Wanting to know how to fade scars. Doesn’t it sound familiar? Doesn’t it sound too close to home? 

Surgery scars, acne scars, and dark spots can take a long time to fade. And that’s okay, there’s nothing wrong with scars.

But if you’re looking for a non-invasive way to banish scars, let’s talk about the three key steps. 

Step 1. Exfoliate. 

New skin cells are constantly breeding like crazy while the old ones are dying and shedding off your body. This is called cell turnover. 

Exfoliation speeds up this process by removing the build up of old, dead cells and bringing the newbies to the surface. 

After exfoliating for a while, increased cell turnover helps to repair damaged tissue, fade scars and marks, and keep your skin looking fresh and bright. 

And when you exfoliate with my Rosehip Body Scrub & Cleanser, you not only get the benefits of exfoliating. You also benefit from rosehip oil for skin so bright you’ll need sunglasses.

Step 2. Hydrate.

Rosehip oil is full of vitamin C, fatty acids, and healing properties.

  • Juicy vitamin C is an antioxidant, which stimulates your skin to repair itself naturally. 
  • Fatty acids make your cells softer and better equipped to heal more quickly. 
  • Rosehip’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help prevent further infection while healing. 

Keeping your skin hydrated is important while healing because drying out can lead to tearing and more scarring. If you’ve ever picked a scab you know what I mean.

My Rosehip Dry Body Oil is made up of a blend of three nourishing oils to keep you hydrated and promote new skin growth. 

While you can’t wave scars away with a magic wand (sad, I know) you can definitely speed up the healing process.

Step 3. Consistency

Consistency is your friend when it comes to healing scars (not like watering your plants only after they’ve turned brown or only flossing before the dentist).

Exfoliate and hydrate 2-3 times a week consistently for over three months. Trust me. 

Use my rosehip duo together in the Grab My (Rose)Hips Kit (and save a little extra too).

Want to read more how-to guides for your skin and beyond? Check out my blog, babe.