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How to get rid of these scares caused because of chicken pox ?

I got chickenpox in 2008. Now I am 15. The chicken pox left two scars on my face . I tried many natural home remidies but it doesn t even work a bit. Recetly I saw a video about how to get rid of scars and it said to apply a lemon juice. When I applied a lemon juice on my skin , it burnt my skin. Now I got a burnt mark on my face. Is there any natural way to get rid of this scars othar than laser treatment.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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Home remedies can sometimes backfire, please be careful next time. Other then laser, there are cosmetic treatments like microdermabrasion, dermaroller etc which help in reducing scars. The idea behind them is, to gently peel the top layer of skin that has scars, and fresh skin looks better.
You can visit a cosmetic clinic in your city. And enquire more abt this. Its a common proceudure these days.

If you dont find it comfrtable, then just learn to live with it, lot of people have it, +they fade with age. And you are only 15, there are good chances of them reducing in few years.


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