The Friday Follow-up

It’s been a while since we’ve had one of these, but thanks to kev_n, we’ve got a great follow-up for you today.  You may recall this scarification piece for a little ways back.

It was originally mislabeled as a dermabrasion scar, when it was indeed done with a scalpel by Matt Vermillion from Artistic Design (West) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Here’s how the scar looks now, about six weeks into the healing process.

You can already see how thick the keloids are, and they’ll more than likely increase just based off the location of the scar.  Hopefully kev_n keeps us posted with more shots as he continues to heal.

9 thoughts on “The Friday Follow-up

  1. Why would you purposely want a keloid? They are itchy and painful and tend to grow larger and more painful overtime. Is this a specific procedure to create a tattoo affect out of keloids and scarring? If so, I never knew such a thing existed. I’ve been trying to get rid of mine for years. I developed them from acne on my chest. I’ve tried so many remedies including surgeries, injections, pressure…nothing seems to work. I wish others who wanted this procedure could just take mine from me. I hate the embarrassment and pain they cause me…

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