared to the mederma stuff and what not. My other plan was a really nice bracelet, but maybe check this out anyway for the future.

Post # 6
5823 posts
Bee Keeper

Would you consider wearing elbow length gloves?  That would be an easy rub-free solution…

Post # 7
1209 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Please let us know if anyone finds something that will work. I have a scar on my shoulder blade that will show with my dress on.

Post # 8
2030 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

If they are just in one small area, maybe consider a wide cuff bracelet? Otherwise don’t worry about it. Nobody should be judging your body anyway.

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