» » One thing that I can think of is effects of honey on the scarred skin
» » reverses scarring, I succesfully usd it to almost completely get rid of
» » quite large scar I had on my cheek, it would probably vanish completely
» » I kept applying it, but after I became virtually invisible, I kinda
» » not be bothered anymore with the honey mess).
» I also found fibrous tract info very interesting. Actually, the other day
» when I was searching for garlic based hair loss remedies, I came across
» this link:
» It has both garlic & honey in it. Along with aloe gel (anti-inflammatory),
» chamomile (anti-fungal) and egg yolks. The woman who wrote claims that she
» tried everything and nothing worked for her, then she tried this and within
» 1-2 months she grew her hair back. I was planning on trying garlic juice
» (EnterTheDragon on another forum is having success with it). Now knowing
» more about fibrous tract and honey, I’ll mix some honey in it as well and
» see what happens.
» Btw, how bad was your scar? did you apply honey during wounding
» healing/scar formation or a while after the scar had been formed? can you
» also tell me the exact procedure & duration for which you applied honey
» (once a day, once a week etc). I also have a scar that I need to take care
my scar has been very deep and scattered, around 3.5 cm long, but jiggy a lot and sunken in. I first had an excision repair job done, this was not satisfying at all, my father commented on it as wasted money, because the scar ended up literarly the same as it was, even though after the excision repair I had been applying loads of pretty expensive crap the doc’s recommended. another 3 years later (EDIT: doh actually when thinking about it, its almost 6 years, the time goes away quicker I think) with literarly the same sunken ugly jiggy scar on my cheek, I read some home remedy forum and they mentioned honey for scars. I tried that. After 2 weeks I could tell its working because the hard surrounding tissue around the sunken part, started to be significantly softer. After around 2 months the scar was almost gone. It is still there and it is visible, but only if you look for it, and as I said, I still think that I could apply more honey to it and it would still be improving. I’m just too lazy to do it because its literarly unnoticeable now anyway. All I did was applying honey, and when I noticed that the tissue gets softer, I was pressing onto it to help it break down. BTW the scar was not only sunken but also whitish and now it’s normal looking, the same colour my skin tone is.