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How to Help Facial Scars Heal

Every scar, whether on the face or body, is ultimately the result of a dynamic wound healing process with several distinct stages. Each stage is crucial for proper wound healing, so it’s important to be mindful of your wound before it becomes a scar that everyone sees. Scars on the face are particularly irritating because a person’s face is often the first thing people observe when they meet you for the first time. Some facial scars caused by acne, injury, or surgery may be unavoidable, but there are steps you can take to reduce their appearance so you can remain confident in your own skin.

Continue reading to learn more about proper wound care so you can avoid excessive scarring on the face or another exposed area. Read Full Article


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