I did the info writeup in the previous post about this, so I wouldn't repeat it. =) Today, I am just here to show you the before and after pictures. I myself didn't think it would be so amazing until I put the two together.
Before (Left) and After (Right).
1) There is obvious whitening of the aggravated mosquito bite into skin colour, even lighter than my natural skin colour.
2) There is also obvious flattening to virtually flat.
3) The amazing thing is that this gel only claims to heal scars up to two years old. But I swear, this overly-scratched mosquito bite of mine is 5 years old or more, and my mum has been nagging at me to stop disturbing it and let it heal.
But we all know that wounds do not heal perfectly. Even if I don't disturb it, it will still "not heal". In fact, in the before photo, that state already doesn't has blood and is biologically healed, but not visibly healed. So as human beings (and me a beauty blogger), it's considered not healed.
4) The best part is that I got to the After stage in about 3 months, but was really just too lazy to post. I haven't been applying Hiruscar on this scar for months already.
Along my journey, my brother got burnt by the exhaust of a motorbike, and he asked me for a solution. I immediately said Hiruscar, and since I deplete my tube so fast and I carry mine in my handbag, I advised him to get one for himself.
haha, I successfully "sold" my first Hiruscar since my mum did buy a new tube for him.
At more than $20 for a gel cream that depletes so fast if you really use it 4 times a day, I would still say this is worth it.
How long have we girls been searching for that miracle scar-healing thing, be it oil or cream or what... I even shelled out the $46 for Palmer's Vitamin E + Shark's oil scar serum, and it didn't work.
The only con I have is that as you can see from the After photo, it promotes hair growth. So I'd warn against using this on your face. I use this gel on my other scars, including the scrapped knee one in my previous post, and yes, it induced tiny hairs to grow on my knee.
For the legs, I have my epilator, but face... ... I think you will find it quite a disaster even though nowadays, people can pay for threading services or gel peel facial hair removal... ...
This is what I call magical.