How to Get Rid of a Keloid Scar Fast Using Home Remedies

Uncovering How to Get Rid of a Keloid Scar Fast!

If there’s anything that looks worse than regular scars, it’s the keloid scars since they look much more dangerous, and that’s because they are, if they go untreated. But fortunately, we have the answer to the question ‘how to get rid of a keloid scar’ using some simple home remedies. Read on!

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Lemon Juice

Lemon juice has a lot of nutrients that contribute towards a healthy skin. Some examples include vitamin C and antioxidants. Whilst antioxidants will be busy in getting rid of the keloid scar, the vitamin C makes sure that it doesn’t reappear by keeping the skin healthy.

Apple Cider Vinegar

It goes without saying that apple cider vinegar is the solution to a lot (and we mean, A LOT) of skin problems, a keloid scar being one of them. Just apply the vinegar on the affected area and gently massage it. Do not rinse the ACV and just reapply it if it dries out.

Lavender Essential Oil for Keloid Scar

Due to its skin rejuvenating and restorative properties, you can be sure that when you dab a piece of cotton ball on the lavender essential oil and apply it on the affected area twice everyday, the keloid scar will be healed quite easily, usually within a month!

Aloe Vera

Similar to ACV, aloe vera has also been used since a very long time to treat many skin ailments. It regenerates the skin affected by the keloid scar, and has moisturizing properties to make sure the skin doesn’t dry out. Just apply the gel and make sure it dries on it’s own to harness the full benefits of aloe vera gel.

Garlic

Most people who are confused on how to get rid of a keloid scar often never take a look at garlic mainly because it’s cooking taste has shadowed it’s health benefits for the skin. In a nutshell, just crush some garlic cloves into a paste and apply on the affected area for 15 minutes and rinse afterwards to know what we’re talking about.

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Aspirin

Though we’re strictly against it, having an NSAID (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug) painkiller such as aspirin will keep the pain at bay, and is recommended to be used only if the pain is too much to handle. You must also visit a dermatologist in a serious condition of keloid.

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