How To Get Rid Of Scar Tissue

How to Get Rid Of Scar Tissues

Scar On A Body:

A scar formation is the natural response to an injury by the body. Many causes are behind the formation of a scar such as deep lacerations, burns and a variety of various injuries that can that can penetrate the skin and its surface. Within three to four days of inflicting an injury, a scab is formed by the skin naturally. When ten days pass then the body will officially slough off the scab after shrinking it to lay down the collagen fibers to strengthen the site of injury. The recovery of the tissue that was injured takes from an average of three to four months or even a period of a year and then returns to its full-fledged strength. Scar tissue formation also results into growth of certain diseases such as acne and other skin disorders. There is a host of traumatic events that can end up in creating the scar and it does not matters which particular event that had caused the scar, they all will have something in common. Any long-terms problems or even concerns can be immediately dismissed by prompt actions such as exercises, massaging, warming and others.

Scar Traits:

Scar formation and its extent differs from a person to another, there are characteristics that can define the extent of a scar formation and they are mentioned as following:

  • Tightening of the skin takes place
  • It has to be managed properly or else it will end up in dying up and reopening up to form a wound. Skin Grafts are true example of the same: they never produce any oil or sweat.

Long-Term Effects:

People should be trained well enough to manage their scars, pimples and acne before they end up in showing some effects that will last the distance until a scar exist on a body. A scar’s primary constituent is collagen and ends up in prohibiting the flow of blood across the veins. A scar is also quite susceptible to dysfunction because of the region devoid of blood flow and lymph drainage: if someone thinks that physical limitations of collagen tissue is all that he needs to worry about.

Phases of healing:

There are two primary phases of healing of a scar which are mentioned below. One is where it is immature and the other where it is mature.

  • Immature:

    The phase wherein the scar is fresh right after an injury and itches, pains a lot is sensitive to touch because of the nerve endings within the tissues start to heal. An average immature scar can be immediately identified by its color, which can is sore, fresh and deep red. The greatest effort that someone can do for his scar includes heat application, exercise and massage.

  • Mature:

    The transition of an immature scar turning to mature can be felt immediately with the observation of the color change from red to flesh. Scar Tissues immediately stop producing from three to eighteen months of the healing of the wound. Immediately after the stoppage of the production of the scar tissue, the scar is considered to be a mature one. A scar tissue production can be easily reduced in a mature scar. The following written below are some of them to help the reduction of the scar tissue production:

Techniques to counter the scar tissue production: The following methods are suggested below that can be helpful in the countering of the production of scar tissues.

  • Manual Lymph Drainage:

    It is important to get a proper amount of lymph circulation and employing apt drainage around the injured area. There are two drainage techniques: one which involves circular movements gently to drain within the scar itself or even a stretching action above; and below the scar start straight line motion and then circular motion.

  • Lemon Juice to Scars:

    Citric acid and Alpha Hydroxy acid are the two main components within a lemon juice that are entirely efficient and helpful in getting rid of the scars by: a. Removing the dead cells, b. Helping the growth of new cells, c. Getting elasticity to the skin, d. Enlightening the scars by acting as a natural bleaching agent. Some easy steps will be helpful to do the same: a. Clean the scar and the entire area surrounding above and below, b. Applying the lemon juice on a cotton ball, c. Rubbing the ball on the area where it is infected, and d. Within ten minutes of application of the same, rinsing the entire skin. The lemon skin makes the skin sensitive to light hence the sunscreen should be applied while going out.

  • Natural Honey:

    It is a natural moisturizer and very helpful in the fading of scars. Thus it is also very helpful in wound and their treatment and the regeneration of the tissue against its damage. Some simple steps are needed to be followed and effects will be automatically dispensed on the skin: a. Two tablespoons of raw honey with two tablespoons of baking soda should be mixed and massaged for two to three minutes on the affected area, b. Placing of a washcloth on the area of application, c. Usage of the washcloth to clean the area after it is cooled on the skin. An exfoliating wash can also be made by the mixing of two tablespoons of honey with a single tablespoon of baking soda, and is very helpful to fade the scars.

  • Onion Extract:

    The anti-inflammatory properties of onion make it a good inhibitor of the collagen production within a scar and hence its constant application makes the scar rapidly invisible. They are found more or less in the ointments and gels rubbed onto the scar. However people need to stay patient with the process before something positive actually turns up later. Déjà vu for the Aloe Vera which, due to its anti-inflammatory properties, is a good answer to get rid of irritations and then remove all the dead cells and skin from wounds.