Natural Scar Cures

Many skin care specialists are constantly looking for a way to effectively eliminate scars left behind by acne and other dermal conditions. This problem has been attacked with many different approaches and products but, as sufferers have found, they don’t yield important effects. Some people have resorted to surgery or used microdermabrasion, but both can be dangerous.

Success Found In Natural Solutions

Many dermatologists have turned to natural products, recommending natural skin care treatments for scarring whenever possible.

The following remedies have proven to be successful, so, they’re worth a try.

Sea Buckthorn Oil – This traditional treatment for healing the skin is taken from the berries of a bush found in The Netherlands. It has been used for burns, eczema, wounds, lesions, sun damage and abrasions. With an increasing number of people looking for an anti-aging solution, it has also become a popular natural skin care choice for alleviating skin dryness and wrinkles that come with age. It has important quantities of vitamins C, A, B1, B2, E, flavinoids, phytosterols (anticarginogens) and various essential fatty acids. The oil is a deep reddish orange and can color the skin a bit, but it washes off easily.

Wheat Germ Oil – Widely used as a dietary supplement and as an ingredient for cosmetics, it is highly effective at reducing scars and stretch marks. It includes vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, and F and is also high in minerals, proteins and contains essential fatty acids. It’s great for treating and rejuvenating dry, aging and dehydrated skin. The effectiveness depends on the quality of the organic oil; it should be refrigerated. If wheat or wheat gluten causes you allergies, stick with one of the other suggestions.

Macadamia Oil – Usually associated with Hawaii, Macadamia trees are an Australian specimen. Its oil has been traditionally used in cooking and as a natural skin care product. The oil is very high in essential fatty acids and resembles sebum, the protective oil that our skin produces naturally. It is great for regeneration and it is used to cure sunburns, wounds, and scars. Even though you are using this topically, make sure you obtain good grade oil, because some varieties are toxic.

Rosehip Seed Oil – High in vitamins A and E and essential fatty acids, the rosehip seeds have long been recognized as an ingredient for a healthy tea however,the oil has only recently been recognized as a treatment for premature aging. Research has revealed that it reduces wrinkles, repairs UV and radiation damage, and heals scars from burns, acne and surgery. Nowadays, its regenerative properties are believed to be the most effective.

A new acne scarring solution is now available to rejuvenate your skin thanks to natural ingredients that guarantee no allergic reactions or adverse side effects.

– Lisell Torgerson