Acne breakouts affect a lot of people around the globe, especially during adolescence. Generally, the issue goes away post-teenage years though some people still continue to face breakouts for many years afterward. Chronic acne can leave severe scarring on the face and the body which can be pretty unsightly.

Various Acne Scar  Treatments

There are various acne scar treatments that can be used in order to get rid of these acne scars. These techniques are highly effective and mostly noninvasive in nature with little or no downtime. To learn more about these options, let’s dig in a little deeper.


Tiny crystals are blasted onto the skin in order to exfoliate the top layer of the skin. The process enhances the production of collagen in the skin and helps in removing the damaged skin. The new skin that replaces the older top layer is a lot healthier. With a few treatments, one can easily see the difference. The exact number of procedures needed depends on the extent of the damage caused by acne.

Fractional CO2

This works with fractionated carbon dioxide laser that drills small holes in the skin’s top layer to jump-start the healing process and production of collagen. It is a resurfacing treatment as the top layer of the skin is damaged and healthier skin replaces it.

There is very little downtime and almost no pain involved. Some swelling and redness can be experienced. Several sessions are needed in order to ensure that the desired results are achieved.

Radio Frequency Treatment

Radio Frequency is another excellent acne scar treatment. Radio frequencies at specific wavelengths target the deeper layers of the skin to shrink the existing collagen underneath it. This helps the skin getting supple and its overall health improves. Collagen production levels are also increased and with every treatment, the scar condition improves. There is no downtime associated with this treatment option.

Dermal Fillers

These are injected directly into the scar to raise the skin and improve the condition of the skin. Once injected, the fillers take a few days to take complete effect. The scars are raised and their appearance is greatly diminished. Single filler treatment for acne scars can last for up to six months in most cases after which it will need to be repeated. These can be repeated an indefinite number of times so it is a permanent fix of sorts. There aren’t many side effects associated with dermal fillers.


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