Home remedies for chicken pox scars Vitamin E Vitamin E has long been considered a valid
tool in the treatment of scars. Unfortunately, these claims can be exaggerated. Most studies
show that it does not have a significant effect Aloe vera Aloe vera has been extensively tested in the
treatment of burns. While it has a proven ability to reduce skin temperature (useful
in healing burns), it does not show any effect on scars. Cocoa butter Cocoa butter is a cream-coloured vegetable
fat derived from cocoa beans. Its soft and velvety texture and its ability to melt when
applied to the skin make it a common ingredient in moisturizers. Although it contains antioxidants
and can effectively moisturize the skin, it is unlikely to reduce the appearance of scars. Baking Soda Mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda with a few
drops of water to make a paste. Massage on the skin with scars for 2-3 minutes.
Let it dry and wash with water. Repeat daily to remove dead skin cells and
eliminate varicella scars. Coconut water Use a cotton ball to apply coconut water directly
to the scars. Repeat several times a day.
Follow this remedy as soon as chickenpox has been cured, but not after a long time.
Or drink a glass of water with coconut every day. Lemon juice Use a cotton ball to apply the lemon juice
directly on the scarred skin. Leave it on for 10 minutes, then rinse with
water. Or, apply it before going to bed and leave
it overnight. Note: If you have sensitive skin, dilute it
with water. Honey Add 1 tablespoon of warm water to 1 tablespoon
of oatmeal. Mix 1 tablespoon of honey to make a paste.
Apply to scarred skin and leave in 15-20 minutes. Wash with water and repeat regularly to reduce
scars. Or rub the raw honey on the skin with scars,
let it act for 15 minutes and rinse it with water.