Acne Scars Treatment
Fractional Laser CO2, Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion, Spectra Lutronic Laser
No matter how severe your acne scars are, you don’t have to live with your blemishes. In fact, you can experience a smoother skin texture and a generally improved appearance by undergoing the acne scars removal treatments. While these treatments might require a bit of recovery time, they provide real time results for those dealing with unsightly deep scars.
Spots and Scars Causes
Most scars that appear look like blemishes or craters in the skin’s surface, although acne also causes painful raised scars called keloids or red, pink or purple spots on the skin, which are not technically scars because they fade in time.
Acne causes inflammation and infection, often just below the skin. Acne scars are mostly the product of severely inflamed lesions like papule, cyst and pustule. When acne breakouts penetrate the skin deeply, they damage the skin tissues beneath. After the acne clears, body repairs this damage with the collagen production. The scars can be depressed if there is little collagen and they can be raised if there is too much collagen produced.
Also, when the lesions clear, the skin reacts with what dermatologists call “post-acne hyperpigmentation,” which means that the inflammation caused the skin to turn dark or colored where the lesion had been. These spots look like scars, but dermatologists and skin care specialists consider them to be real scars, since they fade in time. However, this fading process can take years if you don’t proceed with a serious treatment.
Various options are available for the treatment of acne scars depending on the severity and type of scars. The options include:
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*Acne scars treatment results with Fractional CO2 (before & after):
(photos courtesy of DEKA website)
* Results may vary from person to person.