Acne scar removal aims to remedy our failure to properly and timely treat superficial acne lesions, or remedy the negligence to treat severe inflammatory nodular cystic acne to avoid acne scarring. When the root cause of acne lesions (comedos, papules, pustules, nodules or cysts) is addressed on time acne scars can be avoided.
If you are already living with serious acne scarring… the information below is intended to guide you through the acne scar removal options available. Now, acne scar treatment can definitely start while your acne is active with our acne cream…
Biological Dissolution of Damaged & Scar Tissues
Unfortunately very seldom products for acne treatment are designed to support our immune system in its task to heal acne lesions and thus avoid acne scarring.
Most products have been designed to either kill bacteria with harsh chemicals, dry out the skin to eliminate most of the oil produced by your own body, unclog pores by partially exfoliating some of the outer layer of your skin with natural or chemical acids, reduce sebum production with dangerous drugs, or a combination of these.
95 per cent of over-the-counter cosmetics don’t actually do anything. The reasons may well be these two:
- addressing the changes in the structure of the skin that occur when acne breaks out are the monopoly of drug companies and the industry’s watch dog: the FDA
- “America is a very litigious country” and cosmetic companies “are not going to put anything totally active in skin care products because they don’t actually want to make any changes because people can misconstrue changes in their skin as allergies”.
If you are covered with acne, things can be done beyond the conventional things being done. You might be willing or have the opportunity to click the following link in green color to review our description of the process whereby you get to suffer from acne breakouts and our acne treatments guideline, as well as why most acne treatment products are doomed to fail you.
Also read the acne treatment guide if you are willing to commit a minute a day to strongly reduce the probability of having to treat acne scarring with expensive and risky methods (all outlined with their probable outcomes and pitfalls below) by taking care of acne breakouts with a natural topical remedy that not only averts the risks of being plagued by acne scars but also eliminates redness or red spots, macules (pseudo acne scars) and dark spots left behind when acne inflammation is not properly treated, also known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Macules or “pseudo-scars” are flat, red or reddish spots that are the final stage of most inflamed acne lesions. After an inflamed acne lesion flattens, a macule may remain to “mark the spot” for up to 6 months. When the macule eventually disappears, no trace of it will remain—unlike a scar.
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is darkening or discoloration of the skin at the site of a healed or healing inflamed acne lesion. The lesions color can range from light brown to black. Lesions may become darker if exposed to sunlight (UV rays). It occurs more frequently in darker-skinned people, but occasionally is seen in people with white skin. Early treatment with BIOSKINFORTE CREAM minimizes the development of post-inflammatory pigmentation, and also vanishes existing marks. Some post-inflammatory pigmentation if untreated may persist for up to 18 months, especially with excessive sun exposure.
Types of Acne Scars
There are two general types of acne scars, defined by tissue response to inflammation:
- Scars caused by increased tissue formation, and
- Scars caused by loss of tissue.
Scars Caused by Increased Tissue Formation.
The scars caused by increased tissue formation are either keloids or hyperthophic scars. Keloid scars are associated with excessive amounts of the cell substance collagen that overgrows beyond the site of an injury or wound and an hyperthropic scar is an overgrowth of scar tissues limited to the site where a cut or loss of integrity of the skin occurrs. Overproduction of collagen is a response of skin cells to injury.
The excess collagen becomes piled up in fibrous masses, resulting in a characteristic firm, smooth, usually irregularly-shaped scar.
The typical keloid scar is 1 to 2 millimeters in diameter, but some may be 1 centimeter or larger. This abnormal growth of scar tissue is more likely to occur in susceptible people, who often are people with relatives who have similar types of scars. keloids are more frequent in people with darker skin pigmentation.
Keloid scars persist for years, but may diminish in size over time.
Scars Caused by Loss of Tissue
Acne scars associated with loss of tissue —similar to scars that result from chicken pox— are more common than keloids. Scars associated with loss of tissue are:
- Ice-Pick Acne Scars or Pitted Acne Scars
Usually occur on the cheek. They are usually small, with a somewhat jagged edge and steep sides—like wounds from an ice pick. Ice-pick scars may be shallow or deep, and may be hard or soft to the touch. Soft scars can be improved by stretching the skin; hard ice-pick scars cannot be stretched out.
- Depressed fibrotic scars
Are usually quite large, with sharp edges and steep sides. The base of these scars is firm to the touch. Ice-pick scars may evolve into depressed fibrotic scars over time.
- Soft scars
Superficial or deep are soft to the touch. They have gently sloping rolled edges that merge with normal skin. They are usually small, and either circular or linear in shape.
- Atrophic macules
Are usually fairly small when they occur on the face, but may be a centimeter or larger on the body. They are soft, often with a slightly wrinkled base, and may be bluish in appearance due to blood vessels lying just under the scar. Over time, these scars change from bluish to ivory white in color in white-skinned people, and become much less obvious.
