Saturday, May 15, 2010

How to remove scars from Acne

The scars caused by acne are the result of some degree of acne in which there was an infection and inflammation and was never healed properly.

Importantly, the severity of the scars depends largely on the ability of the skin to heal itself, obviously capacity varies from person to person and depends on the genes.
Some people by skin type and your genetics obviously have an innate ability to heal quickly and completely. Others however have sensitive skin that is easily irritated and creates more scarring. These people should take more precautions to prevent the early formation of the unwanted scars or to reduce them.

Luckily today the scars caused by acne are treatable and there are several very effective techniques to completely eliminate these heinous marks bother both women and men around the world.

It is also important to clarify that the black spots or white no scarring whatsoever.
As explained in the first paragraph the scars are caused when the pimples or blackheads become infected and inflamed and there is no proper treatment in time.

That is why to prevent these infections and therefore should not extraerte scars pimples or blackheads yourself. If no precautions are running the risk of introducing bacteria and infect the comedones and thereby develop scars.

Types of Acne Scars
In general terms one can say that there are two types of scars:
Calls pigmented scars and commonly called "holes" or "wells" in the skin.

Scars Pigmented stains are pink or brown coloration that persist after the pimples disappear. This is the result of pigment concentration on the grain when it is already healing.
The darker the skin of the person with acne problems (although these types of skin are much less prone to acne) easier to develop this type of scarring.
The "holes" or "wells" They are literally small holes in the skin. They are more common in people with fair skin.
These scars are the result of severely inflamed pimples with pus. The best way to avoid these scars is to go to a dermatologist or professional cosmetologist because if you squeeze yourself with pus grains almost certainly be able to generate this kind of scar on your face.

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