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    Default Kindly Help Me Out(Acne n Scars)....................

    Helloo Everyone.......my name is Muskaan n im a Pakistani girl.....im 22 years old n i have same acne problem............im suffering frm dis problem since i was 14.......... frm dis u can also understand dat i hav pimple scars on my face also...............i talked 2 my Dr. n he said dat he 'll treat me....i dnt exactly remember da treatment but he said dat he'll fill up my scars wid da skin outside my scars...i dnt know anything abt scars treatment n i wanna know abt da results......many of my frnds said dat i shud not go 4 such treatment...bt da scars on my face really make me inconfident..........im so much worried...............any1 here who can help me out??????????????????

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    Well we don't really get dis n tht words u sp'ing abt.. but if you are serious about your acne scar....well we would be glad to help you..

    The treatment that ur doc is saying probably is Collagen injection or Autologous fat transfer but this only works for few months to 2 yrs most...or it might be Skin grafting ur doc talking about..i really didn't get your question because of da words but anyway if you are serious about the teatment here is the explanations of each methods..

    Collagen injection. Collagen, a normal substance of the body, is injected under the skin to "stretch" and "fill out" certain types of superficial and deep soft scars. Collagen treatment usually does not work as well for ice-pick scars and keloids. Collagen derived from cows or other non-human sources cannot be used in people with autoimmune diseases. Human collagen or fascia is helpful for those allergic to cow-derived collagen. Cosmetic benefit from collagen injection usually lasts 3 to 6 months. Additional collagen injections to maintain the cosmetic benefit are done at additional cost.

    Autologous fat transfer. Fat is taken from another site on your own body and prepared for injection into your skin. The fat is injected beneath the surface of the skin to elevate depressed scars. This method of autologous (from your own body) fat transfer is usually used to correct deep contour defects caused by scarring from nodulocystic acne. Because the fat is reabsorbed into the skin over a period of 6 to 18 months, the procedure usually must be repeated. Longer lasting results may be achieved with multiple fat-transfer procedures.

    Dermabrasion. This is thought to be the most effective treatment for acne scars. Under local anesthetic, a high-speed brush or fraise used to remove surface skin and alter the contour of scars. Superficial scars may be removed altogether, and deeper scars may be reduced in depth. Dermabrasion does not work for all kinds of scars; for example, it may make ice-pick scars more noticeable if the scars are wider under the skin than at the surface. In darker-skinned people, dermabrasion may cause changes in pigmentation that require additional treatment.

    Microdermabrasion. This new technique is a surface form of dermabrasion. Rather than a high-speed brush, microdermabrasion uses aluminum oxide crystals passing through a vacuum tube to remove surface skin. Only the very surface cells of the skin are removed, so no additional wound is created. Multiple procedures are often required but scars may not be significantly improved.

    Laser Treatment. Lasers of various wavelength and intensity may be used to recontour scar tissue and reduce the redness of skin around healed acne lesions. The type of laser used is determined by the results that the laser treatment aims to accomplish. Tissue may actually be removed with more powerful instruments such as the carbon dioxide laser. In some cases, a single treatment is all that will be necessary to achieve permanent results. Because the skin absorbs powerful bursts of energy from the laser, there may be post-treatment redness for several months.

    Skin Surgery. Some ice-pick scars may be removed by "punch" excision of each individual scar. In this procedure each scar is excised down to the layer of subcutaneous fat; the resulting hole in the skin may be repaired with sutures or with a small skin graft. Subcision is a technique in which a surgical probe is used to lift the scar tissue away from unscarred skin, thus elevating a depressed scar.

    Skin grafting may be necessary under certain conditions—for example, sometimes dermabrasion unroofs massive and extensive tunnels (also called sinus tracts) caused by inflammatory reaction to sebum and bacteria in sebaceous follicles. Skin grafting may be needed to close the defect of the unroofed sinus tracts.

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    I have also read that glycolic peels are being used to help with wrinkles and scarring on the face in different dermatology clinics. Do you feel that these are beneficial to someone who has wrinkles or scarring? I noticed it was not included in your list here.

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    Invicible scars can help you out in this regard. Instead of surgical therapy, i would suggest you to try this non-surgical scar treatment. It is hypoallergenic and really effective in terms of fading scars of all types.

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    Squeezing or picking at acne can damage the skin tissue around the acne. This can lead to the scarring that is such a concern for many people.


