How To Remove Scars On Face And Body Naturally
1. Best Scar-Fading Treatments
I know a lot about treating scars, and I've had more than my fair share of success.
When it comes to scars, most people give up far too soon. Know this: If you’re consistent, if you don’t stop your treatment no matter how discouraged you feel, those scars will give in. It’s true that some of my hip scars took years. But those were horrific things—and massive. I'm confident that, with consistency and determination on your part, most scars will flatten, become pinkish, and soft in weeks or months.
Don’t let your scars bring you down. Your skin has an astonishing capacity to rejuvenate. My revolutionary approach to skincare originated in my experience dealing with my own numerous, highly varied scars. It amazes me how much stimulation our skin can take and what a marvelous ability it has to adapt. Stick with it. You will win! Read the whole article: Best Scar-Fading Treatments.
2. Raised Scar Treatment
It’s typical for a keloid to become bigger than the original wound. Scar tissues grows excessively to heal the injury.
Needless to say I was very upset. But being true to my credo that every problem has a solution I was detemined to find a remedy. And I did! And what an unusual remedy this is! Read my article Raised Scar Treatment.
3. How to Get Rid of Acne Scars Naturally
I haven’t experienced acne scars first hand. However, having been able to flatten, fade, or otherwise make less visible some quite ugly scars—bulging, raised, red, squid like—I’m confident you can bring just about any sort of acne scar to near invisibility. More in How to Get Rid of Acne Scars Naturally.
4. Night Cream
Our Nourishing Night Cream is excellent to use on your scars. When doing a cupping massage, you’ll need to use some oil. I’ve tried all the oils commonly advised for cupping massage—coconut, jojoba, grape, and lavender essential oil. None gives better gliding feeling than our night cream.
Nourishing Night Cream
Excellent for Scars
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