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Scarring damage Acne breakouts

Do you suffer from scarring acne? Have your acne scars gotten the best of you? Do you wish the scarring from your acne would just go away? Unfortunately, scarring from acne is permanent. One last solution may be to have plastic surgery to correct the acne scarring.

Scarring acne is visible marks, pock marks, indentations and or lumps on the surface of the skin. This is a result of scar tissue that has formed in the areas from the acne. There is a way to prevent the scarring and this is to properly treat the acne as soon as they form.

The number one way to prevent any scarring from acne is to leave it alone. Do not pick it. Scarring is most often the result from people picking/squeezing their zits.

You should consult with a dermatologist of your acne is severe. Some moderate to severe acne include; nodules, cysts and rosacea.

scarring from acne can be assisted with Botox according to a recent study from the Mayo clinic. It has been found that the Botox applied directly after the closing of the wound will significantly improve the scarring.

Of course, the first and foremost treatment for scarring acne is at the beginning. Avoidance in any way is your best defense. Acne can be caused by a number of external and internal factors. Acne is a result of the buildup of toxins in the body. When these toxins become clogged within your pores the result is a pimple.

There are available prescriptions for moderate to severe acne. Topical creams have been used effectively to treat acne.
Most physicians say that scarring represents only a small percentage of the damage that occurs.

People have found that lasers have helped in the improvement of scarring acne. The treatments are not recommended for everyone. There are different types of laser that can be used on the scarring acne. It is important to do your research prior to commencing any procedure.

Unfortunately scarring is permanent but can be treated.

23 Jun 2016

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