Scarring is a mark left on the surface of the skin. The appearance of scarring can come in a number of forms, often depending on the cause of the scar. These irregularities can develop on any part of the body or the face and can vary in size, shape or colour.
Scars will usually start off red or purple in colour, becoming paler in tone as they get older. Their texture is usually quite soft and smooth and they can become raised, indented or sit flush with the skin’s surface. The look and feel of a scar can affect people differently, and its location can often be the cause for concern.
In general, scarring is caused by a cut or tear to the skin and tissues. The skin will naturally work to repair itself in this instance and collagen is produced at the damaged site to help knit the skin back together. Collagen is unlike the texture and tone of the normal skin that surrounds it, which accounts for its difference in appearance.
There are many types of scarring, including:
Treating the appearance of a scar will require an individual approach, depending on what type of scarring is to be addressed. The Facebible is an aesthetic clinic that focuses on performing non-invasive procedures in order to improve or enhance one’s appearance. We provide an effective treatment when a person is concerned with the appearance of acne scars. Clearskin for acne and acne scarring can improve the complexion’s tone and texture to create a smooth surface that also reduces any issues with pigmentation (discolouration of the skin).
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