Remove Acne Scars Forever with These Treatments

Bothered by acne scars? Get the complexion you’ve always wanted with these treatments

You thought that once your acne cleared up, you'd be home free. You thought you would finally have the acne-free complexion you've always dreamed of. Fortunately, your skin is clear but unfortunately, now you have scars - hideous scars. Don't despair, there are treatments that can rid you of your scars and you'll be free forever from acne.


Think of microdermabrasion as sanding your skin. Using an abrasive, a dermatologist removes the outer, damaged layers of your skin. Acne scars react well to this treatment and you'll notice improvements right away and require no downtime.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels also remove the outer, damaged layers of skin. Dermatologists perform this treatment by applying a solution to your skin instead of an abrasive. Some of the most popular peels are lactic, glycolic, and salicylic acid. Downtime depends on the strength and type of peel used.

Laser Treatments

Laser treatments involve using a special laser that targets the outer layer of skin. Removing the outer layer allows a fresh, new, scar-free layer to show through. Like microdermabrasion and chemical peels, you'll see immediate results with laser treatments.

Alternative Treatments

Microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and laser treatments are the least invasive and least expensive acne scar removal treatments available. If you feel that these treatments won't clear your scars, you might want to consider a more invasive treatment.

More invasive treatments include plastic surgery and fillers. These are more costly, but are effective for severe cases of acne scaring. Talk to your dermatologist about these acne scar treatments and choose which is best for you.

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