How to remove acne scars




Did you know that I suffer from cystic acne?

I started getting acne in my late teens and it still plagues me to this day.

I have tried many treatments over the years, from accutane from to holistic vitamins. I have finally found a treatment from my dermatologist that keeps my skin clear - but, I have accepted that this is likely something I will deal with my whole life.

Now, luckily, because of my new treatment plan, I haven't had any major outbreaks for more than a year. (By the way, when I was accutane, the most aggressive, controversial and possibly dangerous treatment, it worked brilliantly on me. I would take it for 2-4 months, and it would only keep me acne free for 6-8 months.)

Anyway, I recorded a tutorial that I thought would help those of you who do suffer from acne scars. It is most effective when you don't have new outbreaks, so once you figure out a treatment plan that works for you, then the following skin care regimen will help you rapidly reduce the scars.

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Microneedling

Also known as Collagen induction therapy  or skin needling is a cosmetic procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles.



The tool is called a dermaroller.

The micro-injuries stimulate the body's natural wound healing processes, resulting in cell turnover and increased collagen and elastin production, therefore reversing, as well as, preventing signs of aging and scarring. 

Doctors say that it works the same way lasers do, only you're injuring the skin mechanically instead of using heat or light.

For best and most rapid results, it is recommended that you do this once or twice a week.

A1.5-mm handheld roller is long enough to improve the appearance of acne scars. However, for severe acne scars, you may need even longer needles for maximum results, so you'll want to find a dermatologist or facialist who performs microneedle therapy treatments. 

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which is actually quite pricey.


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CHECK OUT MY VIDEO TUTORIAL OF HOW I USED THIS TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE MY ACNE SCARS


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6 comments :

  1. Son aquellas manchas que persisten aun habiendo desaparecido el grano o la espinilla, tienen un tono pigmentado rosáceo o incluso de un color café, afean en rostro y tardan mucho en desaparecer.

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  2. En realidad, hay seis tipos de granos diferentes en su apariencia y profundidad en la piel, que incluyen a los barros, espinillas, pústulas, nódulos y acné quístico.2

    Por lo general, las cicatrices de acné son causadas por las pústulas, nódulos y acné quístico, que penetran la piel y a veces destruyen la pared del folículo, lo que durante este proceso daña el tejido dérmico sano.

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  3. El dermatólogo puede indicar el uso de cremas que promueven la formación de colágeno para colocar en el rostro, todos los días, después de limpiar la piel de forma adecuada.

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  4. Lo mejor que puedes hacer es buscar tratamiento para el acné en cuanto aparezca y así evitar acné más serio y más cicatrices. Si tienes nódulos, consulta a tu médico o dermatólogo para que te dé un tratamiento.

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  5. Cuando haces un peeling químico, se puede remover una mayor cantidad de piel con cicatrices de acné, lo cual deja espacio para que crezca nueva piel libre de acné, pero esta exfoliación química sólo funciona mejor en aquellos casos de cicatrices pequeñas.

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  6. La humilde espinilla es un caldo de cultivo para la inflamación. La piel reacciona incrementando el flujo sanguíneo al área, llevando «soldados» como los glóbulos blancos a combatir las deficiencias y reparar el daño. Por desgracia, esta reacción intensa puede perdurar incluso después de que las imperfecciones hayan desaparecido, dejando una marca roja que se ve más frecuentemente en rostros de piel clara.

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