Keloids are scars that appear on parts of the body exposed to injuries from surgical cuts, vaccination or body piercings. Most keloids develop additional tissues that steadily grow and extend beyond the injury site. Some Keloid scars can be easily concealed beneath clothes or behind hair. But those that appear on the face or other exposed parts of the body may affect the patient appearances and, subsequently, their self-confidence.
Currently, no surgical or medical treatments that can make keloid completely vanish. Nonetheless, considerable reduction of the keloid to match the tone, colour and texture of the skin can be achieved via a variety of existing medical procedures. Read more