Dr. Neil Persadsingh is a dermatologist and Medical Director of Skin Specialists located in Jamaica, West Indies. He is the author of the book, "Acne in Black Women" which addresses the special problems of black women with acne and the specific problems of the black spots and the scars that remain after the acne resolves. Visit the "Acne in Black Women" website to learn more.
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A keloid is the term given to the prominent, irregular scar tissue, which sometimes forms after a person has suffered a small cut or a scratch in the skin. Usually, a “bump” appears at the site of the injury. The bump becomes larger and over time a full-blown (and often unsightly) keloid develops. It is important to point out that sometimes keloids develop spontaneously, without injury to the skin.
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