In a society of ours, which idolizes celebrities, most people believe that celebrities are perfect beauties with flawless skin. While the celebrities do look flawless on the big screen, the fact is that skin problems such as acne and acne scars (حب الشباب) do affect them. Alicia Keys, the 32-year-old American singer and actress, is one of the many Hollywood celebrities who have faced the agony of ugly acne bumps.
The New York-born songwriter, who is also a mother of two kids, suffered from adult acne a couple of years ago and despite trying numerous cosmetic techniques she failed to hide the acne on her face. After getting numerous acne treatments, she was finally able to get rid of active acne. However, as with every acne sufferer the unwelcomed zit went away gifting her prominent acne scars. Once again Alicia tried top-notch foundations and concealers to hide the unsightly acne scars, but was unable to do so. Since last year the American singer’s acne scars have become barely visible, and this has left many of her fans speculating that Keys has got help from some professional Acne Scars Treatment.
Those who have seen Alicia’s bumpy skin might be thinking is there any procedure that could completely erase acne scars. Well, there are numerous non-invasive acne scar tr
eatments available that really help eliminate mild to moderate acne completely. Fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing is one of the most commonly performed acne scar treatments. The technique uses gold standard traditional Carbon dioxide lasers in a fractionated manner to get the most out of the procedure with minimal side effects and no downtime.
The high intensity laser beams used for skin resurfacing bore tiny holes into the hard scar tissues not only to break them but also to trigger the healing process. This skin resurfacing technique also accelerates the natural collagen production, thereby enhancing the suppleness and smoothness of skin.
Other skin resurfacing techniques used for treating acne scars include Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion and Dermabrasion, but all these three procedures are effective for newly formed, superficial acne scars. If you have depressed acne scars, you dermatologist may use Dermal fillers to raise them, but this is a temporary solution and you will have to get the procedure repeated after every 6 to 8 months.
Laser Skin Care also offers acne and acne scar treatment. If you are interested, contact us now by filling the online consultation form for free.