Smallpox Scars Do Not Break Even Though Healed?
Hello. Want to ask. My child is 10 years old. A few years ago (I forgot exactly) he got smallpox. There is smallpox that is not broken. But apparently not deflated too. In other parts, the pox is cured, because at that time the doctor’s medicine was also taking. Over time I noticed the increase in the size of the scars. Like being hit by a cigarette, there was a liquid inside. And it should be done with the former smallpox. Thanks
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Basically the existence of wounds on the skin can cause scars. The scars that appear depend on the type of injury that occurred before, the wound will leave an if the wound that occurs to the deepest layers of the skin. Then it will cause scars and changes in the structure of the skin. If the wound is added to an infection it will increasingly make marks on the skin.
The healing of wounds and scars varies greatly from person to person, depending on the cause and the nutrition that is obtained. There are several things that can cause difficult wounds to heal and scar, including: inflammation, infection, recurrent friction, lack of nut crises such as protein and vitamin C, and inadequate treatment.
There are several things you can do to reduce scars on the skin, including:
Apply honey wounds Apply Aloeevera on scars with coconut oil, keep skin hydrated with lotion. Hopefully this will be useful. Always Healthy 😊