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Medic for Scar Removal

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7. Apple Cider Vinegar

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You can also heal different types of scars with apple cider vinegar. The acidic nature of apple cider vinegar helps exfoliate and remove dead skin cells. This promotes the growth of healthy skin cells and reduces the appearance of scars. In addition, apple cider vinegar balances the pH level of your skin, which is essential for healthy skin texture.

  • Mix equal amounts of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar and water. Dip a cotton ball in it and apply it on the scar. Leave it on for 5 minutes, then rinse it off with water. Do this once daily.
  • Alternatively, prepare a solution with 2 tablespoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar, 2/3 cup of water and 1 teaspoon of honey. Apply this mixture on the scar, leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Do this once daily.

8. Cocoa Butter

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Cocoa butter is an excellent natural moisturizer that can heal scars of all types. It penetrates deep into the skin and keeps the affected area moisturized longer.

This promotes the growth of new skin tissues in place of damaged ones. In addition, the vitamin E in cocoa butter aids skin repair.

  1. Apply a spoonful of pure cocoa butter on the scar and massage it gently using firm, circular motions.
  2. Leave it on overnight and wash it off the next morning with lukewarm water.
  3. Repeat daily until the scar fades.

Medic for Scar Removal was last modified: August 24th, 2017 by Top10HomeRemedies

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31 thoughts on “Medic for Scar Removal”

  1. I like to make a sort of paste from coconut oil, olive oil, lemon juice, and honey. It works wonders it can almost compleaty remove small scars within a few months but you will start seeing results nearly imeaditly. What you do is you melt about a cup of coconut oil in a small bowl, then add one fourth cup of olive oil. Go add two tbs of lemon juice after that you about a tbs of honey. I also sometimes add the contents to two vitemen D pills, but I don’t really notice a difference with them. I would also recommend adding some aloe but I don’t have any and be sure to keep this in a cooler room as this can tend to melt on your skin and will defently melt in a bag or hot car. Hope this helps some of you my scars are not very big and different peple react to things differently so results may very and all that. Best of luck!

    1. I’m going to try this but I have really dark skin. I put olive oil, apple cider vinegar, honey, and lemon juice. hopefully this works because I have a lot of scars.

  2. thank you my son appreciates this it really helps us not get weird looks during family beach days people used to come up and try to read all the words he’d carved into himself but now for such low cost we can act like a normal family

  3. I had lots of scar and often embarrassed me when people see them asking for the caused. I read through Emily’s note now and decides to apply same, i pray it work effectively for me as it did to her.

  4. Phumzile
    Home remedies do work wonder more that any other expensive products,I’m dark and luv my skin colour I use remedies to keep it natural black buety.I recommend the home remedies.

  5. I’m about to have total knee replacement,and strongly agree with home remedies,have been trying not to have this surgery for about four years.
    Have seen the scars it leaves. Thanks for the advise

  6. i would have to say aloe works wonders because i have an aloe plant growing in my home and it works for all types of scars…….. self harm scars, surgery scars, burn scars, stretch marks, and even just small scars from a scrape or small cut….. my whole family uses it for our scars and i couldnt find anything better for all our scars

  7. Morning can i use these products even if the scar has not healed as yet ..i only got injured recently and i am already worried about the scar that it is going to leave …i have apple cider and aloe gel in a tube at home not sure if the aloe plant is more effective than the gel in a tube unsure which one to use …any advice ….Also the wound is not yet properly closed as it wasn’t to deep for stitches…

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