How to Get Rid of a Keloid From Piercing Healthfully

Dec 18, 2018 · During the healing period of a piercing and after the piercing is healed, you may encounter a keloid on and around your new piercing. Keloids are scar tissue that result from a hereditary condition, causing the skin to raise and turn pink or red, residing inside or around the hole of your piercing, according to the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology.…

do keloids ever go away? Yahoo Answers

Jul 10, 2009 · Keloids really don't go away. It's massive amounts of scar tissue, scar tissue doesn't go away. To the people who say "I Had a keloid on the cartilage part of my ear, or my nose, and it went away" WRONG! You didn't have a keloid, you had hypertrophic scarring, reasoning why it went away! Oh and if it's a keloid it'll itch, a lot.…

What is (And What Isn't) a Keloid

Oct 26, 2019 · If you notice a bump forming on or around a new piercing, you have good reason to be concerned. Small or large as they may be, piercing growths are never "normal," although they do occur fairly often. Most people assume right away that their growth is a keloid, but the majority actually aren't.…