How Do I Remove It ?
It’s not recommended to use the Scarring Liquid several times in a row on the same area, as it will come off with living skin and slightly damage it. It’s usually a safe practice to wait three days between applications.
Eventually, it can go away by itself too easily if the covered skin plies a lot, or hasn’t been cleaned thoroughly before application, or if your skin gets oily / moist fast.
When using on the cheeks, avoid to smile! That’s why so serious….
Obviously, the more substance you have applied, the more difficult removal will be, and you may want to use solvents to ease the operation.
The special remover isn’t really needed as spirit gum remover and light acetone solvent (nail polish remover) should do the job. Baby oil should be ok also, or at least it will ease the removal.
If you leave your scar on for more than one day, expect your skin to keep a mark for a couple of days afterwards.