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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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How to remove chickenpox scar of almost 7 years such as atrophic scar?

I had chickenpox when I was 14 years old, and it left lots of scars on my face. These scars are in certain areas of my face, and it is deepened as an atrophic scar. If you could please give me advice on what could be done, it would be highly appreciated. I had only once used the scar removal cream together with face wash, but it was not able to show any difference. I have tried: Minidermal scar remover cream and aloe vera face wash. Neem wash gel. I think it was caused by: I think improper diet is one of the reasons and I used to get sick very easily when I was a teen.

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If I use contractubex on my deep chickenpox scars, how long would it take to get rid of my deep scar?

How long till my chickenpox scar disappear if I use contratubex, and is it okay if I use it on my face?

Contractubex is effective, but you would need to use it patiently over a period for you to see results. If your scar is very deep, you may need to do it much longer. The average time is about three months for a regular scar, and you need to be ready to continue it further if you have a worse condition.

The way you would apply Contractubex will also help a lot in its effectiveness. Many people will apply Contractubex last, which is wrong. What you need to do is before applying any other product on the affected area, you have to put Contractubex first so that you are sure that it actually gets fully absorbed.

Contractubex is very safe, and yes, it can be used on the skin. It is best when used twice a day, one in the morning and one before going to bed. You will experience a slight tingling sensation at the beginning, but there is no need to worry about this. It only means that the product is working.

How to remove chickenpox scar from face?

On my face, there are chickenpox marks left so tell me how to remove these scares from my face. I want to remove them within two weeks.

It is a little challenging to remove it in two weeks time. However, there are products out in the market that works great on scars (even on the face). Here are the three best in the market so far:

  • Selevax
  • Dermeface Fx7
  • Revitol Scar Cream

Chickenpox scars will be less noticeable and will diminish over time because of the innate ability of the skin to regenerate new skin layers shedding off scar marks left by chickenpox. There are efficient ways to properly improve the regeneration ability of the skin making the chickenpox scars to lessen or even disappear in just two to three weeks on the face, and some are listed below:

1. Facial Scrub. Facial scrubs are also one of the best remedies in managing dark spots and scars on the face by either making your own facial scrubs or buying a commercially made solution. A good recipe for a homemade facial scrub is the oatmeal mixed with tomato or lemon juice. Just mix in a small bowl a few tablespoonfuls of oatmeal and fruit juice and apply the solution on your face and leave it for 10 to 15 minutes then rinse. 2. Facial massage. Massage is also one of the best technique in promoting blood circulation of the skin which makes skin regeneration more efficient. 3. Use moisturizer lotions rich in Vitamin E and Aloe Vera. These combinations are perfect ingredients in skin lotions promoting skin regeneration and skin rejuvenation. 4. Use over the counter scar removal cream. There are also good over the counter scar removal creams that you can easily buy at your local pharmacy. 5. Visit your local dermatologist. Visiting your local dermatologist is also a good choice if you really want to remove chickenpox scars within two weeks because dermatologist can properly assess your skin and give you the proper medication based on your skin's sensitivity.

How to cure chickenpox deep scar effectively?

You can continuously use olive oil on the affected area. This will take some time, but if you do it religiously over a period of time, you will see results.

Applying facial creams with a strong level of vitamin C will also be beneficial since it will help your skin rejuvenate and new skin cells will be formed. Use vitamin C enriched facial night cream as your skin repairs the most during the night.

Eating vitamin C rich foods such as oranges and berries will also help your skin recover from inside.

More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: How to remove the black spot marks after chickenpox, and how long does it takes for them o completely fade away

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Get Rid of Chicken Pox Scars
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I have chickenpox scars for 13 years how do get rid of it?

I was 12 years old when I suffered from chickenpox, and it was really itchy, so I scratched it but unfortunately, when I was in a deep sleep my mother told me scratched my whole face.. and now I'm 25 I'm suffering from these scars.

Our skin has patterns, after getting hurt the skin tries to regenerate that pattern. Deep wounds which are left unhealed especially those sustained at an early age, become part of the skin regeneration pattern. Hence, the natural regeneration or products that boost natural regeneration doesn't work in such cases. But cosmetic surgeries can help in this matter.

What are the remedies I need to do for getting rid of chickenpox scars?

