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Mederma® - Does it Really Improve Scars?


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** *Mederma® - Does it Really Improve Scars?* **

By Heather Brannon, MDJuly 16, 2007

The active ingredient in Mederma is onion extract - not a compound you
would think to put on a scar. Does Mederma live up to the advertisements?
Find out more here.

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July 26, 2007 at 11:07 am
(1) Luvi Marie says:
I actually know someone who does use Onion skin to treat her ,
apparently this was shown to her on her on a previous trip to Thailand.
She swears it’s effective and doesn;t use anything else. With the results
I have seen from her I wouldn’t be surprised if any Acne Products does
use Onion extracts as Active ingredients.

August 24, 2007 at 1:19 am
(2) David says:
I haven’t seen any ads and haven’t used Mederma specifically.
But I have used a clone product called Hiruscar which contains the same
Allium Cepa extract and am astounded how well it works even forgetting to
apply it three times a day.

November 12, 2007 at 10:13 pm
(3) Erin says:
I used Mederma on my newly formed purplish stretch marks. I used
the product 3-4 times a day for 3 months and my stretch marks diminished
90%. Say what every you want about the product but I would recommend it to

January 18, 2008 at 2:19 pm
(4) J Simmons says:
This description of Mederma’s effect and it’s comparison to
petroleum jelly is inaccurate. Petroleum jelly is oil-based and yes it
works by


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