Even though you鈥檝e gotten rid of your acne, scars become a second problem. There are many ways to treat acne scars. You may apply topical treatments, but exfoliation is just as important. Exfoliate at least once a week. If you just keep on applying topical treatments, they won鈥檛 be able to slough off dead skin cells effectively. When dead skin cells accumulate on your skin, your skin pores become clogged. As a result, redness and inflammation occurs and your skin becomes highly susceptible to scarring.
Depending on the severity of your scars, one of the many at-home-microdermabrasion kits such as the OLAY Regenerist - Microdermabrasion %26amp; Peel Kit or the Neutrogena Advanced Solutions At Home MicroDermabrasion System may work for you. These kits cost less than $50.What can I use to make my acne scars fade?
I use some Clinique products. One is a spot healing gel and their Post Blemish Formula. They both work really well. You do have to be patient, though. Also, if you aren't already using a daily cleansing routine, you might want to look into their 3-step program, as well. If you ask anyone working with Clinique products they can usually help.
Olive OIL.... but make sure it's not processed. Vitamin E and Aloe will also help but oil will help generate new softer skin cells. Just gently massage into area for around 5 minute each day then wipe off with a moist towel. Give yourself a couple of weeks before you see the difference! Good Luck! :-)
i actually think i saw scar jel or something at CVS. i didn't read about or anything though. i just saw it. but it was in that acne and facewash section. mabey it'll wrok if u try it.
You would be wasting your money so save up for the dermatologist.