Is there a way to get rid of keloid scars?

Keloids. Two options here. One would be steroid injections into the keloids, hoping they shrink over the long term. This is not always effective. Second, they can be cut out, but the problem would be that the healing from the resection of a keloid can, of course, produce another keloid. Discuss with Dermatologist, but may be wise to just leave them be.
Yes. Dr. Press is absolutely correct. Treatment usually involves several different interventions. Most commonly the keloid is injected with steroid and/ or 5-fu. In some cases, the keloid can be removed surgically and delicately repaired along with the injectable treatments. Compression dressings also helpful. I usually reserve radiation for very severe keloids since there are side effects to radiation.
Improve, yes... But get rid of, no (this applies to all scars.) true keloids can be very difficult to deal with. They are more common in people with darkly pigmented skin and are characterized by scarring that exceeds the boundaries of the original wound. Numerous options exist including pressure, steroid injection, low dose radiation, and others. See a plastic surgeon for an evaluation.
Silicone gel. Silicone gel, such as Kelo Cote and laser treatments can help. See a plastic surgeon.

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How to get rid of keloid scars?

No simple answer. There is no simple answer to your question. Some may benefit from cortisone injections whereas others may require excision. Sometimes excision is followed by a short course of radiation. Unfortunately some of them have a high rate of recurrence. I would recommend seeing a plastic surgeon in your area.
Keloids. Two options here. One would be steroid injections into the keloids, hoping they shrink over the long term. This is not always effective. Second, they can be cut out, but the problem would be that the healing from the resection of a keloid can, of course, produce another keloid. Discuss with Dermatologist, but may be wise to just leave them be.

How can I get rid of keloid scars?

Several methods. Depending on the size you can inject intralesional steroids dermatologists often use this method. It may help flatten the keloid a bit Sometimes a plastic surgeon can cut out the keloid and suture the area closed carefully. Its possible a new keloid will form but occasionally they do not return.
Keloids. Two options here. One would be steroid injections into the keloids, hoping they shrink over the long term. This is not always effective. Second, they can be cut out, but the problem would be that the healing from the resection of a keloid can, of course, produce another keloid. Discuss with Dermatologist, but may be wise to just leave them be.

What are natural ways to get rid of keloid scars?

Not that I know of. Keloids are tough to treat even in the hands of medical experts. Using natural remedies will be even harder. I have seen balms and creams to get rid of moles, warts and other skin lesions. I believe those are some kind of acid, which causes a chemical peel of the lesion. If this were done to a keloid, it would likely make it worse. Be careful.
Keloid Rx. The safest approach is silicone tape/gel (myscaraway, from walgreens/online), steroid/bleomycin injections immunosuppressant/chemotherapyagent) only in pro hands, electron-beam radiotherapy, almost never excision unless radiotherapy can be guaranteed within 24hr after excision. Be very careful or it will be made worse by cutting it! Close follow up for 2yrs+ to monitor for recurrence essential!

How to get rid of keloid scars caused by acne?

Yes and no. I am very sorry that you are in this situation and that your acne wasn't managed as it should have been. A dermatologist can treat each keloid but it will not be easy or pleasant and the results will be so-so.
Stepwise approach. Avoidance of injury, pressure, massage, silicone gel sheeting, steroid injections, 5fu (fluorouracil) injections, surgery and/or radiation therapy are used in the management of keloids (roughly in that lprogression). Laser therapy is controversial.

How can I get rid of large keloid scars?

Improve, yes... But get rid of, no (this applies to all scars.) true keloids can be very difficult to deal with. They are more common in people with darkly pigmented skin and are characterized by scarring that exceeds the boundaries of the original wound. Numerous options exist including pressure, steroid injection, low dose radiation, and others. See a plastic surgeon for an evaluation.

What could you do to get rid of old keloid scars?

Many things. If it's a true keloid, it's a disease of healing and simple removal will result in a rapid return and probably worse. Pressure, radiation, steroid injections and some types of chemotherapy all work to some extent, and there are times for each of them. For example, earlobe keloids in african americans, I generally excise followed by treatment with chemo (5fu) steroid combo. Very effective.
Keloid Scars. There are many optons for keloid scars. The best treatment depends on the location of the scar, appearance and quality of the scar as well as factors related to the surrounding tissues.