October 28, 2015
As chemically-induced products are now often linked to the development of cancer and other deadly diseases, more people are now trying to shift to products made from natural ingredients while most of the conservatives still prefer home remedies. That being said, a careful judgement is necessary in making decision as to what type of health concerns could be addressed at home and or should be treated by mainstream medicine. But, what about simple cosmetic concerns like scar and stretch marks? Are there home remedies for them? Fortunately, there are, but results vary from one person to another. Some home treatments work, some don’t
What type of scars do you have?
Some scars somehow fade away on their own, but there are scars that leave a permanent mark like keloids and stretch marks. While keloids only appear mostly on the back, chest, ear and shoulder, they can still look bad and affect the way people dress. Stretch marks appear only mostly on the stomach, under arms, and around the hips and legs, but they can prevent people from wearing swimsuit, shorts or even tank tops. Obviously, the solution is to remove them. But at what cost? What home remedies are good for scars?
If these don’t work for you, you can buy commercial scar and stretch mark remover that has been tested to be effective. Look at the back label to see what ingredients it is made of. Make sure it is paraben-free. Also, look for reviews to help guide you in choosing the best product to treat your scars.
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