Treatment for Acne Scars
The goal of scar treatments is to give the skin a more satisfactory physical appearance. Total restoration of the skin, to the way it looked before you had acne, is often not possible, but scars treatment does usually improve the appearance of your skin.
The best method to avoid scarring is to treat acne early, and as long as necessary. If scars appear, several efficient treatments are available. Dermatologic surgery treatments should be discussed with a specialist.
To treat acne scars, your best option is a natural skin care cream. Using it regularly, it should both dissolve flawed tissues and substitute them with newly formed healthy skin cells. It also should fight skin infection and avoid scarring. The time period needed to yield full results will depend on how severe is the scarring.
A particularly good product should contain a natural ingredient that is both an enzyme that stimulates metabolic effects and a signal transduction protein that stimulates the process of skin repair and skin remodeling.
The metabolic effect implies extremely complex chains of controlled biochemical modification of chemical elements in living beings and cells. This includes the biosynthesis of intricate organic molecules (anabolism) and their breakdown (catabolism).
Natural Way of Treating Acne
Protein catabolism is the breakdown of proteins into amino acids and simple derivative compounds, for transport into the cell through the plasma membrane and ultimately for the polymerisation into new proteins via the use of ribonucleic acids (RNA) and ribosomes.
Through these metabolic mechanisms enzymes can quickly reduce the swelling or edema of traumatized or wounded tissues by actually "digesting" or breaking down flawed tissues and unfunctional cells at the site of injury, allowing these residual materials to be removed quickly from skin lesions so as to reduce inflammation and subsequent pain, accelerating the healing process and encouraging regeneration of tissue to then take place more quickly.
In biology, signal transduction is any process by which a cell converts one type of signal or stimulus into another. Mechanisms referred to as signal transductions often imply a sequence of biochemical reactions inside the cell, which are carried out by enzymes and associated through second messengers. These processes take place in as little time as a millisecond or as long as a few seconds. In transduction processes, an increasing number of enzymes and other elements become engaged in the events unchained by the initial stimulus. In such cases the chain of steps is referred to as a "signalling cascade" and usually results in a small stimulus eliciting a large response.
Biological substances used to elaborate some skin care solutions include a complex mucin with natural peptides that fight acne infection, skin regenerating peptides that reduce scar tissues and avoid and repair scarring, and enzymes that dissolve damaged cells, halt inflammation and promote skin regeneration.
Published January 31st, 2012