    If the nature of your scars is mild to moderate, then home remedies are sufficient. There are many lotions based on alpha hydroxyl acid and retinol. These lotions are very effective for the treatment of the acne scars. it also depends on the type of your skin. If you have a sensitive skin type, it will be better not to use lotions based on the above ingredients. They can harm sensitive skin. There is a specific range of medications to treat people who can not undergo retinol and alpha acid treatments. The most effective among them are lavender oil, aloe vera juice and rosehip seed oil. They can heal scars without harming the skin in the long run.

    I suggest trying aloe vera juice and putting that on your face at night where the scars are.

    Also, try lemon juice.
    To use the lemon juice treatment to remove your acne scar you will need to first wash your face with warm water. Then pour some lemon juice on a cotton ball, and then gently rub the effected acne mark area. For best results leave the lemon juice on your face for about 10 minutes and then dry the affected acne scar area.

    To start seeing results with the lemon juice it can take anywhere from one day and even up to three months. Results will vary depending on the seriousness of the acne problem.

    Another big factor in reducing or getting rid of acne scars is that you will also need to watch the kind of oils you are putting into your body. Some oils that you use is just screaming acne come and get me!

    One of the most common forms of vegetable oil is the sunflower oil. It is highly recommended that if you are using such oils in your cooking then you should consider stop using them to cook as it will only increase the risk of more acne break outs.

    By avoiding the use of vegetable oils in your cooking, it has been reported that it can be one of the leading factors in clearing up your acne by 50%. Even in sever cases it has been said that that people who stopped using such vegetable oils, have been completely relieved of any future acne outbreaks.

    Ready to hear this? Believe it or not by drinking more than the recommended 8 glasses of water daily will immediately begin to see results with getting rid of your acne scars. If you are a severe acne suffer you should stay away from carbonated drinks, and caffeine drinks such as coffee, and sodas. Moreover for the proper skin care always use Life cell Cream. life cellskin.us

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    Acne scarring is perhaps worse than the acne itself.

    My acne scars weren't horrible. They probably weren't even that noticeable after I put on my foundation. However, I certainly noticed them and that was all it took to bother ME.

    If you've got acne scars, you may feel a bit helpless. But you don't have to because there are alternatives to getting rid of acne scars. And you CAN do something about it.

    So what do you do about it? Well, there is totally a solution ... actually there are many.

    These are NATURAL treatments.

    Now, just because you hear the word "natural", I don't want you to shake your head and think you need to just buy some over the counter miracle cream. These remedies WORK! And you'll find that by consistently using them, your acne scars WILL fade just like mine did.

    So without further ado, here are my favorite natural acne scar solutions:

    Vitamin E
    Don't underestimate the power of this healing lotion. You can get it at any drugstore in topical form. I have a HUGE bottle of it under my sink . Vitamin E naturally heals scars by moisterizing the damaged skin. Use it everyday to fade away acne scars.

    Cocoa Butter
    This one should be used carefully. If your acne is not already under control, cocoa butter does pose the threat of additional breakouts. However, if you're using the 3 Day Cure technique and your skin is finally clear, this is a powerful healing tool. Cocoa Butter will soften skin, lighten the scars and make them fade into nothing. I love this one. By the way, Cocoa Butter also works great on fading stretch marks.

    Honey
    Okay, this is totally gonna change your life! Honey works overtime on acne & acne scars. Yes, Honey! When I first learned about this natural remedy, I was pretty bewildered. The sound of it alone is confusing. Honey is a sticky, sugary substance. How can it possibly clear up skin?

    Honey kills bacteria while simultaneously lessens the red look of irritated skin. The acidity in the honey evens out your skin tone, shrinks current pimples and will give your skin a softer feel. Listen, I know you may be skeptical of this solution. I was at first, then I tried it. This natural acne scar remedy works great.

    Lemon
    Lemon will help clear up acne as well as fade acne scars. Plus your face will smell like a freshly shined harwood floor, so that's a plus.

    The acidity in the juice will lighten the redness of the scars and balance your skin's pH levels to prevent future breakouts. Give it a shot.

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    Regular exercise and adequate water intake, as well as daily cleansing, toning and moisturizing.
    Reducing stress also helps keep acne .
    Daily moisturizer that contains sun protection formula SPF 15 or greater.
    Use raw potato, cucumber or tomato.
    Best is to get treatment for acne soon after it appears to prevent further severe acne and more scarring.

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    Keep your skin moisturized and use an effective hypoallergenic scar treatment

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    scars treatment is not the solution of your acne problem.I have some acne but i use best acne face wash to wash my face on regular bases.Try to find out the best acne face wash.It's must be expansive but it will show you results in the first week of use.

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