Acne Scars Treatment – Get Rid of Acne Scars

by admin2 on December 2, 2011

Our acne scars treatment cream aims to get rid of acne scar tissues and damaged cells by helping the body in it’s own process of healing lesions and replacing damaged collagen. It works by dissolving damaged skin tissues with enzymes and by activating skin regeneration when you coat your skin or rub into your skin our anti acne cream.

If you have serious acne scarring… the information below is intended to guide you through the options available so that you take action and initiate the acne scar removal process while your acne is still active… or while you are on Accutane®.

Avoid and Cure Demeaning Acne Scars

You should start the treatment of acne lesions before having to regret the loss of tissues (holes) or the excess fibrotic scarring your system creates when it reacts with a strong inflammatory response, for then acne scar treatment is not going to be easy or quick.

Types of Acne Scars

Acne scars are characterized either by loss of tissue (ice pick or pitted, indented boxcar scars, rolling acne scars, depressed fibrotic scars) or by the abnormal formation of new thickened tissues (fibrotic, hypertrophic or keloid scars).

Those acne scars are the sad result of a process where injuries are caused to the cells lining the sebum canals when there is a sudden outflow of sebum to the surface of the skin in turn caused by hormonal imbalances or because of hardened sebum or increased pressure on the skin cells arising from blockage of the outflow of sebum by clogged or blocked skin pores.

In fact acne scarring is the outcome when our immune system has to rely just on its own resources to heal acne lesions, for then it acts according to the lessons it learned during our evolutionary drift or according to how the healing process has been designed to work:

All injuries or wounds, scrapes or blisters represent a perilous threat to our survival, not only due to blood loss, but also due to tissue damage or infection from the invasion of micro-organisms and/or foreign bodies such as dirt, splinters and bacteria.

The healing mechanism that has evolved or has been designed to react to such threats has two basic characteristics:

First, there is a quick and robust inflammatory response, which sets on the alarms and triggers a cascade of events that begin with a call to action to its fire fighters by the names of lymphocytes, macrophages, neutrophils and so on… to the injured site.

Second, there is a fibrotic “walling-off” response to isolate foreign bodies, and prevent germs from ceasing the opportunity to penetrate at the site of a lesion.

Problem is those firemen arrive inflamed with chemical weapons and can care less if they also liquefy or destroy adjacent skin and lead to abscess formation. After all they’ve learned, during our evolutionary drift, that intruders at a site of lesion may become a matter of life or death.

Beauty IS NOT a Priority For Our Immune System – Acne Scars Are Not a Matter of Life or Death

To restore the integrity of the skin as quickly as possible, closure of skin lesions and repair of missing skin tissues occur rapidly by an evolutionary mechanism that leads to granulation and fibrosis, and in other more common words: scars.

Now, in normal skin genesis or in skin regeneration without scars, extracellular matrix is formed with the collagen bundles deposited in a basket weave pattern.

By contrast, when granulation tissues form in wound healing, collagen bundles are laid down in parallel between the margins of the skin lesions. The abnormal architecture of the collagen deposition creates tissues of weaker tensile strength and produces the characteristic scars.

Studies of the wound healing process in humans and in animals show, for a fact, that the first 48 hours after a skin lesion are key in determining the scarring outcome. The best outcome is when interventions are made within this window. A possible explanation is that the small number of signaling molecules in the initial cytokine cascade triggered by the skin healing process can have a deep effect on the levels/ratios of inflammatory cells and growth factors recruited to the wound site.

In addition, the recruited cells influence the receptor profiles on the target cells, further affecting the healing response and subsequent scar deposition.

Unfortunately very seldom acne scar treatment products or methods are designed to work with what our biology dictates, or support our immune system in its task to heal lesions and dissolve acne scars.

The key to skin renewal is a process where

(1) the skin is irritated or slightly damaged by exfoliating agents (such as enzymes contained naturally and in a low dose in our products) or mildly damaged by other procedures (“sanding” by dermabrasion or burning by laser).

This is followed by

(2) a natural rebuilding of the skin that removes imperfections, rebuilds collagen and elastin fibers that tighten skin, and increases the amount of glycosamoinoglycans, the moisture-holding proteins that give skin its firmness.

The stronger the exfoliation or skin damage, the stronger is the skin rebuilding action. Unfortunately, strong exfoliation causes strong skin irritation with itching, burning, and pain. And the results of laser resurfacing or dermabrasion depend on the skills of the professional.

After a wound, injury or inflammatory response has occurred to the skin, both skin cells and connective tissue cells (fibroblasts) begin multiplying to repair the damage. The fibroblasts form a framework upon which the skin cells can migrate into and fill in the wound. It is the balance between the rate of replication of fibroblasts versus skin cells that is IMPORTANT here.

