How to treat acne scars.
Aloe Ferox natural skincare products offers an effective, natural treatment for acne scars.
Mild acne scars can be treated effectively with a natural acne scar treatment. Try the following natural methods of dealing with acne scars.
Aloe Ferox helps regenerate the skin. Aloe Ferox Tissue Oil is a natural approach to treating acne scars. The Tissue Oil promotes the repair of tissue, helps against scarring, helps restore elasticity, helps nourish and soothe the skin and helps protect against dehydration and aging.
Aloe Ferox Tissue Oil is a blend 5 natural oils: Aloe Oil, Almond Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Wheat Germ Oil and Vitamin E Oil, offering a rich supply of nutrients to the skin. It also makes an ideal massage oil, on its own or as a base oil, to which you can add your favourite essential oil.
Sandalwood is very natural remedy for acne scars. Mix it with some rosewater and apply it to the scars. Leave it on overnight and wash it off in the morning.
- Cut a tomato in half and rub it on your skin.
- Take turmeric internally or make it into a paste and apply it to the skin.
- Sage has healing properties. Seep sage in hot water, cool and then apply.
- Apple cider vinegar is good for clearing up spots and can replace a toner.
- Raw garlic is a very effective acne blemish treatment.
- Use cucumber juice as a toner.
Types of acne scarring.
There are two types of acne scars; pitted or pigmented.
Pitted scars happen when the underlying skin tissue has been damaged. Pigmented scars (either red or brown) are marks left behind after the acne has cleared up.
Acne scars are most likely to be caused when the acne has been squeezed or pinched or when the acne was particularly severe. Acne scars may take twelve months to heal on their own, however healing differs from person to person. Some people and severe cases of acne may have scars that simply never heal. Like all things, prevention, in this case, of scarring, is better than cure.
To address scars, for best results, it’s best to use an acne scar treatment as soon as possible after the scars appear.
Acne medication and creams.
There are a number of medications; creams and acne blemish treatments that can be used to reduce the appearance of acne scars. When choosing an acne scar treatment, you need to consider the severity of your acne scars, the type of acne scars you have and the type of skin you have. It is recommended that you talk to your doctor, pharmacist or beautician who can advise you on the best type of treatment for your acne scars and skin.