How to Prevent and Fade Scars Naturally

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Today, you will learn how to treat and prevent scars using banana, musk rose, and aloe vera.

When we talk about beauty, the first thing that usually comes to mind is skincare, right?

After a lot of research, we always find a common ingredient to make skin more hydrated and lend it a glow. Do you know what we are talking about? It’s aloe vera!

Have you ever used anything with aloe vera on your skin? Tell us in the comments, we love hearing from you!

But today, you will learn how to treat and prevent scars using banana, musk rose, and aloe.

Old scars are the hardest ones to remove, but they can be more subtle, even, and have better mobility.

The causes for scars are many, the most common being cuts for surgery, severe acne, burns, tattoos, traumatic wounds, and vaccines.

Healing is a natural process of repairing the skin and happens after the rupture of skin tissue.

Usually, around 60 days, scars are completely healed, not hurting or itching, but can still be darker than the skin around, raised, or glued to the muscle. After this healing period, you can start the treatment with aloe.

Aloe vera has moisturizing and healing action. Its hydrating power also helps with wrinkles and fine lines, keeping the skin moisturized.

And since it is anti-inflammatory, soothing, and healing, it contributes to healing scars, acne spots, and removing stains.

So, did you know these uses for aloe, musk rose, and banana peel?

Tell us what uses you knew for these ingredients, and if there is a way of using them that was not mentioned in the video, share it with us.

0:00 How to Prevent and Fade Scars Naturally
1:14 Using Aloe Vera and Musk Rose Oil on Scars
2:22 How To Fade Acne Scars With Banana Peel



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