10 Effective Home Remedies to Remove Measles Marks

(Last Updated On: August 22, 2017)

Are you down with measles? Are those ugly measles scars on your body troubling you? If you nodded along in agreement, then choosing some effective home remedies can help you remove the scars due to measles substantially. And, if you are still racking your brains thinking about different ways to get rid of these measles scars, think no further. Read on to learn all about it.

What Is Measles?

Measles is a contagious viral disease characterized by the appearance of rashes throughout your body. It commonly affects children. Eventually rash blisters heal, dry, and vanish, leaving behind tiny red or white marks or scars all over your body. Measles scars are quite embarrassing, and you may feel less confident, irritated, and experience dampened self-esteem with the marks present all over your body. So, let’s have a look at some effective home remedies to eliminate the measles scars from your body.

12 Effective Home Remedies To Remove Measles Marks

  1. Sandalwood

Sandalwood offers soothing effect to your skin and alleviates the measles marks effectively. It is one of the most effective home remedies to minimize scars on your skin.

  • Add some drops of water to the sandalwood powder, make a paste, and apply it over the scars on your skin. Let it dry for about 15 minutes. Later, wash it with cold water.
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Dr. Hirna Bhatt holds a Master degree in Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University U.K and a Master degree in Acupuncture from Nagpur University. She is specialized in musculoskeletal conditions and have over 3 years of experience in treating patients. Besides working as a therapist, she has keen interest in painting and craft work. She quotes, “Do what makes you happy, success comes in that happiness.”


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