Skin is a flawless stretch of a vital organ of our body that separates the sensitive and vulnerable organs from the harmful elements outside, and protects them to a great extent. But in its efforts to shield the internal organs, the skin may have to face burns or trauma or injury that leaves behind its mark in the form of a scar. A scar is not that problematic if it's too small to be noticeable or in an area that none can see. But when the situation is more severe, you may wonder if there is any way of treating it other than concealing it under the clothes, which may make it vanish or at least alter the way it appears or draws deliberate attention. Though there are quite a few scar treatments available nowadays, you have to face the truth- your scar will never go away. However, thankfully, you can opt for a scar treatment that would lighten the scar or shrink its size and alters its appearance. Scarring is actually an integral part of the natural healing process of the body after you have experienced some kind of injury. The appearance, as well as treatment, depends on several factors including the depth of the cut or the size of the wound and the location of the injury. Moreover, the age, sex, ethnicity and genetic uniqueness of the affected person matter to a great extent in assessing which type of scar treatment would suit him or her best.