Acne scar removal is easy now
Acne scars might feel like a prison sentence: you had to cope with the pimples first, and now you have marks to remind you. Acne lesions (pimples) form when the skin's hair follicles (or "pores") become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. A clogged follicle provides an ideal environment for bacteria to flourish and produce the red bumps and pus-filled red bumps known as pimples.
Most of the time, the reddish or brownish acne marks that remain after pimples heals and will vanish without the need for therapy. Picking or squeezing acne, on the other hand, might increase the chance of scarring.
Treatment options are determined by the severity of the scars. A doctor or dermatologist may recommend a chemical peel or microdermabrasion to help enhance the appearance of scarred regions in some circumstances. These gentler treatments can be performed in the clinic.
Several methods of treatment can help with severe acne scars from past as well:
Laser Resurfacing: This procedure can be performed in the office of a doctor or dermatologist. The laser eliminates the damaged top layer of skin while tightening the middle layer and smoothing the skin.
Dermabrasion: This treatment uses a rotating wire brush or spinning diamond instrument to wear down the surface of the skin.
Fractional laser therapy: It works at a deeper level than laser resurfacing or dermabrasion. It doesn't wound the top layer of tissue, healing time is shorter. Someone who has had this type of treatment may just look a bit sunburned for a couple of days.