Many young adults have acne scars from cystic acne, "popping", and bad skin hygiene in their teenage years. Unfortunately, these acne scars have persisted throughout the years and don't seem to getting any less visible. There are various classifications of acne scars including: atrophic scars, boxcar scars, ice pick scars, rolling scars, dark spots and red spots. Well, the good news is that acne scars can be effectively treated. Many dermatologists prescribe various creams, skin barrier formant products, etc. in order to help reduce the appearance of acne scars. In some cases, these treatments will provide only temporary improvements. There are various cosmetic procedures for acne scar treatment and facial rejuvenation available in 2020, including fractional laser skin resurfacing, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, Hydrafacial MD, and facial filler injections. Employing a variety of techniques in combination with each other will be the most effective way of delivering life-changing results. Most patients feel like a weight has been lifted off their shoulders, or like a nightmare has ended, once their acne problems have been finally taken care of. Acne is such a common skin condition, that we dermatologists have to devise effective treatment options for any skin type and acne scar type, so that all of our patients can experience life with their best looking self.