Scars. What are scars?
According to medicinenet.com,
Scar formation is a natural part of the healing process after injury.
Various factors influence how your skin scars. Of course, the depth and size of the wound or incision and the location of the injury are going to impact the scar’s characteristics. But your age, heredity, even your sex or ethnicity, will all affect how your skin reacts.
In Beautynomics definition ( ahem hahaha! ) , scars are marks left by wounds not taken cared of properly, or wounds that leave marks of our stubborness. Imperfections. Our once perfect skin now not so perfect anymore. Why? For the face, puberty hits us and some are not lucky that we didn’t have a dermatologist who was there for us to guide us on not to get stressed and pick on our pimples. We are also not informed on how to treat wounds.
Scars, at least in my experience, in the most basic sense, are divided into three. There are scars that are only color-based that we call “marks” or “pigmentations” that are really easy to blur out with the help of whitening products, but there are texture-based scars that are raised ( keloids ) or depressed ( pitted scars ) that are much, much more difficult to address. Continue reading