Close up of female shoulder with a scarOur bodies are incredible. They are designed to withstand great conditions, forces, and a variety of unique circumstances. For example, they can house a child, lift heavy objects, and even repair themselves in the event of an accident or injury. As such, it is only fair that we give our bodies a rest sometimes and allow them to recuperate. Indeed, taking care of our bodies means rest, relaxation, and at times, treatment that helps us look and feel good. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX spa therapists take a look at the formation of scar tissue on the human body, and how professional care can help you look and feel more comfortable in your own skin.

The Body Healing Itself

As one of the many fascinating and important functions of the body, when a person experiences an injury, the body responds by repairing the damaged tissue. Indeed, scar tissue is considered a collection of cells and collagen that spans the site of the injury. Further, scar tissue may develop as a result of more than just injury and can be due to surgery or even acne.

Though the body is doing us a favor by creating scar tissue, sometimes it may be difficult to see it this way when it takes away from a smooth, youthful appearance. For instance, individuals who suffer from severe acne on their face or arms may develop noticeable scars and textured skin. Even with the acne no longer present, these scars will remain.

With this in mind, however, is there a way to treat keloids, contracture scars, and hypertrophic scars that have formed? Fortunately, there are, and we are happy to help. To learn more about the process, give our team a call today.

Noticeable Effects

Whether you are aware of it or not, keloids and hypertrophic scars are more common among younger people between the ages of 10 and 30 years old. Further, sometimes surgery is necessary to remove abnormal scar tissue development, as it can lead to pain, itchiness, and even restriction of movement in extreme cases.

Your doctor can prescribe treatment to best address your concerns, and alternative treatment should not be sought until your primary care provider gives the okay. For more information about this process, contact our team.

Ways We Can Help

Believe it or not, there are a lot of treatment options available to treat scar tissue. Some include topical treatments such as facials and other skincare routines, as well as pressure therapy and scar massage. We can offer any of these treatments to help tend to your needs, and we guarantee by the end of your appointment, you will feel fresh and rejuvenated.

Learn More Today

Contact Touch-N-Skin: Wellness Spa in Dallas, TX by calling 972-992-7422 to learn more about the effects of scar tissue and massage therapy, and schedule your next appointment with our team today.