At one point in your life, chicken pox will knock at your door and say hello. It is best if you get it when you are younger, since your skin rejuvenates faster and minimizes the possibility of scarring. Apparently, that’s not how it goes for many people, though.
You don’t know what happened. One minute, you were busy preparing dinner in the kitchen and the next thing you knew, you had a swollen, burned hand. You may want to blame it on your toddler for suddenly running into the kitchen, or your husband for barging through the door as if he was running away from someone, but the truth is, it’s nobody’s fault. Accidents happen to everyone.
Wounds and burns are common things that can happen at any time in our daily lives – and sometimes they can happen not to us, but to the people around us. Thus, you should know at least one first aid treatment to use should the unfortunate event of an emergency should happen. Even small wounds, cuts and burns need to be treated, too. It’s a good thing that there are a lot of natural and old treatments that are still used up to today.
Acne, surgical operation, burns, wounds, injuries and accidents– what do these things have in common? Aside from the pain you will experience during and after the incident, these things could lead to scars. After all, scar formation is your skin’s biological way of repairing wounds and other damaged tissues in your body.