Scar Removal Home Remedy – Scar Home Remedies That Work?


What makes a scar removal home remedy so great is that you can use them from the comfort of home knowing that you are using only natural ingredients that won’t produce any adverse side effects. Home remedies for scars DO work and most people WILL see results, however, the following scar remedies are best used with a high quality scar cream.

Home Remedy: Vitamin E for Scars

This is one of the highest recommended scar treatments that you can do at home. Vitamin E has been known for it’s healing and skin treatment properties for years and is one of the essential ingredients in scar repair.

PLEASE NOTE: Vitamin E has been noted to hinder proper wound repair. This only means that your wound must be completely healedalready before putting Vitamin E on it.

Step 1: Get vitamin E capsules. You can buy them from your local drugstore, make sure you get a quality brand as quality will make a difference.

Step 2: Prick the pills with a needle to get the oil out. Make sure to take care in handling the needle. Discard the outer casing of the pill. Make sure to put the needle in a safe place.

Step 3: Apply immediately. Make sure you massage it in and apply it properly, at least 3 times per day. If you need help on proper scar cream application, visit the Scar Help Center for more information.

Step 4: Start taking Vitamin E supplements. Be careful not to overdo it as too much Vitamin E can be harmful to your body. Buy a quality supplement in the form that is best for you (tablets, capsules, gelcaps) and take the recommended dosage on a regular basis. Doing so is an extra measure that can help the appearance of your scar since Vitamin E supplements will improve the look and feel of your skin overall and not just the affected area.

Home Remedy #2: Lemon Juice for scars

This home remedy works especially well for dark scars since lemon juice acts as a natural bleaching agent. The best way to do this would be to cut a lemon in half and rub it in to your scar. As the juice soaks in, massage your scar for 5-10 minutes. Wash it off after you have let it soak and massaged it in. Some have said that they experience results in as little as a week.

Home Remedy #3: Aloe Vera for a Scar

Aloe Vera is better used as a preventative agent rather than solely a scar removal agent. It’s best used for fresh wounds and newer scars. Like the Vitamin E oil, make sure you apply generously and massage it into your skin for five to ten minutes. Do this at least 3x times daily.

Home Remedy #4: Shea Butter for Scars

Shea butter will leave your skin feeling really soft and smooth, and you can leave it on after application. Its important to buy shea butter only if it has the Seal of the ASBI on the container. Since it is most effective in its natural state, you want to make sure you’re buying high quality shea butter without the added preservatives, fragrances, or ingredients.

Home Remedy #5: Cocoa Butter for a Scar

Cocoa butter is a pale-yellow vegetable fat extracted from the cacao bean. It has been used widely in ointments as well as pharmaceuticals and toiletries. Since cocoa butter is a natural preservative and a great moisturizer, it will help soften your scar and keep it from getting dry and itchy. It smells really good too.

In summary, the most effective scar treatment is a home remedy coupled with a good scar cream. Using scar home remedies and natural scar creams together is a great way to treat your scar.

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