*Guest Post by Delan*
Getting tattoos is a great way to let your creativity shine and show the world a little bit about yourself and what you stand for without having to say a word. However, there is a healing period that follows once the ink is embedded beneath the skin.
From an open wound to itching, scabs, and more, it can feel like months as you wait for these common symptoms to subside and truly enjoy your new body art. There are five natural home remedy options you can employ to aid in the tattoo healing process you won’t want to pass up. [Keep Reading]
I wouldn’t say I’m accident prone, but I sure have a lot of scars.
In grade 8 I caught my left middle finger ring on the side of my school bus and it sliced my finger so deep, the scar is still evident to this day.
After a lovely Thanksgiving ravaged by Chicken Pox, I managed to come away with minimal scarring except for one noticeable bit on my right eyebrow.
Interested in swimming with the sharks? Don’t worry about them biting you, it was a trigger fish that took a chunk out of my foot and left me marred.
Again, I wouldn’t quite call this accident prone, just unfortunate. [Keep Reading]
Scars come in all shapes and sizes. They can mark your face or body; they have no preference. The good news is however, the quicker you start to treat your scars, the more likely you will succeed in making them disappear.
Back in February, V shared a Quick and Easy Homemade Scar Treatment with you. It detailed the how, the why and of course, the quick fix so I won’t bore you with redundancy. Instead, I will regale you with a bevy of even more natural scar remedies so you too can have perfectly unmarred skin! [Keep Reading]
Whether it is from a childhood incident, minor accident or even acne, scars happen. Though they might be a fact of life, that doesn’t mean we have to like it. Or even resign to getting used to them.
Personally, I have scars from scratching my chicken pox as a child, walking into a tree as a teenager and a very unfortunate battle with a trigger fish in Thailand. Though I am simultaneously embarrassed and proud of my fish bite scar, I’d rather not live with the others.
After some serious online digging and researching, I understand the formation of scarring more and best of all, how to reduce its appearance. Since sharing is caring, here’s what I learned and why I decided to use a homemade scar treatment instead. [Keep Reading]