Body Scar

A scar is the body's natural way of healing and replacing lost or damaged skin.

What is body scar?

Every time the skin or tissue is cut or damaged it will heal by forming a scar. Various factors influence how your skin scars including the depth and size of the wound or incision, the location of the injury, skin type, age, heredity, sex and ethnicity. These factors will all affect how your skin reacts.
All injuries and operations leave permanent scars. In most cases, scars heal well but sometimes they can be disfiguring, sore, itchy, or indented. Although it is impossible to make a scar disappear, with expert help it is possible to recover them.
Once a scar has formed it cannot be removed. Most scars fade with time leaving a fine, pale line that is hard to see. But if your scar is indented, raised, red and fiery, or has become thick, bulky and painful, then speak to one of our experienced consultants.
Let your scar in a visible or hidden place on your body, if it is unsightly then it’s likely to cause your distress and possibly discomfort too.
Our aesthetic physicians can recuperate on the scar you have, leaving a finer more delicate one that will settle better. Intended scars can be treated with fat injections or laser resurfacing, and red scars can also be faced with a laser.

Treatment Options

Fractional C02 Laser

Fractional or “pixilated” carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers are one of the latest advances in non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatments. The CO2 laser has the longest wavelength of all the lasers on the market and can be used safely on darker skin types.
Our fractional CO2 laser in Malaysia excel at treating deeper wrinkles, more severe textural changes from sun damage, wrinkles, blotchiness, acne scars, and surgical or traumatic scars.
It can be used on the delicate eyelid skin and around the mouth. It is also a very effective treatment for sun damage and precancerous growths (actinic keratosis). It can be used to improve texture, wrinkles, and blotchiness on the neck, chest, arms and legs.

IPL (OPT Technology) Laser

Optimal Pulse Technology (OPT) is an advanced and improved version of Intense Pulse Light (IPL). Each light pulse penetrates tissue and creates a controlled destruction to the pigmentation while leaving the surrounding healthy skin and vessels unaffected. The body’s natural process will then remove the charred and damaged pigmentation from the treated area.