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    I am wondering what is the best for helping skin heal? A bit more of the scar tissue from my childhood circumcision incision opened up. There is very little scar tissue remaining. I was wondering what will make the skin the healthiest as it heals.
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      Originally posted by Going Hooded View Post
      I am wondering what is the best for helping skin heal? A bit more of the scar tissue from my childhood circumcision incision opened up. There is very little scar tissue remaining. I was wondering what will make the skin the healthiest as it heals.
      You will get all kinds of BS "advice" here, it's the internet. The truth is, your skin will heal itself. Think about it, do you, does anyone (short of a person with a known disease state), need "outside" help with the healing process? Some guys want to sell you something, as you can see. The cosmetic industry in general ONLY wants to sell you something.

      I don't know how old you are, but think about this: did you develop skin as an embryo, and as a neonate, and as an infant, and as a child, and as an adult, needing some on-the-surface goop that you slathered on, under the threat of friability, necrosis, and dying from exposure? Your skin is an organ. It's not separate from "you", it is you. This organ "knows" how to establish and maintain itself, without conscious "help". The proof of that is....you have skin. You don't need to go down to a store and buy your skin. So, you don't need to buy something to "support" it.

      So what should you do?.........leave it alone. See if it heals itself. Do I sound radical when I say this? I suppose in the onslaught of all the advertising bullshit we're subject to, I do. But if you leave it alone, and let it heal itself, while maintaining good hygiene, and keeping your eyes open to what is causing any symptoms (like tension), then you are doing all you can do. Everything else is bullshit, or ... a disease state, and a disease state is a different situation. For that you need professional eyes on the situation, ie a physician.

      And if you notice, nobody's asked you if you have a known disease. You'd think the sellers would ask, wouldn't you? They don't know enough to ask, and most of them don't care enough to ask about what you already know about your situation, and what you see. They don't information gather, then only want to bang their own drum, and there's no caring in that.

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      Last edited by Reality; 03-11-2018, 09:30 PM.

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      • #4
        If the injury is deep enough to bleed, put some triple antibiotic on it. Injuries heal much faster and hurt less if you can keep bacteria out of them.

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        • #5
          How exactly are you opening up these scars again? Are you using a lot of force?

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