Every time you break your skin deep enough from a cut, fall, an accident to a burn, you risk a permanent scar. However, I discovered a natural way to help protect the area from permanent scarring–that is if you get to the wound immediately for this treatment of early scar prevention.
Unfortunately, I learned of this skin care tip for early scar prevention too late for my experience with a chemical peel that I shared with you earlier and the small scar it had left me. Needless to say, I used other methods to fade that scar. If I had known about the power of aloe vera juice and vitamin E oil together, I might have been saved all the upset and trouble of a permanent scar that this product had left behind that I had to work on.
I did not personally try the aloe vera juice and vitamin E oil method on my own skin, but this combination of the two did help my aunt after a gash on her arm from a fall. The important thing to remember is after you cleanse the wound, you need to apply fresh aloe vera juice taken from a leaf directly from your aloe vera plant, not a commercial form along with the vitamin E oil.
The reason the aloe vera needs to come directly from the source over a bottle is because the plant’s lectins, which are proteins that allow blood cells to band together like a natural bandage while its other 75 active compounds, polysaccharides, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and minerals deal with inflammation, infection and regeneration of the skin are most potent. Once this aloe vera juice and those active phytochemicals mix with some vitamin E oil, granulation (the red, rawness) of the tissue accelerates for quicker healing of the wound.
Depending on your wound and the extent of the damage, the amount for each of these wound healing ingredients will be determined by you. My aunt just told me that she treated her arm in this fashion twice a day without developing a scar to her amazement thanks to her co-worker, who shared this original tip.
I honestly hope that you never need to use this early scar prevention tip. With this in mind, do take this advice to heart because it could save the beauty of your skin in the future.
I have used the aloe vera for years. It does help and I have a huge plant that needs repotting now! I also have heard of using the vitamin E although have no tried that in combination with it. I am always managing to get cut and scraped!
I need to get an aloe plant. lol.