Keloid scarring is the result of the body’s attempt to repair itself. After removing the keloid, the scar tissue may grow back again, and sometimes it grows back larger than before.
Examples of keloid treatments include:
corticosteroid injections to reduce inflammation
moisturizing oils to keep the tissue softusing pressure or silicone gel pads after injury
freezing the tissue to kill skin cells
laser treatments to reduce scar tissue
radiation to shrink keloids...