Chickenpox, which used to be an easily contractible virus pre chickenpox vaccine, has left lasting reminders for many adults today as a result of picking or scratching the virus as a child. Much of the scarring on the body is easy to overlook; however, facial scarring continues to bother many throughout their adult lives.
About the Treatment of Chicken Pox Scars
While chickenpox scars gradually fade over time, sometimes they require professional treatments to completely disappear. Although some less invasive treatments, such as ointments (Mederma), silicone sheets, bleaching creams, and exfoliating scrubs can provide some reduction in their prominence, especially with newer scars, oftentimes office-based cosmetic medical care is the only true alternative to provide long-term, noticeable results.
Medical Procedures to reduce the appearance of Chicken Pox Scars