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Acne scars are the result of inflammation of acne blemishes. The acne pore swells and a breakdown occurs in the wall of the pore. Some acne blemishes are small and the scars created are shallow and heal quickly. Sometimes the contents of blemishes spill into the surrounding tissue and cause deeper scars.


  •       Work Quickly
  •       Work on large areas
  •       Heal the deeper layers of your skin
  •       Recovery time is fast
  •       Your skin will be smooth and clean


  1. Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is one of the most effective and common treatments for facial scars. Healthcare professionals use tools to more deeply exfoliate the top layer of the skin.

2.    Chemical peels

A chemical peel is a strong acid that’s used to remove the top layer of the skin to reduce deeper scars.

3.    Laser resurfacing

 Laser resurfacing removes the top layer of the skin. This treatment typically has a faster healing time than other resurfacing treatments.

4.    Fillers

The fillers can be made with collagen, your own fat, or a commercial filler. They’re injected under the surface of the skin to help plump up and smooth out depressed scars.

5.    Microneedling

This newer treatment uses a small, handheld, needle-studded roller or a handheld “pen” on the surface of the scars.

6.    Injections

There are a few different medications that can be injected into raised scars to help soften and flatten them.

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