If the fibroblasts replicate too quickly, they can form a dense network that is not as easily penetrated by the skin cells and that results in a large thick scar. If the skin cells keep up with the fibroblasts, then little scar tissue is formed and the skin has a more normal appearance after the wound has healed. Thus, to get good results it is IMPERATIVE healing of acne scars progresses at a rapid pace.

Acne Scars Treatment with a Naturally Occurring Serum packed with Enzymes

The natural organic serum embodied in our BIOSKINEXFOL acne scars removal cream and in all our skin treatment products contains biological enzymes that “digest” or dissolve the damaged or worn out cells while at the same time other molecules within it act as skin regeneration accelerators or triggers of the proliferation of fibroblasts that give rise to new connective tissues and hydrating molecules within the skin. The result is a coordinated biological regulation of the skin renewal process and thus healthy skin and advanced skin resurfacing and rejuvenation.

When used as a long term skin care routine (2 to 4 months) it may be as good as a short term strong chemical peel or a skilled dermabrasion procedure. The skin regeneration accelerators are: enzymes and special peptides (amino-acid chains) that signal the body to start reproducing human skin cells as quickly as for the repair of the snail’s skin.

The beauty and genius of nature’s most complete and balanced biological acne scarring removal product is that it operates by creating the equivalent of a Non-Trauma exfoliation treatment

This means your body will react without burning or stimulating a strong wound healing response and instead by activating its own biological response modifiers.

Thereby the serum supports your body’s immune system and repair mechanisms and is an effective treatment for skin injuries (cuts, bruises, abrasions, acne lesions, acne scars, wounds, burns), dysfunctional tissues (keratosis, keloid and hypertrophic scars, excess dryness).

It also prevents excess inflammatory reactions that further destroy tissues and as well prevents immune-mediated inflammatory skin disorders (inflammatory acne, rosacea, eczema and dermatitis reactions).

By applying the serum on your skin the healing of all types of acne scars and acne marks will proceed in an environment that has been provided with all the molecule messengers that are necessary for

  • a) the recognition of those cells and tissues that are damaged and need to be “digested” by the enzymes;
  • b) an orchestrated regeneration or biosynthesis of new healthy tissues; and
  • c) the protection of antioxidants that limit damage from free radical generation generated from the very same metabolism of the cells that participate in the immune system and create free radicals to fight invading microbes.

When the enzymes “digest” or dissolve the topmost micron of skin (part of the outer layer that is no thicker than a sheet of paper, slowly and over a period of time) unlike all other such methods as glycolic acid peels, dermabrasion or laser resurfacing, there is no heat and blistering, so there is nothing to heal.

Frequently Asked Questions About Acne Scars

The horny layer is often compared to a brick-and-mortar construction: The large cells of the epidermis are packed tightly together, while the small spaces between them are filled with fats (lipids). The design is foolproof: The corneocytes keep foreign material out, and the lipids make sure water stays in. The second layer (the epidermis) is about 80µm micrometers or microns thick. The third layer (the dermis) contains the capillaries and nerve endings and is several millimeters thick.

A micrometer is one-millionth of a meter – one-thousandth of a millimeter. One micron is about a tenth of the diameter of a droplet of mist or fog. It can be written in scientific notation as 1×10−6 m, meaning 1 / 1,000,000 m.

Yet it’s on this hard ground that most products are meant to work. Most skin-care products focus on moisturizing the ‘dead’ layer of the skin, the 10 microns or so that require water so they don’t feel dry, but that is not enough and in most cases it is deleterious for it ends wetting the skin too much.

The combination of tough stratum corneum layer and live epidermis makes it extremely difficult for external substances to penetrate skin. Traditionally, only small water-soluble molecules are able to diffuse slowly into the skin.

Physical exfoliation of 10 or so microns, specially of rough scar tissues helps active ingredients to penetrate more easily the outer layer of the skin into the epidermis and the basal layer, while they also polish the surface and make it softer and look and feel more even.

If scars are indented, pitted or so called ice-pick scars the action of the enzymes in our biological organic serum combined with physical exfoliation with abrading micro-crystals embedded in a cream base is best.

BIOSKINEXFOL, our home microdermabrasion cream for acne scars treatment uses a) micro-crystals to polish away the uppermost top microns of damaged skin and b) enzymes that take away scar tissues while acting as skin healing accelerators to increase the natural healing processes and thus obtain an even better final result.

Bioskinexfol for acne scars treatment

Three month’s supply 120 grams = 4 oz $89.00

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