Why are facial scars a concern?

They say you should embrace your flaws and scars but some marks on your face can cause a drop in your confidence and that's not okay. Any discoloration of the skin or bumps with redness can be permanent on your body

What are some reasons for facial scarring

Several factors such as burns, injuries, chicken pox, acne, pimples, and medical treatments can cause permanent scarring. Considering them a total buzzkill for catching attention like a magnet, we are on a quest to find out the right way to deal with them.

Coconut oil

If you're noticing scarring on your face, coconut oil may come to your rescue. It can heal your facial scars to a great extent as coconut oil is rich in omega fatty acids. It penetrates the dermis and moisturizes the skin too.

Vitamin E  

Before hitting the bed, extract vitamin E oil from a capsule and apply it on the pigmented areas of your skin. It will work as an effective method to minimize facial scars.

Baking soda

Baking soda can be used as a natural exfoliator - a concoction of it in water can help you to gently scrape off the scar. For this, mix 2 tsp of water in one tsp of baking soda and apply to the affected skin. Scrub this gently and wash it off with plain cold water


Since time immemorial, honey is being used for medical care in cases of wounds and burns. Applying raw honey can benefit anyone looking to lighten their scars.


Potatoes Potatoes are rich in phytochemicals that help to give you clear-looking skin. Don't believe us? Apply potato juice on your face and wash it off after 25 minutes. You'll know what we're talking about.


oil contains anti inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties. It helps to clear inflammation and eliminate scars.


Aloe vera is a great ingredient for the skin as it contains antimicrobial properties. aloe vera works magically on old scars too. It helps to soothe the skin and increases cell, regeneration.

The takeaway  

 If you're willing to treat your scars, opt for the sooner, the better approach. Your recent scars should only be washed with plain water. At the later stage, you may choose from OTC medications consisting of salicylic acid, retinoids, hydroquinone, and vitamin C.

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