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What To Do About Red Scar After Removing Moles

By Mary Anderson

Hey [your name], You Still Have A Red Scar After Mole Removal?

Yes, the negative sentence you hear from family or friends after you have eliminated that mole from your skin. You are not alone and there is talk about ways to treat this as well.

Please be reminded that though you may get a little advice about how to deal with your red scar after mole removal you have to always confirm this. Confirm this by going through the points you learned with a dermatologist.

Myth 1: There Is Nothing To Worry About That Red Scar

Although the natural healing process of that red scar may be extremely predictable normally you should take very good care. You have this because your skin is sensitive and prone to keloid formation.

For instance, a normal timeframe of the healing from this red scar phenomenon is 4-12 months it usually is not normal if you expose it like your other parts of your skin. You have to keep it protected from the sun for a good three months.

Myth 2: Use Vinegar Or Baking Soda To Heal It

This is a very usual suggestion provided on the internet and I have done some readings as well. You have to remember that this is totally unprofessional advice. Anytime it involves your body you better cautious.

You cannot use some household items with a non proven method and instruction to use it to treat any red scar after mole removal in anyway. Vitamin E cream is definitely a nice advice but still talk to a pharmacist first.

Follow Professional Proven Advice

Of these two myths probably one of the more common ones is the advice that you see in discussion forums are user generated and not professionally approved. You have to have some common sense about the facts before you take care of that red scare after removing your moles.

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Anderson, Mary "What To Do About Red Scar After Removing Moles." What To Do About Red Scar After Removing Moles. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 9 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/what-to-do-about-red-scar-after-removing-moles/>.

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