I don't have dark marks but have light round scars as given in type 2 of your page. what is it that I have to do?

Chickenpox often leaves unsightly scar marks on the skin which can be either atrophic scars or the light and round mark scars. In regards to your query, the light round scars as mentioned on the page are much lighter and superficial compared to atrophic scars. These scars are formed when the skin gets infected and form blisters and then form pus-like blisters and dries forming scab or chickenpox scars. Most chickenpox leaves strophic scars in the body which is much more deeper and darker, primarily because the chickenpox virus has been at full strength and fully scattered throughout the body. Your chickenpox scars are much lighter and superficial because of these factors:

  • Your immune system is well developed.
  • You properly managed your chickenpox disease with medicines.

The light round scars on your skin caused by chickenpox will gradually fade in just a few days or weeks even if you don't do anything this is because of your skin's ability to regenerate. If you want to effectively remove the light round chickenpox scars in a few days, below are my suggestions:

  • Lemon and tomato juice. The juices of tomatoes and lemons are natural bleachers which effectively whitens light scar marks. To use, simply dab cotton on the juice and apply it directly on your scars.
  • Skin lotion with Aloe Vera and vitamin E. Skin lotions with Aloe Vera and vitamin E is effective in nourishing the skin and greatly improves the skin's ability to regenerate. Simply apply a small amount onto your skin and massage it gently. The massage will further increase blood flow and absorption of the lotion, which effectively enhances your skin's natural ability to regenerate.
  • Eat fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables contain essential vitamins and nutrients which further improves your skin's ability to regenerate.

The above tips will help you properly manage your light round chickenpox scars on your skin in just a few days.

Hi sir, there are 6 - 7 skin pores on my face especially nose area due to chickenpox, can I get rid of it naturally or will I need any laser treatment?

Hi sir, there are 6 - 7 skin pores on my face especially nose area due to chickenpox, can I get rid of it naturally or will I need any laser treatment?

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Can honey heal chickenpox holes?

The answer is yes. Honey can heal chickenpox scars. Honey has been widely used for its various health benefits on the skin. Honey has a natural bleaching effect that slowly whitens chickenpox scars and moisturizes the scars aiding in the natural regeneration of the skin. Below are some of the health benefits of honey in regards to scar management:

  • Honey provides nutrients to the chickenpox scars in the skin promoting skin regeneration.
  • Honey minimizes scarring. The osmotic effect of the honey draws nutrients and blood to the chickenpox scars flushing out dead skin cells and promotes faster wound healing and skin regeneration.
  • Honey provides acidity in the chickenpox scars promoting oxygen release from the red blood cells increasing skin regeneration.
  • Honey has soothing and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin.

In general, using honey as a facial scrub will efficiently reduce chickenpox holes and promotes faster skin regeneration.

Is Papaya useful for chickenpox?

Th answer is yes. Below are some of the health benefits of papaya in chickenpox:

  • According to some studies, papaya is a natural antidote in treating measles. The other natural antidotes include diluted fruit juices of apples, grapefruits, oranges, guavas, and pineapples.
  • Papaya as natural scar remover. Papaya mixed with honey to make a paste works effectively in removing scars caused by chickenpox. The natural enzymes and amino acids help in removing chickenpox scars.
  • Papaya contains proteolytic enzymes. The proteolytic enzyme has antiviral properties which are as good as antiviral medication in treating chickenpox.
  • Papaya contains papain. The papain content of papayas is a natural scar remover.
  • Pawpaw (papaya) ointment. There is also commercially made papaya ointment that greatly helps in reducing the itchiness of the skin and promotes faster wound healing.

To sum it up, papaya is very useful in managing chickenpox and chickenpox scars because of its various health benefits.

Hello. My question would be Psoriasis Scars in the skin. How to pass the Physical Examination?

Can you help me on how to pass the medical exams even if I have small spot scars of psoriasis in the buttocks and few in the back. Can I say to the Examiner that these scars are only Insect allergic bites like bed bugs? I was wondering if you could help me with this. Thank you. By the way, I'm from the Philippines, and soon within this month, I'll be having my medical in a GCC middle east accredited clinic. GCC is strict. Thank you.

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Do we have this in the Philippines?

Is this thing expensive? Does it even work?

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