Active breakouts are frustrating enough, but the scars acne can leave behind can feel downright diabolical. The good news is that acne scars can be treated.
Scars are formed when a breakout penetrates the skin deeply and damages the tissues beneath it.
Before you try to treat your scars, it’s important to know what type they are. Each type responds to treatment differently, and some treatments are better for particular types than others.
There are several types of scars on the skin:
- Hypertrophic or raised scars-These scars are most common with chest and back acne. They stand above the surface of the surrounding skin and are caused by too much collagen during healing.
- Atrophic or depressed scars– most common on the face. A depressed scar sits below the surrounding skin. They’re formed when not enough collagen is made while the wound is healing.
- Cleidoid scar – the formation of which begins after 3-4 months after healing.
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