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Acne is a common condition that affects most people at some location in their lives. Most severe scarring is caused by the more serious forms of acne, with nodules more likely to leave permanent scars than other types of acne. There are various types of acne scarring. Ice pick scars are deep alveolated scars with steep edges.

Atrophic scars are pitted but have soft borders and are not as deep. Hypertrophic scar, more common on the back and chest, are thick chunky scars which sit above the surface of the skin. About 95% of acne patients will enlarge scarring to some degree.

Acne scar treatments necessitate that a person's skin is free of active acne. The right way to deal with acne is to get treatment soon after the acne looks to preclude further severe acne and more scarring.

Mederma is favorable for treating newly healed wounds andsettling acne, helping hasten the resolution of reddened spots. One more method for curing acne scarring is dermabrasion, that uses a rotating wire brush or spinning diamond instrument to wear down the surface of the skin. Motorized dermabrasion is a medium-deep or deeptechnique and employs the use of a motorized brush or diamond cylinder.

Laser resurfacing has been used for treating acne scarring. All lasers use a high-energy beam of light which foccusses specific structures in the skin. Make up and over the counter creams, but none of them provide permanent acne scar removal or repair. Using tretinoin (Retin-A, Renova, Avita) speeds up the skin's remodeling process and helps recover post-inflammatory changes.

Insecure exposure to the sun causes more skin damage and delays healing, therefore wearing a good sunscreen is important. Vitamin E is the ‘skin vitamin', and vitamin E oil is presumably the best known and most tested scar remedy. Arrogate formulations of Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) and Beta-Hydroxy Acid (BHA) that contain the correct concentrations and are at the appropriate pH also help the skin's remodeling process.

Lemon juice to be the best effective remedy for small scars and skin discoloration. Lemon juice naturally and smoothly bleaches the skin, and this makes it efficient for certain types of scars that are essentially darkened or discolored spots. Picking at scabs must be avoided at all costs. Scabs develop to protect the healing process which is going on below them.