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Keloid Removal

Not frequently in an otherwise normal wound, the scar develops a tendency to excessive growth. Sometimes, the entire scar is affected; at other times the condition is segmented....
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Not frequently in an otherwise normal wound, the scar develops a tendency to excessive growth. Sometimes, the entire scar is affected; at other times the condition is segmented. This keloid tendency is unexplainable, unpredictable, and unavoidable in some individuals.

There are many ways on how to treat keloids. Though, there are those who do not want to bear the problem anymore, they just decide on whether they want to have it removed. This is because there are instances where keloids continue growing in spite of the fact that the wounds has already healed.

These processes may involve surgeries but it must be kept in mind that keloid removal is not entirely based on the removal process itself. They should be accompanied by some skin care products that contain natural ingredients.

Today, there skin care products that contain only biological substances, they are responsible in stimulating the formation of collagen in our skin so the natural healing process is done in the affected area.

These kinds of products should be used after keloid removal treatment, this way it will help the skin rejuvenate, start anew and prevent the keloid from creating further damage or irritation on the person affected.

The Removal Process

For people who have extreme cases of keloid formations, it is best to have it removed through surgery. In this kind of procedure, the specialists use an electron beam radiation, which penetrates deep into the skin but not deep enough to reach the internal organs. This, in turn, will be able to get rid of keloids that tend to obstruct the normal growth of the wounds or skin.

It is recommended to visit a qualified dermatologist, who specializes in cosmetic surgery, so as to ensure quality of operative measures. This is because, keloids may get worsen if the process is not done properly.

Moreover, these professionals have the skills and know the tricks to minimize, if not completely remove scars or keloids. A cosmetic surgeon will often use a row of dissolvable stitches below the surface of the skin and an additional layer of top stitches. The top layer comes out in just a few days, after the skin edges adhere, and the underlying stitches keep the wound closed until it is completely healed.

After the procedure, it is important to maintain the rejuvenation of the skin through skin care products that have natural ingredients or biological substances. This is because the keloids will have the tendency to go back if not properly managed well.

Natural products like the ones that contain elicina or Aloe Vera are much recommended. Both are used extensively to help heal burns and reduce scarring. They contain a number of active ingredients that are useful in wound healing, especially in case of Elicina. It helps reduce inflammation, swelling, and itching, and it attracts and maintains moisture at the wound or burn site, which also promotes healing.

So, it is best to use natural ingredients so as to minimize further skin problems. This is because skin care products that have natural ingredients are said to be effective and at the same time mild and friendlier to our skin.

Short note about the author

Martha Fitzharris is a free lance journalist for http://www.naturalbioskincare.com a website offering a new biological natural skin care product that activates skin renewal for a healthy skin.

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