- Follicular macular atrophy
Is more likely to occur on the chest or back of a person with acne. These are small, white, soft lesions, often barely raised above the surface of the skin—somewhat like whiteheads that didn’t fully develop. This condition is sometimes also called “perifollicular elastolysis.” The lesions may persist for months to years.
Skin Remodeling is the Process that Gets Rid of Acne Scars
This skin remodeling may continue in a skin area for ten years. In children the remodeling rate is high and scars are usually rapidly removed from injured skin areas. But as we reach adulthood, this rate diminishes and small scars may remain for years.
- One way to accelerate remodeling is to induce a small amount of controlled skin damage with a needle, laser, or other means, and then let the body repair processes rebuild the skin area.
- A second method is to use enzymes that take away scar tissues while acting as skin healing accelerators to increase the body’s natural healing processes and thus obtain an even better final result.
Treatment of Indented or Pitted Acne Scars
Pitted acne scars are one of the most difficult skin problems to treat.
Pitted scars are a sign of permanently damaged skin tissue. Although pitted acne scars can never be completely erased, there are a few things one can do to help. One recommendation is to get a series of peels performed in a dermatologists office – this helps decrease the depth of the scarring. Another key to reducing the appearance of pitted acne scars is to stimulate collagen and elastin production in the skin. This will help plump the underlying structure of the skin – further reducing the depth and appearance of the scars.
Because of the nature of pitted scarring – even the most effective treatments will take time in order to show a noticeable effect. We recommend using BIOSKINFORTE if acne is active and BIOSKINEXFOL a home microdermbarsion cream for acne scars removal (if your acne scars are old or rough or pitted). You may need to rub onto your skin the BIOSKINEXFOL for at least three months in order to see full results on this type of acne scarring.
BIOSKINEXFOL: Home Microdermabrasion Cream to get rid of acne scars by skin resurfacing.
Best for old acne scars because it polishes the affected skin with micro-crystals thereby accelerating the process of removing the damaged outer layer of damaged skin tissues replacing them with new healthy skin cells and skin structures. It does so through a gentle exfoliation with the microcrystals and by the dissolving action of the enzymes in the active serum.
If you have nodular cystic acne and you are treating it with retinoids or isotretinoin drugs (Accutane®, Roaccutane® or other brand names), you do not have to wait untill acne resolves to start treating acne scarring. You can apply BIOSKINCARE safely on your skin while taking isotretinoin or retinoids for active acne. BIOSKINCARE can also be used in conjunction with isotretinoin to remove acne scars and relieve the side effects associated with the thinning of your skin that those acne drugs bring forth. For more information about how BIOSKINCARE can help while on Accutane click here
Is the inflammatory response still appropiate
Dr. Mark Ferguson, D.D.S., Ph. D, is a professor in the faculty of life sciences at the University of Manchester and he says that pustules and scar tissue are not the idealized evolutionary responses for the skin lesions of today.
This massive over reaction by the immune system is ideal for an outdated mode of living that doesn’t benefit from regular hygiene, such a reaction ensures proper protection of our delicate biological systems. But severe isolation of infections and massive lumps of collagen are inappropriate responses in a more hygienic environment and unnecessary in modern society.
The infections and open sores that result from damaged sebum canals take place in a relatively sterile and clean environment, so the clogged pores and overflowing sebum really have no other harmful elements working against them.
So what these lesions really need is to be healed with properly regenerated skin cells, which can be done by using a rejuvenating catalyst with the result of significantly less scar tissue formation. This kind of healing process is very similar to the fetal healing process, most notably characterized by its speed and lack of visible evidence of the former wound.
There is an inherent necessity that is not present in modern skin care. That necessity is a message, which would let your body know that there is no need for a severe reaction and that the healing process is being managed effectively.
You need more than some random collection of chemicals that only destroy bacteria, and clog your pores. At this point the damage is done and it’s too late to clog up your pores in a vain attempt to prevent the infection. The pore clogging effects of most acne medication perpetuate a pointless loop of continuous, or more severe obstruction, of the sebum’s natural flow. This naturally leads to a continuance of pain, tenderness, and swollen pustules at best, and at worse an increase in the severity of all these symptoms.
This unchecked blockage can also easily lead to cysts, regardless of the presence of a skin infection. Once a cyst becomes infected it forms an abscess that naturally destroys all nearby tissue formations. When this destruction involves crucial connecting tissues or penetrates deep into the dermal layers scarring is often a result of the healing process.
While the processes that cause acne may begin to subside with time, and as a result of treatment, the acne scars will last forever unless steps are taken to remove them.
We have been fortunate to find an appropriate model on which to model such skin rejuvenation. This model comes from the innate immune system response of snails. It is characterized by natural mechanisms that have evolved to counter act infection and foreign pathogens as a primary method of defense.
