Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Vitamin E Scar Serum

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Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Vitamin E Scar Serum combines five powerful ingredients to help reduce the appearance of scars and marks resulting from surgery, injury, burns, stretch-marks, C-sections, cuts, scrapes and insect bites.

A unique blend of Pure Cocoa Butter which softens and moisturises rough, scarred skin together with Vitamin E which is a powerful antioxidant known for its ability to strengthen skin cell functions makes up the basis of the serum. Shark Liver Oil and Silicone are added to deeply penetrate the skin – softening and smoothing the appearance of scars, while Allium Cepa helps smooth the appearance of the scar matrix. A concentrated serum that penetrates quickly while forming a moisture-proof barrier.

When I had chickenpox last year, a friend recommended Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Vitamin E Scar Serum to get rid of those marks. Though it was a somewhat minimal outbreak (thank God), those pox marks on the face were getting a little irritating. There weren't that many, less than 10 actually, but the marks caused a girl on the MRT to give me a "dirty" look and "run away" from me. It wasn't like I was contagious or anything, it was just fading (but obvious) marks... -_-"

Anyways, the marks were actually fading, albeit a bit slow and I wanted to speed up the process. So I went to search for thePalmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Vitamin E Scar Serum. I managed to find it at Guardian, I think Watson's has it as well. It was not cheap, it cost about S$50-60 (can't really remember the price). 

After purchasing it, I dutifully applied it to affected area 3-4 times daily and massaged it into the marks. The final verdict? It works (for me at least)! Slowly (but definitely faster than without it), the marks started to fade away within a few months. The only downside to this serum is the fishy smell, it is really strong (it has onion and shark liver amongst its ingredients), and its gooey thick sticky-like texture. According to my friend who recommended this, it works on all her scars accept her old acne scars. I guess there is a limit to everything in this world, but this serum is a great product to get rid of scars (especially my chickenpox marks!).
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