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Hi, I'm gailn and I'm new to this site and indeed quite new to the web. I live in Australia and am in my early fifties. I've recently had eyelid surgery and wanted to know about scarguard. Has anyone used it and if so, does it work?
 

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I've never used it personally, but you should be careful about using creams on the eyelids. Most products are not suitable for the thin skin on the eyelids.
 

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Thanks for the welcome Fawnie. Unfortunately no one has replied about using Scarguard. I've started using it anyway. Hope it helps. Will report back in a few weeks. Bye
 

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For Jade.
Thanks for the advice. Scarguard isn't a cream. It's like a silicon skin that goes over the scar. Anyway, I'm giving it a try. Hope it does something. I like your quote!
 

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Thanks for the advice LaDonna. I'm overseas on holidays at the moment and I must admit to not being as regular as I need to be. I'm so glad someone has gained good results using it. I will stop slacking off as of now!
 

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Thanx johnnylove57, I used the Vit E for the first couple of weeks after the stitches were taken out and it was good but switched to Scarguard and so far so good.
 

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Hi all, thought I'd just let you know how I ended up after using the scarguard for three months or so. I have had a tendency to scar quite badly in the past (keiloid scarring), so was keen to see if this made a difference or not. I had eyelid surgery and was a bit nervous about the results. My eyes are looking great. I can still see the scars but nobody else can. My family say they can't see any scars at all.
 

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I'm unable to find the box the scarguard came in for the full list of ingredients but the bottle lists the 'active ingredients' as-Silicone 12%, Hydrocortisone 0.5%, Vitamin E, Flexible Collodion.
It is a clear liquid which you 'paint' on over the scar like a plastic skin.
 
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