The innate immune system is comprised of the cells and mechanisms that defend the host from infection by other organisms, in a non-specific manner. This means that the cells of the innate system recognize, and respond to, pathogens in a generic way, but unlike the adaptive immune system, it does not confer long-lasting or protective immunity to the host.
Although apparently less sophisticated than the immune systems of vertebrates, invertebrate immunity is much older in terms of its evolution, and likely served as the progenitor to sophisticated vertebrate systems, and also has apparently served these animals well enough to keep their lineage alive for the past several hundred million years.
Invertebrates also respond to injury and insult from the environment by regenerating damaged cells, and even full organs and their skin, without an immoderate inflammatory reaction and yield quick results and an orderly, fully orchestrated, skin repair and remodeling without aberrant scar healing! Yes, this is accomplished by little creatures that we, arrogant humans, many times consider an inferior form of life, in a less evolved stage.
Unlike the plethora of false claims touting new inventions and clever concoctions by the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries this is nothing new. In fact it is very old, and already exists due to the simple genius of nature. This is life’s completely balanced solution for healing skin injury, and removing all visible evidence of any skin trauma while preventing future breakouts.
Though you may be disgusted by the source of our proposed solution we believe that the tremendous benefits received by our clients far outweigh any unconventional and unpractical notions of inappropriateness. After you’ve experienced the results you’ll begin to change those perceptions.
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Physical exfoliation combined with enzymes & skin regeneration activators
You may have stumbled upon this little creature in your backyard, if you live in areas of the world blessed by Mediterranean weather and soil conditions. Maybe you even noticed it has a skin with the same structural elements that our skin is made of: collagen, elastin, and all the molecules our skin matrix is made of.
But his modus operandi when its skin or some of its organs are damaged and then attacked by micro-organisms is quite different than our strong internal inflammatory reaction. It copiously produces and bubbles and bathes in the ONLY natural fluid substance created by a living creature —as a result of its beautiful evolutionary drift of billions of years— to moisturize its skin deeply and effectively while at the same time protecting the skin with antimicrobial peptides, antioxidants, and molecules that trigger the orderly regeneration, rebuilding or renewal of whatever cells and structures may be damaged.
For human skin, it does, from the outside, the same plus more. It not only strengthen the body’s ability to ingest and kill infectious particles or dead/dying cells and reinforces the action of the antimicrobial peptides that our skin secretes, such as the ß-defensins, but it also surprisingly restores balance to skin disturbed by internal hormonal disorders, such as acne and rosacea, and not only to skin affected by lesions and injuries arising from accidents, hazards or environmental pollution, damaging UV radiation, parasites, bacteria, fungus, virus or chemicals.
Discouraging over-zealous immune system responses that attack healthy tissue
The molecules in the biological substance signal the body that it is being taken care of and needs NOT respond to disturbing agents with uncontrolled inflammatory reactions, for it is being supplied with the proper proteins, enzymes and nutrients necessary to quickly control bacteria and to trigger scar less healing.
Thus in a totally different way than our evolutionary drive has conditioned us humans to over-respond to those factors, from within, as the most effective means to thrive in an environment that was dominated by infectious bacteria.
For such was homo sapiens reality during thousands of years and until society learned hygiene and modern science discovered antibiotics —which by the way have an anti-inflammatory effect that is now deemed to be a far more important effect for people who suffer severe acne and rosacea than it is the anti-biotic effect (which means anti-life) that kills bacteria.
Topical application of the substance created by this little creature, reinforces the action of the antimicrobial peptides that our skin secrete, and prevents the cells from initiating the signaling cascade that leads to acne inflammatory reactions and healing through the scarring pathway. It seems to accomplish so by altering the local environment in a way that favors the scarless healing pathway.
The biological substance operates for its creator in such an irreducible complex way that it can be a challenge to try to explain how specifically it modulates the response of the immune cells, especially of the macrophages, which are the oldest and most consistently preserved immunologic competent cells known.
When these cells are activated, they stimulate a cascade of events which enhances immunity. All the functions, including phagocytosis (ability to engulf foreign cells, materials and particles), release of certain cytokines (intercellular “messages”) and the processing of antigens are improved.
This recent publication confirms previous research done in Spain (1999-2001) that claims the secretion of land snails of the species Cryptomphalus Aspersa or Helix Aspersa Müller has skin-regenerative properties.
It also has superoxide dismutase (SOD) and glutathione-S-transferase (GST) antioxidant activities as well as other multiple modes of antioxidant action, acting at the level of free radical production and also sequestering free radicals.
It stimulates fibroblast proliferation and rearrangement of the dinamic structures in the actin cytoskeleton of cells.
Additional mechanisms involved in the regenerative effect of the mollusk’s secretion include the stimulation of extracellular matrix assembly and the regulation of metalloproteinase enzyme activities, which limits the extent of the damage during wounding and scar formation.
Together, these effects provide an array of molecular mechanisms underlying the secretion’s induced cellular regeneration and support its use as a skin regenerative treatment product for skin lesions and alterations.
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