I also heard that aloe vera is a very good method.Recently I found out from one website showing that bio-oil is actually quite good for lighten the acne scars as well.Maybe you can have a look on this product.
I'm not too sure about the effect of using it,because I gonna start using it soon.Try find more info about it.What's a cheap way of getting rid of acne scars?
The best way would be to prevent the scars in the first place. This can be done by understanding the causes of acne and using the appropriate types of treatment for the various types of acne. However, if you were unable to prevent the accumulation of old acne scar the following tips should help you.
#1 Peel a small cube of garlic, cut it and rub it on your acne scars before bed. Rinse with warm water in the morning. The downside to this method, is that the garlic has a very weird smell; however this technique if done daily can dramatically reduce your acne scars.
#3 Mix 1 teaspoon honey with 2 glasses of water right early in the morning, and drink it. The toxins in your body will be immediately eliminated through urine, and your swelling will be diminished occurred due to acne.
There are many other methods to get rid of old acne scars, but these methods listed above have been used by many individuals who have reported that they have helped them to clear there acne scars.
There is nothing pleasant about acne while it is happening. Acne causes mental and emotional distress particularly among teenagers. But most teenagers outgrow acne. By the time they are in their early 20s, the acne is gone along with the mental and emotional pain of having acne. It is all in the past. Unfortunately, acne scars often remain to keep reminding the former acne sufferer of the pain, and the scars continue to put a blight on his or her appearance. Instead of clear, smooth, youthful skin, every time they look in a mirror they see the reflection of acne past.
There is hope. Acne scars can be removed. Basically there are two procedures that are used to remove those ugly scars left over from teenage or young adult acne.
Of the two choices, laser resurfacing is the least expensive. Hospitalization isn't required. Laser resurfacing can be done in the dermatologist's office so it is far less expensive. The dermatologist uses a laser to remove the top layer of skin and also to tighten the middle layer of skin. He or she will use only a local anesthetic to help reduce the pain of the procedure. It usually takes several days for the skin to heal after a laser resurfacing procedure is done, and often multiple treatments are required to achieve the desired results.
The other procedure that is often used to remove acne scars is called ';dermabrasion.'; In dermabrasion, a rotating wire brush is used to remove the top layer of skin. After a layer of skin is removed, the body produces new skin and it is smoother than the layer that was removed. It usually takes between 10 days and three weeks for skin to heal after a dermabrasion treatment and, like laser resurfacing, multiple treatments are usually required.
Aloe vera works but I'm allergic to aloe so I do know that lemon juice dabbed on the acne with a cotton ball works though.
There are some simple solutions that may help you that do not cost an arm and a leg... some are home remedies even.
Don't jump into something without doing some research.
Try spackle. Hah just kidding, use lemon juice.