How To Deal With Scars

scarsObtaining scars is inevitable. There are countless ways to get them, from things as simple as acne, to something from an injury, or from something serious, like a surgery. You may even end up with a scar from trying to fry bacon!

Regardless, many people do not want any scars, which is why searching for remedies is incredibly common. It is important to note, however, that time is of the essence. If you have had a scar for 20 years, it likely is just going to stay there, though if you are very lucky you might be able to fade it a little. The key to dealing with scars is to start treatment as fast as you can. With that in mind, here are some things you can do to help your scars:

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is good for helping to reduce the appearance of scars because of its antioxidant and moisturizing properties, both of which help to nourish your skin to help speed healing and improve appearance. It also helps to improve collagen, which helps increase your skin’s strength.

There are a few ways to harness this power, including applying a Vitamin E cream, massaging in Vitamin E oil, or breaking open a Vitamin E tablet and extracting the oil. In all cases, apply the substance two to three times every day for a few weeks.

Coconut Oil

The fatty acids in coconut oil performs two major functions with regards to helping your scars. First, it helps act as an antioxidant, which helps reverse damage and prevent further damage from occurring. IN addition, coconut oil helps increase the production of collagen, which as mentioned, helps your skin speed up the healing process.

To use coconut oil on your scars, scoop one teaspoon out of the jar and warm it in the microwave (only for a few seconds). Rub the oil into the affected skin until it is absorbed. Be sure to repeat twice a day until you achieve the results you are looking for.

Skin Peels

When it comes to acne scars, particularly on your face, skin peels offer a drastic, but also effective, method of getting rid of them. Skin peels help to remove the outer layer of your skin. This is where the discoloured parts (your scars) are located. Thus, gently removing the outer layer and letting your skin heal after will help reduce the appearance of your scars dramatically. For this, we recommend going to a professional for the best results and for safety reasons.

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