Acne scars: For many acne sufferers, the prospect of living blemish-free can easily lead to a cabinet full of chemical creams and oral medications. You will not be able to make acne scars disappear in a single night, but the remedies, products, treatments, and skincare tips will certainly produce a noticeable difference over time.
Current presentation: our current presentation is interlinked with techniques and tactics to get rid of acne scars in a natural way using herbs and natural products.
Aloe vera Gel:
Fresh aloe vera gel is a good source of vitamins which can help to heal skin and can fade scars. This Aloe vera gel can be applied directly on the scars, and there is no need to wash off. For a more intense scar treatment of acne scars on your face you can mix a drop or two of tea tree oil and can apply it on your acne scars.
Another natural ingredient is honey which can help heal scars. It is best to use raw honey instead of processed. Honey is a great solution for clearing up pimples and reducing the scars left behind. Honey is non-irritating, and will moisturize your skin instead of drying it out so people with sensitive skin can also hand on this natural remedy.
Apple cider Vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar is another natural way which is great for skin health and healing. Dilute the apple cider vinegar to half with water and apply it to the affected area every day with a cotton ball until the scars begin to fade.
Lemon juice is a natural way that can be used to fade scars, promote healing of skin. Simply squeeze the juice from a fresh organic lemon. You can use this treatment undiluted or can also mix with water if you have sensitive skin. Dab the juice over scars with a cotton ball and let it dry completely. Use the treatment every other day skipping a day. Otherwise strong acidic nature of lemon can turn your skin dry.
Vitamin- and mineral-rich Tomato is another vegetable which is great for skin health and healing. Use the juice of a fresh organic Tomato to fade acne and pimple scars by cutting off a few thin slices and applying them directly to affected areas. Alternately, you can cut thicker slices and apply the juice by massaging them over scars.
Baking soda is a common item with hundreds of uses, including the ability to help exfoliating skin. Mix one teaspoon of baking soda with two teaspoons of water to form a liquid paste and massage it gently on your face in a circular motion for 2 to 3 minutes.