Natural Scar Prevention Products Stoneham MA

Want to Prevent a Scar? Manuka honey’s antibacterial properties actually lift dirt from the bed of the wound and help battle infection—a key to preventing a scar from forming in the first place. Manuka’s particularly high vitamin C content also leads to a faster rate of tissue regeneration and inflammation suppression.

Green Street Natural Food
(781) 662-7741
164 Green St
Melrose, MA

Data Provided by:
Natural Food Exchange
(781) 944-8498
343 Main Street
Reading, MA

Data Provided by:
Whole Foods Market
(617) 389-3519
9 Commercial St
Everett, MA
 
Cambridge Naturals
(617) 492-4452
23 White St.
Cambridge, MA
 
Harvest Co-op Markets
(617) 524-1667
57 South St.
Jamaica Plain, MA

Data Provided by:
Green Street Natural Food
(781) 662-7741
164 Green St
Melrose, MA
 
Natural Food Exchange
(781) 944-8498
343 Main Street
Reading, MA
 
Whole Foods Market
(781) 444-0700
125 Cambridge Park Dr Ste 30
Cambridge, MA
 
Cambridge Naturals
(617) 492-4452
23 White St.
Cambridge, MA

Data Provided by:
Harvest Co-op Markets
(617) 661-1580
581 Massachusetts Ave (Central Square)
Cambridge, MA
 
Data Provided by:

Alternative Scar Treatments

Provided by: 

By Nicole Duncan

Heal scars naturally with these tips from Seattle-based naturopath Tamara Cullen, ND:

Want to Prevent a Scar? Manuka honey’s antibacterial properties actually lift dirt from the bed of the wound and help battle infection—a key to preventing a scar from forming in the first place. Manuka’s particularly high vitamin C content also leads to a faster rate of tissue regeneration and inflammation suppression. Applying aloe vera to a cut also works well when it comes to scar prevention; the allantoin in the aloe plant stimulates new cell growth.

Have a New Scar? Calendula cream, which is high in flavonoids, helps strengthen skin. Use it along with vitamin E oil; its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties soften skin and promote healing.

Have an Old Scar? Once scar tissue forms, there’s not a lot you can do. But Barbara Close, author of Pure Skin (Chronicle, 2005), recommends trying products with frankincense, which has been shown to soothe aging skin, and geranium, which has anti-inflammatory components that heal and regenerate skin.

For Stretch Marks: Try gotu kola (Centella asiatica), an ayurvedic herb that offers antibiotic and wound-healing properties. Take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of a tincture daily, or 300 to 400 mgs a day in capsule form.

Author: Nicole Duncan

Copyright 1999-2009 Natural Solutions: Vibrant Health, Balanced Living/Alternative Medicine/InnoVisi...