After you clean your wound , there are several things you can do to improve the speed of wound healing and reduce the potential for scarring.
Honey was used to fight infection up until the early 20th century. However, the grade-A processed honey you find at the grocery store is typically nothing more than high-fructose syrup and may actually increase your risk of infection. Instead, use raw Ma honey. This honey is produced by bees foraging on flowers and may be more effective than antibiotics against some forms of bacteria.
Virgin coconut oil has dual benefits of keeping your skin moist and improving your fibroblast proliferation and wound healing. Use only virgin coconut oil on the area twice daily.
3. Avoid smoking
Avoid smoking. Wound healing requires good blood supply and smoking reduces blood supply to your skin through vasoconstriction, and smoking reduces your absorption of vitamin A, necessary for skin health and healing.
There are several choices you can make each day that will reduce your healing time and improve your overall health. They include carrots, citrus fruits, dark leafy vegetables