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i have recently gotten through a depression problem and i have A LOT of scasrs on my wrists...i dont want them to be there forever. is there n e way, or a cream or somthing that will make it go away?

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There's now way of just getting rid of a scar, but certan things can help speed up healing. Pop open a vitamin E capsule, spread that on the scatrs, take it internally too, and make sure that any wounds that are still open are kept clean and infection free, and they should fade a bit faster.

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