A keloid is a kind of scar. A keloid is firm, rubbery lesion, and may be reddish or dark in color, or it may be shiny, hard pink dome-shaped lump. Some keloids will be painful and pus may come out and turn it into wounds. Our herbal treatment is also effective in wound care of keloids.
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Keloids and keloid scars, usually result from skin injury or burns. Pimples, insect bites, scratching, chickenpox scars, etc. could cause keloids. They may also be caused by infection at a wound site, repeated trauma to an area, excessive skin tension during wound closure or a foreign body in a wound. They can occur at the site of a piercing and have been found on the earlobes, eyebrows, chest and other sites of piercing. Keloids commonly occur on the shoulders, chest, arms and upper back even when there has been no apparent injury. However, they can appear almost anywhere. A keloid may extend beyond the site of injury. Keloids do not subside.
It is difficult to remove keloids completely by allopathic treatment. Surgery is not a good option because the scar formed from surgery may grow into another keloid. Though there is no dependable allopathic treatment to cure keloids, Dr. Parameswan Nair’s Agnijith balm is a very effective alternative treatment. Treating with Agnijith slowly restores the original skin condition. After applying Agnijith to the affected area, skin irritation will reduce within four days.
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