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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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How to flatten chickenpox pitted scars?

How to flatten chickenpox pitted scars. I have tried: Argan oil, aloe vera, honey, sandalwood paste. I think it was caused by: scratching the scars


Judging by your previous treatment experience, traditional medicine should be favored over folk remedies in this case. If you have tried aloe vera (mix it with vitamin E for a greater effect), then you may need a small surgery. Aloe vera, which whitens the scars and vitamin E are the best home remedy that can help you heal the scars somewhat. You could also apply Contractubex after using honey, sandalwood paste, and argan oil. However, to completely remove the scars, contact a surgeon (or a therapist) who will perform a very minor operation (excision, laser therapy, or scar release) on the skin to make the scars as inconspicuous as possible.

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