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Skin Scars

Discussion in 'Cancer' started by Registration, Sep 25, 2013.

  1. Registration

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    Anyone have any suggestion to heal white skin scars caused by scrapes and such?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Mittir

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    Here are some quotes on pigmentation. It seems like treatments for pigmentation of hair and skin are same .
    Ingesting copper also helps with improving skin pigmentation. Beef liver and shellfish are high in copper.

     
  3. jyb

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    Why would DHEA instead of copper help, if the problem is related to copper deficiency?
     
  4. OP
    Registration

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    Thanks for replies thus far.

    Scar tissue is metabolically inactive. I wonder how to reactivate the scar tissue?
     
  5. 4peatssake

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    Red light perhaps?

    Stem cells, cell culture, and culture: Issues in regeneration

    I'm thinking topical application of Progest E could help too, dissolved in a little olive oil for easier application.
    I'd use coconut oil as well. I use it as a body lotion. Amazing stuff.
     
  6. mandance

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    Do you do the same for applying to gums also with progest e? I never thought to add it with that other stuff. I am awaiting some in the mail. And it will be my first time.
     
  7. 4peatssake

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    No, I use it straight on the gums. It's thick so it's a little easier to use a little olive oil when you apply it topically. It's just an option.

    Progesterone Summaries
     
  8. jyb

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    One of the recent RP articles is also about topical applications.
     
  9. 4peatssake

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    Are you referring to his article about Rosacea?

    Great connecting of dots, jyb, as he speaks specifically about progesterone's usefulness in thwarting fibrosis.

    Rosacea, inflammation, and aging: The inefficiency of stress
     
  10. OP
    Registration

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    You folks are great.

    Any specific (read: amazon link) bulb for red light?
     
  11. mandance

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    Its a great forum, no BS...good, smart caring people.
     
  12. 4peatssake

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    Best bulbs for red light are clear 250 watt incandescent bulbs .

    Amazon Link

    You'll also need a brooder lamp type fixture to use with the bulb. Some forum members have set up 2-3 of these. I have just one for now.

    Brooder Lamp

    The fixture at the link above has a "guard" which mine doesn't have but I bought it at a rural hardware store. You can probably source all this locally at a feed shop. This is a set up used for baby chicks. ;)

    Here is a massive 35-page thread on red light therapy.

    Red Light Therapy, Lights, Supplemental Lighting
     
  13. Jenn

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    Don't forget gelatin.
     
  14. OP
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    So just to summarize: Red light and Progest E? With the Gelatin (and other RP foods)?
     
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    In my understanding, virtually everything that's good for the body is likewise good for the skin.
     
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