What is the Best Way to Remove Deep Acne Scars?
Historically, people with deep acne scars have found them extremely hard to shift. However, these days are long gone and there are now a smattering of deep acne scar treatment options and products available. The problem lies in finding which one is most effective for you.
To offer you some assistance, our team has put together some research and has compiled an easy to understand break-down of some of the most common and effective treatment solutions currently on the market.
One of the most common deep acne scar removal techniques suggested by dermatologists and skin specialists are chemical peels. These peels work by smothering toxic acid onto the skin, thereby burning the scar tissue along with other layers of skin. Over time, these burnt layers peel off allowing new skin to replace it.
This technique although commonly suggested is fraught with danger, expensive, and carries a high risk of side effects. Harsh irritation and inflammation is often common as well as increased pigmentation of the skin. Long periods of recovery are also necessary, in which your new and overtly sensitive skin needs to be shielded from sunlight and other natural elements.
Chemical microdermabrasion solutions are also touted by medical experts and they work by corrosively etching away the top layers of skin through the use of small, sharp crystals.
As is the case with any use of chemicals there is a risk of it causing adverse reactions, especially to those with sensitive skin. As occurs with the use of chemical peels, the recovery time can be lengthy and UV exposure is to be avoided during the recovery period.
Natural acne scars treatment are a much safer solution. These can include oils such as rose hip which is believed to increase the elasticity of the skin while flattening out scarring.
Notwithstanding, a more effective natural solution is a Helix Aspersa Muller glycoconjugates based product. This component is found in snail serum and is the closest natural resemblance to the cell structure of the skin which is why it can be so rapidly absorbed. The component is also a natural invertebrate, which means it is natural tendency is regenerating damaged cells such as scar tissue, without inflammatory reaction.
BIOSKINCLEAR is one of the only acne treatment gel products available that contains Helix Aspersa Muller. This allows the product to actively regenerate the skin, removing acne scarring more efficiently than any of the other natural acne home remedies. BIOSKINCLEAR also successfully unclogs pores and clears out bacteria, which is the primary cause of adult acne.
Published April 18th, 2009