Types Of Facial Scars

Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God's handwriting. Skin is the most important organ of our body that protects us from all the outer damages and bears all the wrecking on itself. Due to the various conditions sometimes from within us and sometimes from our surroundings our skin loses its beauty and health. For instance acne, burns, damage, environmental pollution effects, injury, medical procedures can cause a scar or marks on the skin.

 

At the point when an injury recuperates, it might in the long run transform into a scar. Facial scars come in various forms and might be caused by wounds, skin break out, acne, burns, or medical procedures. Since your face is always exposed to the environment, scars on your face may have a harder time to heal. Though you might have the capacity to conceal or secure different areas of your body while an injury heals, your face is open to the environment most of  the day. It may not be conceivable to completely secure injuries on the face as they recuperate, and it might be hard to keep medications (e.g., balms, creams) from rubbing without end. Fortunately in case you're hoping to treat facial scars, you have a great deal of alternatives to consider in herbal home remedies.

 

When an injury happens, your skin goes into prompt recovery mode and starts trying to close it up as fast as possible because your skin is in a rush to repair itself and replenish tissue, the collagen may not get spread out in the perfect pattern that makes up the rest of your skin. This hasty approach can result in a scar. An excessive amount of collagen makes a raised scar, while an absence of collagen makes an indented one.

 

These scars are the result of an overly aggressive healing process. They stretch out the first damage. After some time, a keloid scar may hamper development.

What Are The Types of Scars?

These are a few unique types of scars including:

Keloid Scars

These scars are the result of an overly aggressive healing process. They stretch out the first damage. After some time, a keloid scar may hamper development.

Contracture Scars

If your skin has been burned, you may have a contracture scar.These scars fix skin, which can debilitate your capacity to move. Contracture scars may also go deeper, influencing muscles and nerves.

Hypertrophic Scars

These are raised, red scars that are like keloids yet don't go beyond the boundary of the damage.

Acne Scars

In the case of Acne or Skin break out scars you've had extreme skin inflammation, you most likely have the scars to demonstrate it. There are numerous kinds of acne scars, running from deep pits to scars that are angular or wavelike in appearance. Treatment alternatives rely upon the sorts of acne scars you have.

Atrophic Scars

An atrophic scar is an indented scar that heals below the normal layer of skin tissue. Atrophic scars form when the skin is unable to regenerate tissue. As a result, it leaves behind imbalanced scarring.

 

An atrophic scar shows up as a pit or mark in the skin. It frames because of harm to the skin's collagen and generally happens with conditions, for example, chickenpox and skin break out.

 

The indentation can form into one of three types of scarring:

 

  • Ice pick scars. These scars are small and narrow, resembling deep pores.
  • Boxcar scars. Boxcar indentations look like chickenpox scars. They have flat bottoms and defined borders.
  • Rolling scars. This type of scar doesn’t have distinct edges. It is usually found on the cheeks.

Widespread Scars

Widespread Scars also called extended scars or stretched marks, these are regular after medical procedure. They happen when a careful entry point scar extends and winds up more extensive.

 

These scars are typically level and pale, so they have a tendency to be less noticeable than raised or indented scars.

Psoriasis Scars

Psoriasis Scars

Psoriasis outbreaks may be itchy or painful. Particularly itchy outbreaks or painful areas of psoriasis may lead to psoriasis scars. However, scarring can be prevented if the right steps are taken.

Different factors which make the scars more severe

Age – Older skin tends to contain less collagen and elasticity, making healing slower and scars more probable.

 

Skin Tone – Those with darker or fairer skin are more susceptible to noticeable scarring.

 

Location of Injury – If you get a cut on a place that takes longer to heal, say on a knee that bends a lot, or a foot that experiences constant friction from shoes, scarring may be more likely.

 

Hormones – Hormone levels can affect your body’s likelihood of incurring scars or hyper-pigmentation.

 

The fact of the matter is the scar will never totally fade. In any case, there are a few strategies that can help reduce its size and change its appearance.

Ghazala Zafar

About Ghazala Zafar

A big fan of organic life and a self taught herbalist, Ghazala is the CEO of Life Care Network the company behind organic eCommerce stores Pansari, Organic Kitchen & Aansa.