Thursday, December 17, 2009

How to get rid of acne scars on the face besides doctor visits?

I still have some pimples %26amp; little acne on my face but, I want the scars that I have now from previous acne gone, they're not really deep but, it bothers me. Are there any creams, home treatments, or something that really works? I don't have the time or money to have it removed by an doctor or skin specialist.How to get rid of acne scars on the face besides doctor visits?
MicrodermabrasionHow to get rid of acne scars on the face besides doctor visits?
try a light acne cleaser, then some ecaderma scar cream, (sorry not spelled right)


Kitty *:-)
It depends on how deep the acne scars are. Dermabrassion may help those tiny scars, but beware, my dermatologist did made my face WORSE by this and created more scars. The deep ones need a FILLER, which plump up the skin so the scar is flat. There are tons of different kinds of fillers out there so check them out and find a good dermatologist even if it cost more. I know how it feels to have scars, I am always self-conscious but other people hardly notice them. We seem to be harder on ourselves than others. Hope this helps!
i've been trying this stuff called beautiful skin and to my surprise it's actually working!
zenmed has a scar treatment kit which works pretty good.
Neutrogena makes an awesome facial gel. It's called Acne Mark Fading Peel or something like that. It works amazingly well at clearing up the last pimples and evening out your skin tone.
Retin A. Works the best, but you need an Rx and you can't take it if you are a pregnant female it will cause birth defects.

Try using Vitamin E cream or a lotion with Vitamin E to get rid of the scars has Vitamin E is suppose to heal damage skin cells. Also put a little lemon juice on the scars for about 15 minutes then rinse. Lemons are natures bleach and will help lighten the scars. Here is a small list of foods that help prevent acne:


Butternut squash

Savoy cabbage

Tomato paste



Curly kale

Red bell pepper

Chile peppers

Swiss chard


Sweet potato

Collard greens

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