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Simple Guide To Scars: Scar Types, Causes & How Laser Co2 Fractional can get rid of them

Scars are a natural part of the physical healing process. When you have surgery, a wound, or any type of injury, your body will form a scar as it repairs the area.

What are scars?

A scar is a mark that is left on the skin after a wound or injury has healed. Scars can be caused by surgery, accidents, burns, and even acne. They are usually red or purple at first, but over time they may become lighter in color. Some people are more prone to scarring than others.

How do scars form?

When the skin is wounded, the body forms new collagen fibers to repair the damage. This process of producing new collagen fibers is called fibrosis. The new collagen fibers that are produced during fibrosis are not arranged in the same way as the original collagen fibers. This results in a scar that is raised or depressed relative to the surrounding skin.

Types of scar

Scars are a common skin condition that can occur after any type of injury, surgery, or acne. There are four main types of scars: Keloid, hypertrophic, surgical, and acne scars.

Keloid Scars:

Keloid scars are raised, red, or purple scars that form when the body overproduces collagen in the healing process. They can occur after any type of injury or surgery and tend to be larger than other types of scars. Keloid scars can be painful and itchy, and they often grow larger over time. Treatment options for keloid scars include corticosteroid injections, cryotherapy, laser therapy, and surgery.

Hypertrophic Scars:

Hypertrophic scars are raised, red scars that form when the body produces too much collagen during the healing process. They can occur after any type of injury or surgery but tend to be smaller than keloids. Hypertrophic scars can be itchy and uncomfortable, but they usually do not grow larger over time. Treatment options for hypertrophic scars include silicone gel sheeting, pressure dressings, corticosteroid injections, cryotherapy, laser therapy, and surgery.

Surgical Scars:

Surgical scarring is a natural result of having surgery. The size and appearance of surgical scars depend on the type of surgery performed and the individual’s healing process. Most surgical scars will fade over time but may still be

Acne Scars:

Acne scars are the result of inflammation and damage to the skin during the healing process of acne. There are two main types of acne scars: atrophic and hypertrophic. Atrophic scars are small, depressions in the skin that can be either red or brown. Hypertrophic scars are raised, red scars that can be itchy and uncomfortable. Treatment options for acne scars include laser therapy, micro-needling, chemical peels, and surgery.


There are many ways to treat scars, depending on the type of scar and its severity. Some scars can be treated with home remedies, while others may require medical treatment.

Scars can be treated with a variety of topical treatments, such as creams, gels, and ointments. These products can help to improve the appearance of scars by moisturizing the skin and making the scar less visible. There are also a number of treatments that can be used to treat scars, such as laser, Dermapen Microneedling, and Chemical Peels.

Laser Co2 Fractional

This type of laser treatment uses high-energy light to vaporize tissue in order to improve the appearance of scars. Laser Co2 Fractional treatments can be used on all types of scars, including those that are raised, sunken, or discolored.

One of the main benefits of using laser CO2 to treat scars is that it can help to improve the overall appearance of the skin. In addition, this type of treatment can also help to reduce the size of scars and make them less noticeable. Laser CO2 treatments are typically performed by a dermatologist or plastic surgeon in an outpatient setting.

Chemical peels 

Chemical peels are a type of cosmetic treatment that can be used to improve the appearance of your skin. They are also sometimes used to treat scarring.

There are a variety of different types of chemical peels, and the one that is right for you will depend on your individual needs and goals. a light chemical peel, medium chemical peel, and deep chemical peel.

Light peels are often used to treat fine wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and dryness. Medium peels can improve moderate wrinkles, sun damage, and melasma (a condition that causes brown patches on the skin). Deep peels are the strongest type of peel and can be used to treat deeper wrinkles, scars, and precancerous growths.

Chemical peels can be performed by a dermatologist or other trained medical professional. The procedure usually takes 30 minutes to an hour. During a chemical peel, a solution is applied to your skin that causes it to exfoliate and peel off in layers. The new skin that is revealed after a chemical peel is typically smoother and younger-looking than the old skin.

Dermapen Microneedling 

The procedure involves using a fine needle to create tiny punctures in the skin, which stimulates the production of collagen and helps to smooth out the appearance of the scar. There is very little pain associated with derma pen micro-needling, and the results can be seen after just a few treatments. 

Dermapen microneedling can be used to treat both old and new scars and can be combined with other treatments such as laser resurfacing or chemical peels for even better results. 


There you have it — everything you need to know about scars, from the different types to the various ways you can get rid of them. No matter what your reason is for wanting to get rid of a scar, there is a method out there that will work for you. Contact us for more information.

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