Skin imperfections are most often than not unavoidable for people and it ranges from acne scars to wrinkles. However, the good news is that corrective action can be taken to minimize the imperfections shown. Some may require surgical interventions or medical procedures while others could be corrected using natural remedies or over the counter medicines. A dermatologist should be consulted if natural remedies don’t seem to work.
Treatment of scars
Some products that are sold over the counter in pharmacies like topical steroids can be used to reduce acne scars, inflammation or irritated and swollen skin. Most pigmentation removal that is excessive can be reduced using a cream such as Hydrocortisone that can be purchased without a prescription. However, it is important to monitor the use of such medicine as prolonged use can cause the skin to dry and break down. Onion skin products are also helpful in repairing scarred tissue and reducing the marks so look for products that have onion skin ingredients.
Soft tissue injections for wrinkles
Dermal filler injections such as chin fillers Singapore are the more recently found approaches to getting rid of wrinkles. These forms of soft tissue injections are effective and usually last for several months depending on many variables such as the efficacy of the product being used or the depth of the wrinkles or the location of the area. These treatments are however, less costly than a face lift but requires consistent repeat treatments in order to show results and be effective. The time frames of the repeat procedures vary from person to person depending on the types of wrinkles and success of the initial treatment.
Application of green tea extract and cream
Green tea has anti-inflammatory properties and anti-oxidants in their chemical compounds called phenols. Thus, applying green tea topically will benefit in repairing the scar tissue. Every scar is different and green tea extract was particularly found to be good in treating scars called the keloid scars. There are also green tea extract creams that can be purchased over the counter or online. It is also simple to make your own green tea extract cream as there is no absolute recipe. Keep in mind however, that you have to adjust the recipe to suit your skin as each individual has a different type. The basic ingredients you would need to make a handful are two tablespoons of green tea added in about ¾ of hot water. After letting it simmer, straining it and mixing it with a basic emollient cream without any preservatives after letting it completely dry overnight will give you your basic home-made green tea extract cream.