Acne breakouts is tough enough and there have been several new advances in science that have given you a wide range of treatments to cure acne severity. Depending on the severity of your acne, you may suffer from acne scars. What is acne scaring?
Acne scarring is often caused by inflamed lesions on the surface of the skin some of which are papule, pustule and cyst. The inflammation occurs when the follicle becomes full of excess oil, bacteria and dead skin tissue. With all this excess bacteria the pore swells and breaks at the follicle wall. The scar occurs when a deep rupture occurs at the surface of the skin and the infected material spills into the dermis which destroys healthy skin tissue.
Since you are now aware of how an acne scar can happen on the surface of the skin, there are some very good treatments for acne scars. Here is one of the best acne scar treatments that you can apply to cure the scar on the surface of your skin.
Cortisone and Fade Creams
Cortisone is used to decrease inflammation and flatten the acne occurrence on the skin. This can be applied even before the acne scar surfaces on the skin. Many people use cortisone because they are aware of how sensitive there skin is and take pre-active measures to calm down acne scaring. Secondly, fade creams which can be purchased at almost any drug stores will reduce acne scarring. These have become popular over the last few years because they do the job and are cheaper than a few years back.
Fade creams have ingredients like Kojic acid which is a skin ligtener. This lighter over the years has been derived from mushroom extract. Vitamin C and an ingredient called ascorbic acid can be used as alternatives since both can provide a lightening element to your skin.
Ascorbic acid however is used in more extreme cases because instead of lightening the skin around the effected area, it removes the layer of skin until the scar is removed from the surface. If you visit a doctor, they will most likely provide a prescription medication since they contain slightly higher levels of ascorbic acid and will do the trick a lot quicker. They maybe even provide a prescription depending on the severity of the scar on the skin tissue.
Keep in mind that some medications will work better than others and some may even show slight side effects. It is important to not stop short of curing your acne and to keep trying different medications until you find one that works. People have different levels of scarring and different levels of sensitivity on the skin. It is important to find something that works.