7. Tea Tree Oil
Aside from lavender oil, there are also a few other oils that work exceptionally for battling keloids. One of the oils that works best is tea tree oil, thanks to the antiseptic properties it possesses. It has been used for quite some time in order to treat various skin conditions, keloids included. For tea tree oil to work for you, you must rub it directly on the keloids for a few minutes and then wash the area off with water. Try to repeat at least once or twice a day so you can enjoy clean and healthy skin.
Garlic is another way for you to get rid of a keloid scar without leaving the house, as most people have garlic in their pantry for cooking purposes. When it comes to maintaining good health, garlic has so many “anti bad things” properties that are simply a delight. Take a few cloves of garlic and crush them up so you can put them on your keloid or keloids afterwards. The antibacterial properties will help clear up the scars if you stick to the remedy and repeat it on a daily basis, allowing the crushed cloves of garlic to sink in for around ten minutes.