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Types of Acne Scars & How To Heal Them

Types of Acne Scars & How To Heal Them

Acne scars can be a real confidence killer. They're one of the most common side effects of acne, and they can last for years. But what are acne scars, and how do you get rid of them? There are five main types of acne scars: boxcar scars, rolling acne scars, icepick scars, hypertrophic acne scars and raised acne scars.

The five types of acne scars

Boxcar scars are the most common type of acne scar. They're usually round or oval and have sharp edges. Rolling scars are less common, but they can be just as tricky to deal with. They look like tiny depressions in the skin and can be hard to get rid of. Icepick scars are the deepest type of acne scar. They look like tiny holes in the skin and can be very difficult to treat. Hypertrophic scars are raised, red scars that can be itchy and uncomfortable. They're usually the result of picking or squeezing acne. And finally, raised acne scars are exactly what they sound like - raised, red scars that can be painful and take longer to heal.

So, how do you get rid of acne scars?

There are a number of ways to get rid of acne scars. The most effective way will depend on the type of scar you have.

Boxcar scars are often treated with lasers or dermabrasion. Rolling scars can usually be treated with lasers or fillers. Icepick scars can usually be treated with lasers, fillers or surgery. Hypertrophic scars can be treated with steroids, laser therapy or surgery. And raised acne scars can be treated with lasers, fillers or surgery.

However, these methods are invasive and very expensive. Before you try these methods, it's worth giving this Acne Scar Removal Treatment Cream some time to work it's magic. At only $24.97 and with over 500 five star reviews and an 100 day money back guarantee, it's a no brainer!

This best-selling tea tree oil acne scar cream was specially formulated for one thing, the elimination of acne scars. It significantly improves scar texture, color & overall appearance of acne scars for healthier and smoother-looking skin. It's creamy and light, plus this cream was created to reduce acne scarring while preventing future breakouts. The formulation is safe for sensitive skin yet powerful enough to help improve the appearance of acne scars and skin texture. It's infused with tea tree oil, this intensive treatment aids in inflammation reduction and redness. It works on both new and old acne scars, and some people report seeing results in only 48 hours!

Tips for preventing acne scars

As the saying goes, prevention is the best cure. While you are working on treating your existing acne scarring, you can do a lot to prevent new ones forming. The most important thing is to keep your skin clean and free of dirt and oil. Use this 3 in 1 Acne Kit, (which includes a FREE dermaroller!) on a daily basis to kill acne causing bacteria and achieve clear skin. Don't pick or squeeze your acne, we know it's tempting but it's a big no no if you want to be free of acne scars. And finally, use a sunscreen every day to protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays.