Keloids are little bumps that occur around the site of a piercing caused by excess scar tissue, usually on the entrance or exit of the piercing.
Just so, how do I get rid of a keloid on my piercing?
Cleanse with a saline or sea salt soak
Saline and sea salt soaks work by washing away harmful bacteria that can lead to infection. They also wash away dead cells and other debris that build up around the piercing and form keloids. If you don’t want to buy saline, you can make your own using sea salt.
Also question is, do keloids go away?
Keloids are particularly hard to get rid of. Even when they’re successfully removed, they tend to reappear eventually. Most dermatologists recommend a combination of different treatments for long-lasting results.