I was undecided about share this then decided some people may find useful going into summer months. My 16 yo daughter SH's and has some pretty significant scars. We were trying to help her find ways to cover them so can wear skirt/ shorts/ or possibly a swim suit for typical summer stuff. A lot of products were available, we chose one and tried it for the first time. It was on the pricey side , so I thought I would post some pictures here so other members that may be thinking about these things can decide if the results are worth the money or the effort before spending themselves. The cream we purchased was one discussed here in this chat room a while ago - Dermablend Leg and Body Cover SPF 15 (100 ml /3.4 oz cost $28 at amazon). It comes in a lot of different colors and the color she selected from looking on line was actually a shade to dark still (she id very fair skinned which is one issue with her scars as they stay bright pink for a very very long time on her skin) and sealed with the Dermablend Setting Powder (28g -1 oz $24 from amazon) In the pictures - nothing was ever touched on the right leg in any picture. She ended up applying with fingers as the sponge she was going to use had other make up in it already. It used very very small amount to cover - it will go a lot further than I had expected when we purchased. After she tries it out all day some time to see how long works in real life and particularly after tries swimming I will post how that worked - but this is 4 pictures - start - the just creme- then the powder - and last from about 6ft/ 2m away. I do not think anybody would notice at all just casual walking down the street. I am not recommending or endorsing this particular product at all - just sharing what results she had using this in case it may help somebody looking for ways to cover SH scars for summer or trying to decide if it is worth the rather high cost for the cream made for it. I know I was worried about spending $60 based on the pictures in advertisement - but these are totally untouched pictures from phone camera so give a good idea. Start With the cream With powder End from 6 ft in normal light Hope somebody may find this helpful - if anybody has any other ideas or tips feel free to add on to this thread as well.