Two years ago, my husband called me at work totally panicked. He said that our daughter had been burned by her hot car seat on the top of her thigh. My heart was racing as I drove to meet him at the doctor's office. When I arrived at the dr.'s office, I saw my daughter's leg and began to cry. Her burn was just this huge, awful looking burn that was a little bigger than a silver dollar. So many thoughts ran through my head, but I worried a lot about the scar that would be left. Both my husband and my daughter have dark skin and I just visualized her leg with this big white scar on her thigh. After her burn had dried up and healed, I went to Walmart and bought some Sudden Change Scar Zone cream. It was a bit pricey for the 1 ounce bottle, but let me tell you, it's worth every cent. Of course you do have to wait until your wound heals, but after that, you apply this cream 2-3 times per day for however long it takes to diminish the appearance of the scar. I believe that we put this on my daughter's scar for a couple of months. This scar cream also has sunscreen in it, which helps prevent the vulnerable scar from getting damaged further by the sun. This cream has no nasty smell to it and it absorbs quite well. A little goes a long way, which makes this little tube of cream last for quite a long time. Okay, fast forward 2 years and you can't even tell my daughter got burned. This stuff worked wonders for her awful burn scar.