None. Astrigents help with acne, not acne scars.
None. Scars require a medical procedure -fractionated laser treatment for permanent improvement. What is called scarring am be color change; this improves with a medium strength chemical peel.
None. As far as I know there are no astringents that will get rid of acne scars. Even laser treatments only minimize the appearance of acne scars. The best treatment is prevention of the acne. Consult a dermatologist for the best treatment of ongoing acne.
None. No astrigent will remove acne scars. Astrigents can help with acne.
What type of acne scars do I have and how can I treat them? They are dark surface scars I have had for months hard to get rid of. I have dry skin only
Hmmm. You as what type of acne scars do I have - however without a photo - it would be impossible. Frequently one gets post inflammatory hyperpigmentation after an acute exacerbation of acne that will improve with time.
Dark spot treatment. Dark surface spots left over after acne clearance is called post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. The inflammation caused by the acne lesion basically leaves behind a stain on the skin. These can be hard to treat but often times will resolve after several months. A daily sunscreen is recommended. Other treatment options can help such as topical retinoids, chemical peels, and hydroquinone.
I have acne scar and hyper pigmentation. Where do I go to get rid of it and what type of treatment do I ask for?
Deramtologist. The vi peel is safe for any color skin and can lighten dark areas in one week. It can be pre treated with bleaching agents containing hydroquinone, kojic acid or coffeberry extract. It will have an effect on scars, but fractionated laser will be required for a long term result for scarring. Either co2 or erbium are affective, but erbium is better tolerated by darker skin types.
Laser Specialist. When acne scars are associated with inflammatory pigment, it is usually best to get the pigment under control prior to treatment of the scars. This can be done a variety of ways, using topical bleaching agents, sunscreen and light chemical peeling. Acne scars can then be treated using fillers, subcision and fractionated lasers. The choice of laser would depend on skin type and pigmentation.
What type of acne scar? They are brown surface scars on my dark complexion, been there for months. I have dry skin. What can I do to get rid of them
? really scars. Do you really have scars or are they just discolorations? If you run your hand over the surface of your skin does it feel smooth or bumpy. If it feels smooth they are just discolorations. You can talk to your doctor about the various bleaching creams are available if they are not truly scars.
See dermatologist. (S)he will examine you and suggest appropriate treatment.
Multiple Options. The treatment depends on the severity and appearance of the scarring and how much you're willing to spend on treatment. Derma roller treatment is very inexpensive and can improve scarring all over the face. Much more expensive treatments such as ematrix or fraxel can improve the surface texture of your skin as well.
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Laser. Laser is probably the most commonly used treatment for this. Multiple sessions may be needed and complete resolution should not be expected. Dermabrasion is another method.
Numerous choices. There are a variety of treatments that vary according to the severity of scars: chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, fillers, fat grafting, excision, grafting, etc.
Laser. There are many options, including laser and dermabrasion.
Improve Acne Scars. There are several options to consider, depending on your skin color, age, extent of acne scarring, amount of improvement you wish and the amount of post procedure recovery time you are able to tolerate.
Acne Scars. There are several treatments for acne scars depending on the type of scars. Most acne scars improve with laser procedures. Some more mild scars may only require chemical peels or microdermabasion., while more severe scarring may require dermabasion or surgical scar revision. Please consult your dermatologist to help guide you through.
Please see. Please see dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon that treats acne scars with chemical peels, dermabrasion and fractional laser etc.
Many ways. There are many ways to get help with acne scars. See a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon for advice and management.