Originally Posted by greif
Wonder who paid for study?
I don't trust WebMD. They are run by big pharma in one way or another.
They either used synthetic vitamin E or very little so there would be no benefit. Either way it is BS.
I read a case history years ago concerning a woman who was searching in her cupboards above a deep fryer that was in use. Somehow she managed to accidently lower her hand into the deep fryer.
Her skin was melted together, and her hand looked like she had webbed fingers. The treatment lasted several months, and in the end her hand looked normal. Her treatment consisted of topical vitamin E.
I also know some women who have used vitamin E cream to reduce stretch marks due to pregnancy, and had very good results.
Personally for scarring issues, I would include topical colloidal silver as well.