Acne / Acne Scar
- Excess oil produced by sebaceous glands / oil glands in our skin,
- Hormonal changes
- Sometimes even as a reaction to certain medication or diseases.
- They may present as uninflamed blackheads to pus-filled pimples or large, red and tender bumps which can be treated with over-the-counter creams, chemical peels and maintaining a skin health routine, as well as prescription antibiotics.
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An acne scar is formed as a result of inflammation of acne blemishes.
Acne scars can be of different types. In the beginning, the scars may appear as only reddish marks on the skin. These spots are easy to eliminate if treated at the correct time. Eventually, the scars may start getting deeper and appear as blemishes or dark spots on the face.
Sometimes a bout of acne may be really very severe and it may damage the skin. The easiest way to eliminate acne scars is prevention.
Even if you do get acne, be careful not to pinch the pimples or rub them vigorously. If you do that and control acne in time then chances are your skin will not get acne scars.
Multiple options like depigmentation, chemical peeling, laser treatment, and dermabrasion are available to help you regain the youthful skin. Skin treatment extends to the most sophisticated methods of acne scars removal like derma rollers, fractional lasers, etc.
Pimples / Acne can leave quite unbecoming marks on the face. Acne scars removals should be done promptly with the best acne treatments to available at La transformatione to ensure you have a clear, flawless skin.
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Dr. Shruti Gautam
Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon
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Senior Nurse and Operations co-ordinator