A dermatologist can inject them with cortisone to stop them from growing and dissolve the scar tissue. There is really no other cure than that other than surgical removal then applying pressure patches
How to cure keloids?
Tea tree oil. It stinks like hell but regular application heals them over time...supposedly...I've never tried it but I have a lot of friends who have done it and cleared up theirs, and the guy that does my piercings says it will take care of them also.
Reply:you don't CURE keloids. they must be removed sugically or by freezing them off. see your doctor for a referral.
Reply:It has no cure but it can be minimized.
Reply:1. Silicone gel sheets and silicone occlusive dressings on keloids as long as 24 h/d for up to 1 year.
2.Mechanical compression dressings
3.triamcinolone acetonide (Kenalog) shot 4 - 6 weeks.
5.radiation therapy is the first 2 weeks after excision.
6.Cryotherapy uses liquid nitrogen to cause cell damage.