5 Amazing Home Remedies For Managing Skin Scrapes

Home Remedies For Managing Skin Scrapes

Scrapes are wounds that tear off or rub the skin. Most of the abrasions (scrapes) are shallow. These scrapes are caused by the exterior damage on the skin’s upper layers. But, sometimes some scrapes can remove various skin’s layers. Generally, there would be little bleeding from the scrape. When the legs and arms are exposed in the warm climate or warm weather, then there is a higher chance to get affected with skin scrapes. They also occur as a result of falls or accidents. The appearance of scrapes on the skin can also be the result of rubbing against the hard surface like ground, carpet, sidewalk, and road rash etc. Scrapes can arise on any body part but generally affect the bony areas like shins, forearms, knees, and hands. Since scrapes are minor, home remedies work wonder in managing them. We will explain some marvelous home remedies for reducing skin scrapes.

Below Are The 5 Amazing Home Remedies For Managing Skin Scrapes:

1. Clean The Wound

As soon as the scrape occurs on the skin, you need to clean it thoroughly. Take the disinfectant soap and wash the skin thoroughly so as to eliminate all the foreign debris.[1] Then, pat dry the injured skin with the help of the clean washcloth. Lateral; apply the antiseptic cream on your affected skin. Now, apply the protective dressing.

Clean The Wound

2. Lavender Oil

Lavender oil is loaded with powerful anti-septic compounds. Hence, it works greatly in healing the abrasions.[2] It not only disinfects the wound but also greatly helps in healing the wound rapidly. Take three to five drops of this oil and add it to some thyme tea. You are required to apply this mixture on the affected area for one or two times per day.

Lavender Oil

3. Aloe Vera Gel

Amazing healing properties in aloe vera gel work tremendously well in soothing the various types of skin problems including an abrasion. Hence, application of aloe vera gel is considered as an effective natural remedy for healing the abrasions.[3] Although aloe vera gel is available in most of the stores, it is always better to make use of fresh aloe vera gel which is extracted from the leaf. Extract some gel from the leaf and apply directly on the abrasion. Then cover the affected area with the help of the cotton bandage. Apply aloe vera gel for 1 or 2 times regularly, until it is completely healed.

Aloe Vera Gel

4. Indian Lilac

Indian lilac is also known as azadirachta indica. In fact, its medicinal properties in healing various skin issues have been in use since ancient times. It is loaded with amazing anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties.[4] Hence, the symptoms of an abrasion can be easily controlled by Indian lilac. All you have to do is to make a decoction with the Indian lilac. This can be made by boiling some leaves of the Indian lilac in the water. You need to keep boiling the mixture for fifteen to twenty minutes. Let the mixture cool for some time, and then strain it. After that, use this decoction for washing your affected skin. This remedy must be followed only one time in a day.

Indian Lilac

5. Turmeric

Turmeric is known for its many helpful skin functions. Turmeric paste must be applied to get rid of abrasion, traumatic swelling or bruise.[5] Take some turmeric powder and add some water to it. Apply this paste on the affected area. Alternatively, you can take one half teaspoon of turmeric and add pinch of salt to it. This mixture also can be applied on the affected area. This remedy works wonder in relieving you from the inflammation, swelling and pain associated with abrasion.

Turmeric