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  1. 1. how to prevent and treat acne scars home privacy archive shareinfotoday.com how to prevent and treat acne scars TUESDAY, 13 SEPTEMBER, 2011, 1:38 AM POSTED BY JONNY -What is worse than acne is the scarring, especially that which results from acne itself. There are many people who have ended up with worse cases of scars than the acne they suffered from. While acne can easily disappear with time with the right treatment, scars can end up being permanent, especially with the wrong treatment. This article looks at acne scarring and how you can prevent and treat the condition before it gets worse. Read more about How to Prevent and Treat Acne Scars       Share | how to prevent and treat acne scars TUESDAY, 13 SEPTEMBER, 2011, 1:38 AM POSTED BY JONNY How to Prevent and Treat Acne Scarring - 4 Highly Effective Ways To By King J. For What is worse than acne is the scarring, especially that which results from acne itself. There are many people who have ended up with worse cases of scars than the acne they suffered from. While acne can easily disappear with time with the right treatment, scars can end up being permanent, especially with the wrong treatment. This article looks at acne scarring and how you can prevent and treat the condition before it gets worse. One - The first and most important way to prevent acne scarring is to stay away from the acts which will cause the scar in the first place. Yes, you read that right - there are particular acts that most acne sufferers do which actually cause scars, some of which might even end up being permanent scars. One of the most common acts is popping, squeezing or pinching the acne. This is a very big problem that should be stopped if you want to prevent acne scarring.
  2. 2. Two - Another very effective way to prevent scarring and treat acne that is already there is through the use of dermal fillers. This involves the injection of collagen right into the affected scars. This gives them a kind of puffed-up look. Apart from the puffed-up look, it also brings about a smoother appearance. This should however be repeated continually for the results to be manifest. Three - Laser resurfacing is another way to effectively treat acne. Lots of experts insist that this is a very effective method of getting rid of acne scars, especially if done accordingly. This involves the use of a kind of carbon dioxide laser for removing the top layer of the skin affected with the scarring. When done this allows the remaining skin to heal itself; and as it does that this produces fresh layer of skin that is free from scarring. Four - Subcutaneous incision is also used to treat one of the types of scars called rolling scars. This procedure involves the use of local anesthetic which allows a small incision to be made in the scar and this helps to break it up. Note that this method brings about bruising for some days, but thankfully, the bruising goes away afterward, along with the scars. As you can see from the above, the aforementioned methods help in preventing and treating acne scars. But of course, you should try as much as possible NOT to pop, pinch or squeeze acne, especially on your face. This is still the best way to prevent acne scarring. Click here -->> Severe Acne Scar Best Treatment or even --> > Best Prevention and Cure of Acne for top secrets!           Share |Copyright (c) 2011 ShareInfoToday.com. All rights reserved.

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