There are several brands of scar cream over the counter. It is usually in the same general area as bandaids and gauze. You can always ask the pharmacists. Vitamin E oil helps keep them soft and can be multipurposed. Get the gel caps and poke a hole in one with a needle to squeeze out the oil. Also, use a stronger sunscreen (SPF 50) on the scars because they will darken in the sun. It really depends on your sun sensitivity. I would recommend seeing a dermatologist or plastic surgeon. There are prescription creams and ointments. if you have active MRSA, it needs to be treated immediately. Talk with your doctor.
You need to apply sandlewood paste or Aloe Vera to the fresh wound in order to avoid the formation of permanent scars. The scars can also be treated by massaging some coconut oil to soften the scars. Use this site to learn more. http://www.natural-homeremedies.com/homeremedies_scar.htm.