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Scarless Treatment Serum


Scarless Treatment Serum can help to lighten acne scars and marks.  It also has antimicrobial action to help preventing infection





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Tackling Acne Scars the right way

Living with acne skin can be difficult but, for many, the problems continue after the papules and pustules have cleared up. Acne can leave skin marked and scarred and, if someone has experience severe acne, the subsequent scarring can be equally severe and distressing.

Scars form when the outermost layers of skin, the epidermis, has been damaged and the deeper layers of the skin are also affected. Skin is unable to regenerate itself exactly as it was so the wound is replace by granulation tissue which is made up of collagen fibers. These  fibers fill the wound from the inside out and help to heal the damaged area of skin. This replacement tissue may heal the injury, but can also remain visible.

Treating Acne Scars

Acne might be a temporary problem, but acne scars if not treated well, can become a permanent problem. Acne scars are actually not true scars, they are post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), which is a temporary skin discoloration that will slowly fade away with proper care.


Types of Acne Scars

Acne can cause atrophic scars known as ‘ice pick’ scars

There are several different types of scars. The following are those most closely associated with acne:

  • Atrophic scars
    These are pitted or sunken scars and are sometimes referred to as `ice pick scars`. They develop when a wound does not heal correctly and too little binding tissue is formed. The scar then develops beneath the surrounding tissue and a small, visible indentation (dimple) develops.
  • Hypertrophic scars
    You can recognize hypertrophic scars from an elevation in the skin or scar tissue. Where there was previously an inflamed blemish, the skin produces ‘inferior’ tissue. This doesn’t have the same structure as healthy tissue and therefore becomes thicker and sits above the surrounding skin.
  • Keloids
    When a Hypertrophic scar continues to grow and spreads into other areas of the skin it is known as a keloid. Keloid scars are raised and are a reddish purple when new but then fade. This form of scar is only occasionally caused by acne, it is more commonly associated with burns.

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