5 Home Remedies For Painful Keloidsadmin
Keloids can be an unsightly ailment resulting from overactive scarring.
When you get a wound, the usual healing process involves new skin to grow over the damaged or missing parts. This results in very little scar tissue.
Sometimes scar tissue begins to grow past the required size of the wound and this is called a keloid.
Keloids that occur near joints and soft tissue can restrict movement, and can be painful and itchy.
Here are a few natural methods to cure keliods:
Apple cider vinegar
Clean the area, wet with apple cider vinegar and let it dry. Repeat this on the affected area a few times. If this irritates the keloid, dilute the vinegar.
Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)
Drench baking soda with an equal measure of hydrogen peroxide and apply on the affected area and let it dry. Clean and reapply as needed. Baking soda is abrasive and gently exfoliates the skin.
Freshly crushed cloves of garlic or garlic oil can also be applied to keloids. Garlic may irritate some skin types, so always test in a small spot before applying it to the area.
Sandalwood and honey
Mix sandalwood powder with honey to prepare a paste for applying over the affected skin. Let it dry, rinse off with warm water and reapply as needed. Both these ingredients have many properties for soothing irritable and sensitive skin.
Whether using commercial or home made products for treating keloids, it is important to keep the area comfortable and well moisturized. This is especially true if using abrasive treatments on the keloids. Aloe vera is a natural and powerful skin moisturizer that should be applied before sleeping.
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