Scarring is part of the body's incredible natural healing process after the skin has been cut or damaged.


When the skin is wounded, the tissues break apart, which causes a protein called collagen to be released. Collagen builds up where the tissue is damaged, causing a scar, helping to heal and strengthen the wound.

Scars appear in many different shapes and sizes, depending on the severity of the wound. Some are large and painful, while others can be smooth and barely visible.

What are keloid scars?

Raised scars, also known as keloids, grow and extend beyond the injured area. Depending on their size, type and location, keloid scars can look unsightly and may even restrict body movement.

Treatments can reduce any discomfort and help scars heal faster, but many simply fade away over time as the body repairs itself.

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