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Reduce Acne Scars at Home with Tips from New Website


Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/21/2014 -- A trip to the dermatologist is not the only solution for dealing with acne scarring, a new website About Acne Scars is sharing ways to reduce acne scars at home.

Unfortunately, acne scars are permanent raised hypertrophic skin marks that are raised above the skin surface making the skin very bumpy. An acne scar can also produce small depressions in the skin, sometimes called a skin pothole or an ice pick scar. “Before treating acne scars it is important to know the difference between an acne scar and a post zit dark mark. The brown or red pigmentations that appear following an acne outbreak are caused by inflammation that is temporary and those marks will disappear on their own over time. Sometimes, the brown or red marks are the result of a broken blood vessel that will also disappear over time,” the About Acne Scars educates its readers.

Finding how to reduce acne scars naturally with the right treatment depends on the type of scars as well as budget and skin type. The About Acne Scars website explores different options for dealing with this embarrassing skin condition. Some of the treatment options for acne scarring are chemical peels, skin lightening products, steroid injections, dermal fillers, laser treatments and punch excisions. About Acne Scars website points out that while all the options are effective, some come with a high cost, low success rate or medical risks. Which is why the site reaches out to those suffering from acne or acne scarring by posting articles such as, 4 Proven Acne Scar Removal Techniques, Pimple Scar Removal, Acne Scar Remedies That Truly Work.

In addition, the site includes an acne scar treatment review of one of the top natural acne reducing products, Dermefface FX7. This top skin care product from Skinception is made up of five clinically tested active ingredients, five enhanced moisturizers and 10 powerful antioxidants. The products reviewed on the site claim to reduce scarring in four weeks or less by using ingredients that encourage collagen regeneration and cell growth. Acne sufferers can find out more about this product and other tips by visiting About Acne Scars online.

About Acne Scars
The About Acne Scars website is a health and beauty site dedicated to investigating and highlighting safe and (where possible) natural solutions to acne scarring health and beauty issues. For more information, visit http://aboutacnescars.org/