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Our body is a masterpiece that nature has created and it is an art to keep it healthy and amazing looking for eternity. Although you take all the possible care and follow a healthy diet and lifestyle, inflammations and breakouts may occur. One of these common breakouts is acne which occurs as a result of inflamed lesions and may, in turn, lead to acne scars. 

The good news is that you can get rid of these scars with the help of specialized treatments and now nothing can prevent you from acquiring a fresh, healthy and beaming skin and turn all your dreams into reality with confidence.

About Acne Scars

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Acne is potential textural changes in the skin due to inflamed blemishes that are caused by severe acne. Severe acne is generally pus-filled. When these acne empty and the area is healed, it leaves behind an apparent looking scar.

When the inflamed pores are filled with excessive oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria, they swell and cause a break in the follicle walls. If the rapture in follicular walls is deep, the infected material spills out. This destroys healthy tissues and initiates the acne scars. Professional treatments and guidance can help you get rid of these acne scars and prevent new breakouts.

Acne Scar / Scaring Treatments

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Skin Restore Therapy

Skin care is an essential part of keeping your skin looking and feeling its best. There are many different skin restore therapies out there, and each offers its own unique benefits. Some can help to improve the appearance of your skin, while others can help to restore its elasticity and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and age spots. If you're looking for a new way to care for your skin, consider using one of these therapies.

Co2 Fractional Resurface

When it comes to skin care products, one of the most important ingredients is CO2. The fractional resurfacing technology helps to remove unwanted skin layer while preserving the natural collagen and elastin. This technology is used in a variety of commercial skin care products and has been shown to be effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Subscision

Subscision for skin care is a process where a small piece of skin is removed from the body for medical or cosmetic reasons. The most common reasons for subcision are to remove tumors, psoriasis, or sebaceous cysts. Subcision is also used as a form of scar treatment.

Fillers

Fillers can be made with commercial material, collagen, or fat from your body. These fillers are injected to remove the depression scars and provide a rejuvenated volume to the skin.

Vampire Facial

Vampire facial is a popular skin care treatment that is said to improve the appearance of wrinkles, age spots, and other skin blemishes.The treatment involves applying a serum or cream to the face that contains vampire blood, which supposedly helps to improve the look of skin.There are many different vampire facial treatments on the market, so it's important to choose one that is customized to your individual skin type and needs.

PRP

PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, is a medical treatment used to improve the appearance of skin. It is made from blood collected from a patient and processed to increase the number of blood cells. PRP is then used to treat various skin conditions, such as psoriasis, vitiligo and burns.

Micro needling

Micro needling, also known as dermal micro Needling, is a form of noninvasive Cosmetic and Aesthetic procedures that uses a specialneedled device to create microscopic punctures in the skin. The procedure is used to treat various skin conditions such as acne scarring, wrinkles, age spots, and stretch marks. Micro needling can also be used to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a type of skin care that uses a microfiber cloth to gently remove the top layer of skin. It is often used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, and acne. Microdermabrasion is considered safe and effective when used as recommended by a healthcare professional.

Types of Acne Scars

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Depression scars

Depression scars are formed when not enough collagen is producedduring the healing of a wound.

Raised scars

Raised scars are more common on chest and back and are formed due to excess collagen production during the healing of a wound. Within these categories, acne can be further classified into four different types.

Ice pick scars

These are deep and narrow scars that make the skin looks like a sharp instrument like an ice pick.

Boxcar scars

These are wider depression in the skin that gives it an uneven and pitted appearance.

Rolling scars

These scars cause a rolling or wave-shaped depression in the skin. Unlikeboxcar scars, these scars are not sharply defined.

Keloid scars

These scars are the result of deep wounds. They are raised above the skin surface and usually extends beyond the size of the original wound.

Get rid of pesky acne scars!

Acne scars are unsightly and can be difficult to treat. Luckily, there's a treatment that can help get rid of them in just one session! This professional service uses powerful lasers to resurface your skin, making you look years younger and restoring your

 

FAQ's

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There are several popular acne treatments available today. Some of the most common include topical creams and gels, oral medications, light therapy, Dermabrasion, Chemical Peel, and Skin needling. Many people find that a combination of these treatments is the most effective way to clear up acne.
Acne treatments can help improve the appearance of your skin and can also help reduce inflammation and acne-related blemishes.
There are several minor risks and side effects associated with acne and acne scar treatments. In some cases, these can include skin redness for a few hours.
The benefits of acne and acne scar treatment can be seen in as little as a few weeks. However, it may take longer for some people to see results.
Acne and acne scar treatments can be right for you if you have active acne or acne scars that are causing you distress. If you are not sure whether a treatment is right for you, consult with a dermatologist or other skin care professional.
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