Acne scars don’t have to be a problem anymore. Advancements in technology have led to the development of procedures for effectively removing acne scars.
Note that these acne scar removal procedures are different from each other. Be sure to consult your dermatologist on the right procedure for you as well as related costs.
Recommended Acne Scar Treatments
Below are some of the most popular and effective procedures for acne scar removal.
In this procedure, a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon uses an electrical device to remove the external layer of the skin. Dead skin cells are removed, resulting in the skin feeling smooth.
This procedure involves the injection of collagen into the skin. A patient has to undergo this procedure several times, particularly every three to six months.
This procedure uses laser technology to ‘burn away’ damaged skin surfaces. A single session of this treatment may be enough to get permanent results.
Autologous fat transfer.
In this procedure, fat is taken from a body part. This fat is injected into the scarred area, particularly under the skin surface, in order to flatten the depressed scars. It takes some time for the body to absorb the transferred fat, which necessitates a patient to undergo more treatment sessions after 6 to 18 months.
In this procedure, aluminum oxide crystals are used to remove the outer layer of the skin. Several sessions of this treatment may be required.
Acnessential — 4% Niacinamide (Nicotinamide) Topical cream.
If cosmetic procedures are too expensive for you and if you’re worried about side effects then try Acnessential. It is an acne scar cream, made from a vitamin b3 derivative, that you can easily apply on the scarred area of your skin. It is affordable, and you are assured of not getting any side effects.
Acnessential is actually for treating acne. At the same time, however, it takes care of your skin, ensuring that your skin is left smooth and clear after the acne is treated.
· It reduces irritation and dryness.
· It treats pimples.
· It removes blemishes.
· It soothes the skin.
· It diminishes acne scars.
Of course the best way of dealing with acne scars is to avoid them in the first place. Millions of acne sufferers around the world never do anything to treat their acne…and as a result end up with scarring that could have been avoided in the first place. Remember that if you are treating acne scars, don’t forget to keep any new outbreaks of acne under control.
So there you have it. Six effective acne scar treatments to choose from. Select the best one that suits your budget and your own unique situation.
Richard Hargreaves is a former MR AUSTRALIA and publisher of Acne-Free-Info.com. On his website he provides a FREE 70 page Acne Skincare Treatment eBook and information on Acne Scar Removal and Acne Scar Creams.