I had a couple of moles on my face removed with surgery. He seemed to do a very sloppy job of stitching, like a drawstring stitch.. I thought for sure that I would have horrific scars , but within a few months, it was hardly noticable, and after a year, you couldn't see it if you were looking for it. I think that it depends on how you scar.. keloid prone or not. Plus there are lots of new scar deterrents like Maderma that you can use to minimize any scarring. Good luck!
[QUOTE=skylist;3815281]The itworkspaste is pretty popular. I am thinking about using it on some skin tags.
It's for cosmetic purposes only. Insurance doesn't cover it from what I've read.[/QUOTE]
God no! I hope it's not too late. PLEASE don't waste your money on that garbage. I used it about a year ago and it left NASTY huge scars!!! AND the moles grew back so now I have huge *** moles surrounded by pinkish keloid scars. NO ONE waste your money on that! I already did for you.
P.S. Neither Mederma NOR Emuscar cream even slightly helped these keloid scars. You have been warned.
I have used the itworkspaste with great success as has my husband. I had no problems with it. I suppose if you scar easily or tend to get keloids, I would not use it but otherwise, I think it is a great product.