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How to flatten deep hole scars brought by chickenpox?


Scars are formed from scabbing of wounds. This is the body's natural defense against infection. It is important to be on the preventive side when treating scar formation. In order for scars to heal completely, you must avoid squeezing, picking, or scratching the chickenpox site. Traces of visible of deep hole scars are observed when patients often scratch the affected area leaving the skin red, swollen, and damaged. Prolonged scratching can cause deep hole scars in the skin. Here are some tips to flatten deep hole scars from chickenpox:

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  • Use antihistamine or corticosteroid creams to inhibit severe itching that can trigger scratching.
  • Place scar plasters on the affected site to help soften the scar formation.
  • Steroid injections are usually applied on keloids.
  • Try out collagen injections to reduce the appearance of deep and pitted scars.

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