The omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants in coconut oil have been shown to inhibit keloid scar tissue formation. It’s also super moisturizing, which can help minimize the appearance of scars.
Frankincense oil has long be used to heal skin blemishes like moles and skin tags, but it’s also said to help decrease the appearance of scars. It can be applied straight to skin or mixed with a carrier oil to lessen the intensity.
Aloe vera can help lessen the inflammation associated with scar tissue, thus making them look less noticeable.
Because it’s rich in vitamin E and Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids, wheat germ oil can help regenerate, nourish and hydrate skin. Massaging wheat germ oil into scars can help accelerate blood circulation, which in turn will rejuvenate the skin underneath and improve the absorption of vital nutrients.
Derived from rose seeds, rosehip oil is a natural source of fatty acids and vitamins that fight the signs of aging and smooth skin. It’s said to help fade dark spots, scars, and stretch marks—all while giving your skin a healthy dose of hydration and a youthful glow.
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