Options to ease pain for laser for acne scars without numbing cream or pills?

Neural distraction. Dear bobcat22628: you could pretreat with ice or cryogenic spray or try neural distraction or neural confusion like vibration or moving two-point discrimination.

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I want to get rid of deep acne scars. Do I need Microdermabrasion, Chemical peels or laser therapy? I have tried pills from dr & creams even blue light

Professional help. I am sorry you tried worthless cures, and if someone charged you money for "blue light" therapy, I would urge you to contact your local prosecuting attorney. Pills and creams won't touch these. You'll need to get with a specialist dermatologist or plastic surgeon for a filler, microsurgery, or laser work. Especially, if you see a kid whose acne is being neglected, say something. Best wishes. Read more...
Resurfacing. Skin resurfacing by a chemical peel, laser peel, or dermabrasion will be the only ways to improve on severe acne scaring. Of them i prefer dermabrasion for acne scaring because you can "shave" the top of the skin (mountains) more efficiently while leaving the scar tissue (valleys) untouched. this way the difference between the valleys and the mountains is decreased. Hope this helps. Read more...

How to get ride of old acne scars and marks except laser... Any best cream and soaf?

You will save. hundreds of dollars by having it evaluated for laser treatment that rebuilds collagen, which is why the scar is so apparent and visible. Go for a consult, and invest. You may surprise yourself. Everything else is only helping to exfoliate, but not help reduce and get rid of your scar, depending on how deep the scar is. Go for the gusto! Read more...
Skin lightening. See a dermatologist. Use of retinoic acid may be helpful. Read more...

Is there a way to permanently shrink or eliminate poc marks/holes on my face from former acne scars from 10 years ago? With a laser or cream maybe?

Dermatology visit. I'm really sorry that your acne wasn't treated properly and you ended up with scars. A dermatologist can treat these with laser, dermabrasion, filler or microsurgery. Scars won't vanish but can be made less apparent. Creams won't touch it. Read more...
Yes. Creams are unlikely to be effective. If you visit a plastic surgeon or dermatologist, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, fillers, fat grafting or scar excision would be some of the options. Read more...

Any treatment for acne scars other than lasers, such as chemical peels or creams?

Nothing works well. The main thing you should do is make sure you control your active lesions. Once you get a scar, lasers, peels, creams, dermabrasions just do not work well! come on in and we can discuss your options. http://www.orangecountyplasticsurgery.com/index.html. Read more...

What to do if I do not want to do fractional co2 laser cause its painfull and kinda expensivebut is there any product like a cream or something to reduce acne scars?

None. There is no cream that I know of that will reduce acne scars. There are some products that may help you and aren't as $$$ as the laser. A series of medical grade peels may help reduce or soften the scars and they would be under $1000 for the package. Read more...