Keloids are types of scars that a surface of fibroid tissue on the skin that is recovering from a wound form. It is known to extend beyond the original wound. When a person receives a wound from injury scar usually it develops during healing. Scars are generally formed by collagen. In some cases, too much protein around the wound area and these results in the development of keloids. Usually they spread over the skin and in some cases can become itchy.
they are not contagious, but can develop into ulcers, such as if infected. While most cases of occurrence are performed when a wound has occurred in some cases may take place in an area of skin that has been attacked by acne or an area that has been punctured. There are different ways of treating keloid scars there.
List of home remedies:
Lemon juice: Apply some fresh lemon on the affected skin. Leave it on for about 30 minutes then rinse with warm water.
Apple cider vinegar: Apply a few drops of vinegar directly over the damaged and leave for a few minutes skin. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day.
Aloe Vera: First clean the damaged area and apply some aloe vera gel directly on the scar daily 2 times a day
Lavender oil: Apply a few drops of lavender oil and massage thoroughly for two minutes. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day.
Honey: Take 4 teaspoons of lemon juice and honey; add 3 teaspoons of plain yogurt and 1 egg to it. Mix well and apply on the scars and leave for about 15 minutes before rinsing with water.
Garlic: crushed some garlic cloves and apply to the affected area to treat this skin problem at home. Be sure to stop treatment if you feel any burning sensation.
Sodium bicarbonate: Take 1 teaspoon baking soda with 3 teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide. Mix well and apply on damaged by the use of any skin clean cotton cloth. Leave it on for about 15 minutes and then wash off with warm water. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E layer of healthy skin develop its natural properties reduce the appearance of scars naturally they include vitamin E in your regular diet. Vitamin E oil is known for its ability to heal scars, aiding in skin regeneration. You can use up to three times a day and is known to help soften the collagen fibers that scars are formed.
Sandalwood and Black Gram: Take some sandalwood powder and black gram in an amount equal to add a little water to make a paste. Apply the paste on the scars and leave overnight
Fuller’s earth, lime juice and rose water: Take 1 tablespoon of fuller’s earth, water and lemon juice rose. Mix well to form a paste. Then a massage with the paste on the affected skin.