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Are Keloids a Problem for You?

By on January 7, 2011

Keloids are the ugly house guest to the acne scar that just won’t leave.  Keloids are scar tissue that has grown beyond the boundary of the normal skin. In almost all cases, keloids appear as irregular, large skin folds that continue to enlarge with time.  Once a keloid has occurred, it very rarely disappears on its own. Most attempts to treat keloids by surgery can actually worsen the appearance and promote more growth. Why keloids occur is not fully understood but they are most common in:

– Blacks
– Dark skinned individuals
– Asians

Keloids can occur in all age groups and both genders. Caucasians generally do not form keloids. No body part is immune from keloids but they do tend to occur on any surgery incision site, pierced ears, chest, shoulders,  back, and even on the face. Keloids can be treated to reduce the size by:


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One Comment

  1. David

    May 14, 2012 at 12:42 am

    I have a keloid on the back of my head how do I treat it any thing please help

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