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Acne is difficult to vanish. Successful treatments require a dermatologist intervention, which in most cases, includes oral medications.

Although the medications are excellent at vanishing further eruptions, they do not leave behind a flawless complexion.

Having reached the point where acne is not a problem anymore, many people find they have been left with another problem: acne scars.

The good news is that acne scars can be removed and although the treatments might seem similar to those for eliminating acne, it’s the second step for a life free of acne concern and its unpleasant side effects.

3 Awesome Treatments for Acne Scars

Treatment types depend on the severity of the scars, a dermatologist or esthetician can suggest the options available for each individual.

There are many options that provide excellent results, yet the following three are the most popular and effective.

Microdermabrasion Acne Scars

Microdermabrasion Acne Scars

Microdermabrasion for acne scars is a treatment that involves sanding down the skin with an abrasive material or instrument, resulting in the removal of the damaged layer of skin.

As the damaged layers of skin are shed, a new smoother layer surfaces. In general, the skin reacts well to exfoliation; improvements in the skin are noticeable after the first treatment. Levels of improvement and recovery depend on where the procedure is performed.

This procedure is done at the dermatologist, and it makes the skin look and feels sunburned, the condition gradually fading away in five to ten days.

Microdermabrasion at a day spa is not as invasive; therefore it will not require downtime, but a number of treatments will be necessary to accomplish the same results.

Chemical Peels for Acne Scars

Chemical peels are another type of treatment for effectively removing acne scars. This treatment involves using a solution to peel away the top layers of the skin.

Lactic, glycolic, salicylic, are some types of peels. However, a dermatologist or esthetician can suggest the right one for your specific skin type.

After the intervention, a new, bright layer of skin is exposed. Levels of improvement are similar to those in microdermabrasion but with a shorter recovery period.

Acne Scar Laser Treatment

Acne Scar Laser Treatment

Laser treatments remove the damaged top layer of skin, exposing the undamaged surface.

The method involves using a special laser that targets the outer layer of the skin. Once the damaged area is destroyed, a new smooth layer of skin is exposed.

Very popular, laser treatments are quite effective in removing acne scars, and results are visible right after the first treatment.

Recovery times range from a few days to a month, the healing effects of laser treatment is ongoing, allowing for complete skin renewal.

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Other Treatments For Acne Scars

In addition to the treatments discussed, there are other more invasive and expensive procedures to remove acne scars, such as plastic surgery, or fillers.

We suggest you consult a dermatologist since not all methods work well on all skin types.

The chosen treatment has to be specifically tailored to the individual condition, according to pigmentation, or skin type.

Although acne scar treatments provide immediate improvement, in some cases, a number of visits might be necessary to see complete results.

Do not despair, there’s no reason to suffer from the debilitating effects of acne and just like this is very common, so are the treatments to vanish them.


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To our readers

The information from this article is not entirely medical-grade level and should not be treated as a substitute for medical advice from your doctor. No one will know you, your medical history, the meds you’ve taken or are taking, your sensitivities and drug interactions, allergic reactions, and your lifestyle, but your doctor does.

Virginia Decker
Virginia Decker
Virginia Decker is one of the most experienced members of our team. With over 20 years of practice in the skincare field, she always shares the best and most transparent information to our community.