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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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How can deep holes of chickenpox be removed from face?

I have deep holes on my cheek due to chickenpox. how can they be treated so as to get clean skin

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Applying Vitamin E to the holes/craters in your face will help to minimize the damage by healing scar tissue and moisturizing to plump up the skin. Purchase an at home microdermabrasion kit. Choose one that has a suction attachment. This device will remove dead skin cells promoting skin renewal and the suction tool will gently plump up your skin. Just be careful not to overuse it or you will break skin capillaries causing a redness to your face.

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Because of chickenpox I have 4 deep spots in my face so please tell me how to remove the spots?

Because of chickenpox I have 4 deep spots in my face. I have tried: nothing. I think it was caused by: Chickenpox

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If you have had these for a long time and this skin has not bounced back, you can speak with a dermatologist about using a "filler" in those four areas. This can last from 6 months to a year. Depending on how deep the damage is, you should also speak to the dermatologist about laser treatments. If the areas are localized, then the treatment would not be expensive.

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How to remove the chickenpox pits on my face?

Please suggest me how to remove the chickenpox pits on my face.

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I had suffered chickenpox last 15 days ago. Now my face have some holes, how to remove these holes/pits from my face, please help me

Your skin is still healing. It can take up to 6 weeks for the marks from chickenpox to fade away. To promote healthy healing, you should apply Vitamin E to your face several times a day. In between the oil application, spritz some steeped green tea on your face or apply with a cotton ball. This will act as an anti-bacterial agent which will help with future damage from the chickenpox.

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Any method to remove deep chickenpox scars..surgical or nonsurgical...on face?

Removal of deep chickenpox scars..surgical or non surgical methods...on face

The surgical options are laser, chemical peel, and fillers. Non surgical are those recommended above such as using Vitamin E. In addition, add foods high in Vitamin K to your diet and collagen such as homemade bone broth.

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