What Is Scar Removal?
The body naturally heals and replaces damaged or lost skin, leaving behind scars composed of fibrous tissue. Although a scar is a part of the healing process, its appearance can be bothersome to some people. Following skin trauma, healthy cells migrate to the wound and multiply in order for the skin to regenerate itself and protect itself against infection and then close the damaged areas to complete the healing process, Scarring may be caused by a variety of reasons, such as infections, surgery, injuries, severe acne, or inflammation of the tissue. Scars may appear anywhere on the body, and their composition may vary. Scars may appear flat, lumpy, sunken, colored, or itchy. There are many factors, including skin type and location on the body, wound type, age of the person with the scar, and nutritional status that make the final appearance of a scar varies.