The appearance of a scar can vary, depending on what caused them, how your body heals as a result, your natural skin tone and the location on your body. Scars may be flat, raised (also called a keloid scar), or depressed. They can also vary in size, texture and color.
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Scars can form due a variety of circumstances including accidents, skin conditions like acne, surgical scarring, or as a result of certain diseases. When recovering from an injury or skin condition, your skin cells produce collagen at a quicker rate than your body’s natural collagen production in order to repair the wound. This results in a scar, which is an area of skin that is typically thicker and not as flexible as the rest of your skin.