Help fading/removing really old scars?

Preferably to anybody who has actually faded their scars I would appreciate any methods that have actually worked.


Most Helpful Guy

  • You can make natural remedies
    that aid in this kind of thing.

    Apple Cider Vinegar being the key ingredient here.
    It dissolves dead skin, and exfoliates your skin
    breaking up scar tissue (even indented scars)


    1 teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar (Cider Vinegar in general)
    2 teaspoons Cooled-down green tea
    5 teaspoons Sugar
    Stir a little bit, to mix
    and add 1 teaspoon Honey
    Stir to mix, and add 2 more teaspoons of Sugar
    to made the mixture thicker.

    Transfer some to a small bottle
    and place in your fridge.

    Be sure, that your skin is clean before
    applying this, and use a cotton pad
    if you can, to even it out.

    With your fingertips massage the
    area for 2-5 minutes, and then let it
    sit for another 10minutes.

    When it's all said and done, you can rinse it off
    and exfoliate again, you should be able to feel the
    effects, not long after. ^.^


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What Girls Said 3

  • You can use tea tree oil or even better a coffee scrub! It lightens stretch marks and scars over time. If you are too lazy too make your own, Frankbody is a great coffee scrub, I prefer the coconut one xx

  • There is a patch that works really well. I've used it and it works great for me but i'm not sure it js available in your country :/

    But you can find it online or drug store, ask them whether they have silicon gel sheet. You can see all reviews online as well. It is commonly used after plastic surgery or any types of surgery to remove scars :)

  • I've heard cocoa butter helps. Time helps a bit too. I cut until about 2 1/2 years ago and most of my scars are almost completely faded now.