How to Treat Chicken Pox Scars

 Get a punch excision:

This is a method where scars are removed by a doctor cutting into the skin surrounding a scar and removing it.  The doctor will use a round, sharp-edged tool to remove the skin surrounding the scar. Then, she will close up the skin surrounding the wound.    The main downside to a punch excision is that it also leaves behind scars; however, the scars are much lighter and smaller than the original.

 Try the punch elevation method

 The punch elevation method is usually used to treat deeper, more set in scars. This is a surgical method and will involve the use of local anesthetics but may be effective if your scars are particularly deep.

 Try a chemical peel

A chemical peel is a procedure in which the top layer of your skin is removed. This can reduce the appearance of chickenpox scars.

Ask about laser therapy

 Laser therapy is sometimes preferable to other methods as it's a non-invasive procedure with a fairly low risk of causing scars. It will not completely remove chickenpox scars but will lessen their appearance

 Use a silicone-based cream that contains zinc

 If you're treating chickenpox scars in young children, procedures like punch excisions and chemical peels are not the best option. Try using a silicone-based cream that contains zinc. 

 Apply vitamin E oil

 Vitamin E oil is considered a natural antioxidant. As such, it may help to speed up the healing process of the skin. This could potentially help your chickenpox scars fade.

Try lemon juice.

 Lemon juice has been known to clear up dark spots on skin for some. This may be because it contains vitamin C and citric acid, which both act like exfoliating agents and remove the outer layer of the skin. Try using lemon juice and see if it has an effect.