Our expert says:
Keloids are raised, reddish nodules that develop at the site of an injury. Keloids are considered a benign tumor, but they never become malignant. A hypertrophic scar looks similar to a keloid but are more common. They don't get a big as keloids, and may fade with time. It may be better to first let a doctor/dermatologist have a look as silicone sheets won't help for keloid and it is quite expensive.
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