Scars are an inescapable part of our lives. A scar is formed when the skin undergoes a healing phase from being bruised after illness, acne, accident or surgery. Even though it is not possible to deter scars from forming, you can attain marked scar reduction by following immediate steps just after an injury.
Do other members of your family have stretch marks? If yes, then unfortunately, the chances of you succumbing to stretch marks are high. Stretch marks are genetic in nature. Although it may not be good news for many, there are many effective treatments that can make it easier for you to wipe away those nasty looking marks.
You have seen it in the movies and you have seen it in cartoons. And, yes, you have also read about it in your favorite magazines: those who are able to regenerate and regrow their body parts. The Lizard, one of the villains in Spider Man, was able to easily regrow his arm or tail or whatever body part Spidey would cut off. How could he do that?
Every scar has a story to tell, particularly those severe ones which require time to heal. Unless you desire that rough, macho look, you definitely dislike having scars on your body. Receiving a scar hurts, but it becomes more painful if it’s located on an exposed part of your body.