The older chicken pox scars the tougher they are to remove, but usually with time most chicken pox scars fade. Certain diet inclusions containing vitamin E and K, adequate hydration etc can help in overcoming this situation. But if these do not help you need to see a dermatologist for further help on this. At the clinic there are a variety of treatments like topical applications, microdermabrasion, photo rejuvenation, laser treatments etc which can be chosen with the advise of your dermatologist for treating these scars. Best.
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