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    Default Scab picking

    My two year old ds does this constantly.
    He got a cut on his face about two months ago and hasn't left it alone. We did manage to get it healed over and it has left a scar, but he picks it constantly until it bleeds and we are back to square one.

    Any ideas on how to get him to stop and get it healed?

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    Bumo

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    Default Scab picking

    Try some pawpaw ointment on it overnight. It amazes me how quickly it encourages the healing process. As with the picking, no idea sorry

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    Zinc cream overnight for drying the scab. Not sure how to stop him from picking at it though.


 

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