Deep acne scars are often more difficult to treat because they are in the form of pockmarks, rolling scars or boxing scars, but there are other methods that are available in order to treat these types of skin issues. Laser treatment is one of the most popular methods for treating deep acne scars. Fractional resurfacing lasers are one of the newest lasers on the market, which work by producing thousands of tiny columns of microscopic treatment zones in the skin while leaving the surrounding tissue unaffected. By treating deep acne scars in fractions, this approach allows the skin to heal faster than if the entire face were treated at one time. After each treatment, the natural healing process in your body produces newer and healthier tissue, which replaces the imperfections over time. To hear about one individual cleared her deep acne scars, read
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Electro facial resurfacing is another option for treating deep acne scars. It was developed as an alternative to laser therapy and consists of a specially adapted apparatus that works to smooth surface skin irregularities and removes various surface abnormalities. It is a great alternative to harsher methods and for those that want to spot treat certain parts of their face. In order to prevent deep acne scars from forming, prevention is essential. Check out
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