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Treating scars on face best acne scar treatment options for facial scars

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  • 1. Treating Scars on Face - Best Acne Scar Treatment Options for Facial Scars Scars caused by pimples go beyond just being a physical issue. Studies show that they increase risks of depression, inferiority complex and social withdrawal. Hence, they must be treated by the most effective and safest technique. To choose the best method of treating scars on face, one must first know that the treatment depends on the kind of scars. Acne scars are categorized according to shape. Generally, the “crater” types of scars include the ice pick, boxcar and rolling shapes. These appear lower than healthy or undamaged skin. There are also hypertrophic scars that appear elevated. The goal of treating scars on face is the following: to elevate the crater scars or to reduce the volume of hypertrophic scars. For elevated scars, the popular methods are laser resurfacing and Dermabrasion. Laser resurfacing uses focused radiation to cut the scar-affected skin. The peeling effect will encourage the growth of new skin cells. Dermabrasion, on the other hand, uses a rotating tool with skin-abrasive coating. This will scrape layers of the dead skin of the scar. These treatments, particularly laser, can cause redness and pain for weeks. Collagen injection and autologus fat transfer work for ice pick, rolling and boxcar scars. Collagen can be
  • 2. injected beneath the skin. This will level the difference between the craters and the face. The sessions of injection may need 6 months, but the results are excellent and long lasting. Choosing a method for treating scars on face should be taken seriously. The mentioned techniques can be painful and expensive. Plus, they may take months before showing positive results. Do you want to quickly get rid of your ugly scars and finally have that Scar-Free skin you've always wanted to have? If yes, then I recommend you use the techniques recommended in the: Scar Solution Guide. Click here ==> Scar Solution Review, to read more about this Natural Scar Removal Guide and see how it's been helping thousands of people round the world, to effectively treat all their scars enabling them to have a clear skin tone.

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