Keloids can develop following the minor injuries that occur with body piercing. Since this form of physical adornment has become popular, the presence of keloidal scarring is much more prevalent. Since doctors do not understand the precise reasons why some people are more prone to developing keloids, it is impossible to predict whether one's first piercing will lead to keloid formation. Although there are some families that seem prone to forming keloids, for the most part, it's impossible to tell who will develop a keloid. One person might, for instance, develop a keloid in one earlobe after piercing and not in the other. It makes sense, however, for someone who has formed one keloid to avoid any elective surgery or cosmetic piercing of any body part.
Another keloid scar removal treatment is surgery. This is the most expensive type of treatment, and with any surgery, there are a few risks, such as infection at the surgery site. The treatment for keloids by surgery is less sought after because it isn’t always beneficial and may even cause another keloid to present itself, or make the current keloid even larger if it comes back after surgery. You may be offered the choice of having radiation done after the surgery to further the benefits, or your surgeon may inject the site with steroids.
A bumpy, wrinkled and scarred skin always seems undesirable. A person’s appearance is influenced by the tone and texture of the skin. There’s nothing to hide the unsightly appearance of scarred skin and some other skincare issues. Due to this, a lot of people look for solutions to skincare problems. If you think there’s a magic pill to resolve the issues, you’re doomed. You need to address your problems through a combination of various activities, including right skin care procedures and healthy habits. Here are some of the most common skincare problems, and tips to fix them.