It is really bad and no one enjoy getting a cut, burn, or other injury to their skin.
Lot of people like scarring even less. Scarring is a critical part of the healing process after a wound, injury, skin inflammation, or surgical site has healed and generally happens in three phases.
This process, scarring healing, takes about a year to complete but for many, it takes longer. Scars look different depending on which part of the body they are on, and will also vary quite a bit depending on the age of the person.
It is thought that genetics may play a part in whether a person has a tendency to develop more noticeable scarring.
Scar tissue is not exactly the same as the original body tissue that existed before the injury, and it usually does not work as well. For example, hair follicles and sweat glands do not grow within scar tissue. One exception to this is the healing process within bone tissue, which is capable of healing without losing its full capacities.
Coconut oil’s medium chain fatty acids dramatically increase the rate at which wounds heal by stimulating collagen production and turn-over. Also, new blood vessels form more quickly in skin treated with virgin coconut oil. All of this aids the body in producing healthy skin that is free of scarring….
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