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Acne Scarring

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Condition Overview

Unwanted scarring and long-lasting brown spots can develop on the skin as a result of severe or persistent acne outbreaks. Acne can leave behind unwanted scars and long-lasting brown spots, which can affect your confidence. Thankfully, this can be reduced and smoothened by the right treatment, helping you gain a smoother and more even-toned complexion.

Acne Scarring FAQs

Acne scarring refers to permanent marks or depressions left on the skin after acne lesions heal. These marks can be in the form of indentations (atrophic scars) or raised bumps (hypertrophic scars). 

Acne scarring typically occurs when the skin’s natural healing process is disrupted during severe or inflammatory acne outbreaks. Picking, squeezing, or not treating acne properly can increase the risk of scarring. 

Not all acne scars fade on their own. Some scars, especially deep or severe ones, may remain visible indefinitely without treatment. 

The timeline for seeing results depends on the chosen treatment and individual factors. Some people may notice improvements within a few weeks, while others may require several months of treatment. 

Complete removal of all acne scars may not always be possible. However, many treatments can significantly improve the appearance of scars, making them less noticeable. 

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