Many of these rumors are not proven to work, and doing these things can make your wound heal much slower.
Some things you may have been told to do can actually make your scar much worse!
However, if you know how to prevent a scar the correct way, you’ll enjoy scar-free skin later on.
Here are some simple tips to follow that can help you avoid scarring completely:
Clean the wound ONCE with hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol. That’s it.
Repeatedly applying hydrogen peroxide to a wound will kill the newly forming skin cells, slow down the healing process, and make your scar worse in the end.
Next, apply an antibacterial ointment like Neosporin.
Doing this will keep the wound moist and clean, giving it the perfect environment to heal.
Tip #2: Keep it Covered
This is actually wrong and should NOT be done.
Left to breathe a scab will form to cover and protect the wound, but scabs often leave lots of scar tissue.
To create the optimal healing environment, you need to keep the wound moist and clean by making your own barrier with an antibacterial ointment, as often as possible.
When the would heals in this covered, optimal environment, you’ll avoid scar tissue from even forming.
Did you know that fresh scars are very sensitive to sunlight?
Scar tissue and new skin gets sun burned much faster than regular skin.
A scar that is exposed to the sun will turn very red and ultimately become hyperpigmented.
By putting sunblock onto your fresh scars, you will decrease its pigmentation and visibility.
Achieving Permanent, Scar-free Skin
There are many other important scar prevention techniques to keep you scar-free after skin damage. Proper early scar treatment can shorten healing time and reveal flawless, scar-free skin.
Which means you can rejoice in the fact that you can fade or eliminate your old scars completely without costly scar creams or surgeries.
Check out this informative article to learn the natural remedies and techniques that eliminate any kind of scar tissue at any age…
From acne scars to facial scars, cut scars, burn scars, scrape scars, stretch marks, surgical scars and more.
About the Author:
Sean Lowry fully appreciates the struggles of someone suffering from scars. She suffered from scars after a skiing accident. She became very self-conscious about her scars and lost a lot of self-esteem as a result.
As a medical researcher, she started trying to find an efficient option for her scars. The more Sean looked into the subject, the more types of scars she was able to find remedies for.
The research led to Sean penning her bestselling ebook, The Scar Solution, which details how to remove redness, raised scars, acne scars, sunken scars, burns, stretch marks, keloid scars, and even skin discoloration.
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