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Effective home remedies for keloids

A keloid is a scar formed by the abnormal growth of fibrous tissue, leaving the skin no longer as smooth and flat as before. How to effectively treat keloids is always a concern of many people.

Before you start doing scar treatments like streroid injections or lasers, have you ever thought that you should try simpler treatments? The following article will provide you with some therapies that help ease keloids at home.

Perform Massage scarred skin

Massage helps improve blood circulation in the wound area, thereby contributing to limiting scarring of the skin. In addition, when you massage the scarred area, it can help remove dead cells, contributing to the prevention of keloid formation.

The process of doing massage properly:

- You use coconut oil to massage

- Depending on the location of the scar, you can massage yourself or have someone else help you

- You should massage the scar regularly.

This will not only help you relax, but also help prevent the formation of scars.

Treating keloid scars with lemon juice

Lemon juice is effective in preventing keloid formation. Lemon juice contains high levels of vitamin C to help keep the skin healthy. There are also antioxidants in the fruit that prevent keloids from forming. If you are suffering from keloids, use lemon juice to improve your scar.

How to use lemon juice to treat keloids:

- You squeezed fresh lemon juice

- Apply juice to the scarred skin

- Then rinse with warm water

- Use lemon juice at least 1 time per day to get good results.

Aloe Vera (aloe vera) medicine helps treat keloids effectively

Aloe extract helps to improve the keloid scars very effectively. Aloe can regenerate the skin, which helps the scar to heal faster and prevents the formation of keloid scars on the skin.

Method of using aloe vera:

You clean the aloe, make sure they are free of dirt and bacteria

Apply aloe vera gel directly to the skin to speed up the healing process

Leave the aloe vera gel to dry naturally on the skin for hours.

Use grapefruit seed extract to apply on the scar

Grapefruit seed extract contains antioxidants and vitamin C to help treat keloids. To be able to use grapefruit seed extract effectively, you need to prepare 1 tablespoon of clean water, 2–3 drops of grapefruit seed extract and cotton swab.

The method is as follows:

- You dilute grapefruit seed extract with water

- Then dip the swab in the solution above and apply to the keloid scar

- Try to stay as long as possible

- Perform 2 times per day.

Use green tea bags to cover up scars

Researchers believe that green tea has the ability to fade scars because of its antioxidant properties. In this way, you soak 1 bag of organic green tea in warm water. Then use a teabag to apply directly on the scar for 10–15 minutes. You should do this about 3–4 times a day.

How to treat keloids with honey

Honey is considered a natural moisturizer, helps the healing process go smoothly and improve the appearance of keloid scars.

You can apply pure honey and massage the scarred area 2–3 times daily.

Treating keloid scars with apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is considered an indispensable ingredient in natural scar treatments. It is effective in removing keloid scars due to their limited use in inflammation and reduction of scar size. Articles quoted from the following source:

How to use apple cider vinegar to treat keloids:

- You apply 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar directly to the scar

- Then massage the scarred area so that the apple cider vinegar can penetrate more easily

- Wait for the apple cider vinegar to dry

- Once the apple cider vinegar has dried, repeat the above steps several times.

The use of apple cider vinegar should be done several times. You will get the desired results about 1 month after using it regularly every day.

Use garlic extract to apply on the scar

Garlic is considered a great natural remedy for scars. Garlic has the ability to prevent the growth of fibroblasts, one of the main causes of keloid scars.

Implementation Guide:

- You apply garlic oil to the scar

- Leave on for 10 minutes

- Then clean the scar.

Use lavender essential oil to help regenerate scarred skin

Many people often do not know that there are many essential oils that work well for the skin. Lavender oil is one of them. The reason lavender oil is so effective at removing keloid scars is its skin-regenerating properties. In other words, lavender oil has the ability to reduce the size of keloid scars when used long term.

How to do the following using lavender essential oil to treat keloids:

- You put a few drops of lavender oil on the keloid scars

- Then gently massage the keloid area to increase absorption

- Massage skin for about 15 minutes

- You repeat this process about 3 times per day.

Use castor oil to break down scar tissue and detoxify the skin

Castor oil penetrates deep into the skin and gradually breaks down scar tissue. In healthy skin cells, castor oil also helps increase circulation and eliminate toxins.

To treat keloids, soak a clean cloth in castor oil and apply it to the scar area about 1–2 hours a day. In addition, you can also massage oil directly on keloid scars daily.

You should use the oil as soon as the wound has healed. This will help the recovery process better.

Use sunscreen on scars

Scarred skin is often especially sensitive than other skin areas. This makes the scar more susceptible to sunburn and hyperpigmentation when exposed to ultraviolet rays from the sun. Therefore, it is very important to apply sunscreen on scars when you are outdoors or exposed to the sun for long periods of time.

You should use sunscreens with a high SPF of 30 or higher and note to apply to the skin at least 20–30 minutes before going out.

Ultraviolet rays are especially harmful to the skin, even when it is sunny or not. Therefore, you should use sunscreen regardless of the weather.

The above is a shock to help you effectively treat keloids at home as directed at Novaco. If you have other effective scar treatments, share them with Novains. In addition, to better understand the scar, please refer to the article "Scar classification and scar treatment that you should know".

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Author: Thanh Kieu