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How To Get Rid of Acne Scars

How To Get Rid of Acne Scars

Active outbreaks are distressing enough, but acne scars can be just as frustrating. The good news is that acne scars are treatable.

However, clearing up any acne permanently is necessary before treatment can begin because recurring breakouts can result in new scars. On the good side, we have listed down some ways you could get rid of acne scars and which Goodieco products would help as well. 

What are Acne Scars

The largest organ in your body is your skin, and it has three main layers.  Beginning with the outermost, they are the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis. As a result of sunlight exposure, the layers help manufacture vitamin D and shield your body's delicate interiors from the weather, UV rays, and bacteria. Acne is more common on the face, back, and chest than in any other place with a sebaceous gland. 

When acne blemishes go through inflammation, they leave behind acne scars. The pore wall breaks down and swells as a result of the acne. Some acne lesions are tiny, and the resulting scars are shallow and quick to heal. A blemish's contents may occasionally leak into the tissue around it, leaving deeper scarring. By generating new collagen strands, the skin responds by healing the scar.

Acne scars typically take one of two different forms: either a scar forms when tissue is lost, leaving an indentation on the skin's surface, or a scar forms that is elevated on the skin's surface. This particular sort of acne scar is an indication that your skin is functioning, albeit potentially too effectively. To aid in the healing of the wound caused by acne, your skin produces collagen, but too much collagen can result in elevated scars.

Remember that just because you have acne doesn't guarantee you will get scars. The good news is that not all acne scars are permanent if you do have them (one in five persons with acne will have scars). There are available treatments. Scars can be almost completely removed by several treatments and medicines, while others use the skin's own collagen to promote healing.


Causes of Acne

Acne is caused by clogged pores. Your pores get irritated as a result of dead skin, oils, and bacteria buildup. You can also be genetically prone to developing acne.


Causes of Acne Scars

The skin and underlying collagen can be harmed by the painful, puffy, red, and deep skin lesions that can result from inflammatory acne. Collagen is produced by the body as these lesions recover. Acne scars that are too much or too little collagen produced don't resemble the skin around them.

Several factors, such as the following, can raise the risk of scarring:

  • Delaying therapy for inflammatory acne due to genetics (i.e., a close relative who has acne scars)
  • picking or popping acne 
  • increased severity of acne, which usually determines how much scarring will result.

An area of healed skin that is darker is known as hyperpigmentation. Melanin production in the skin increases as a result of inflammatory acne. People with darker skin types typically have dark patches.

 

 

Treatments Available To Get Rid of Acne Scars

There are several available treatments to get rid of acne scars, but before moving forward, you should first consult with your dermatologist to determine which one is most suitable for you. Either way, there are several treatments available, such as: 


Laser Treatment

Skin resurfacing using a laser procedure is done without the use of chemicals or washes. It exposes the younger skin cells beneath the top layer of skin, which might lessen the visibility of scarring.

Raised scars' look and texture can be improved with its aid. The hue of hyperpigmented scars can also be lightened with pulsed dye laser therapy.


Microneedling

Lasers and microdermabrasion are only a couple of the treatments available to help reduce the many types of acne scars, but recently, microneedling is one of the most recommended treatments by dermatologists. Microneedling, when done by a specialist, is probably the most acceptable treatment for scars and also lessens the appearance of aging. The procedure includes making tiny punctures in the skin with tiny needles to stimulate cellular renewal and increase collagen and elastin synthesis.


Peels

A chemical peel might be a smart choice if your scars aren't too bad. A therapeutic treatment using a low-pH acid will significantly improve less visible scarring. 

Additionally, at-home peels have advanced significantly in recent years, and there are many great choices available that seek to regenerate the skin's surface, lowering the depth and severity of acne scars. Use a cream that gives light chemical exfoliation to cure acne scars at home. If you'd like to do it conveniently, choose a pre-soaked pad or a liquid resurfacing similar to toner.


At-Home or Natural Remedies

A dermatologist should always be consulted before attempting a new acne scar therapy. If you have acne scars and not another condition, a doctor can confirm this. Additionally, they are able to suggest the best course of action.

By promoting skin cell turnover, many chemicals in over-the-counter chemical peels have been demonstrated to reduce acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and redness.

The right cosmetic product that will surely reduce acne scars should contain the following ingredients:

  • Alpha-Hydroxy Acid
  • Salicylic Acid
  • Retinoids
  • Azelaic Acid


Goodieco Products That Will Help Reduce Acne Scars

Acne scars are indeed unpleasant, but here at Goodieco, we have several products and routines that you may choose from to help you get rid of unwanted acne scars, and give your skin a brighter and fresh glow.

 

Bounce \ 1% Bakuchiol Treatment

Retinol functions by penetrating the skin. Small chemicals enter the dermis, the middle layer of your skin, and promote the synthesis of collagen and elastin. Over time, both of these substances lessen the visibility of pores and acne scarring. Thus, our Bounce \ 1% Bakuchiol Treatment, is a good retinol alternative for you that will also give you smoother and younger-looking skin.

All the advantages of retinol are provided by this natural skin enhancer but without unpleasant or drying side effects.

This product will offer the following benefits to your skin:

  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
  • Improves the suppleness of the skin
  • Solidifies your skin’s texture
  • Increases collagen levels
  • Fantastic for reducing acne
  • Vitamin E-rich to heal skin
  • High vitamin C content to protect and brighten your skin from UV exposure

Proper Usage:

This oil is the best supplement to your skincare routine because it is our purest and strongest to date. The concentrated formula releases the potent active components with just one drop used in your daily serum or moisturizer, giving your skin a more elastic and young appearance.

Supercharged Plus – 4-Step Routine

With the addition of our Bright Skin Powder, this combination improves the Supercharged Trio base. If you want to reduce acne scars and also prevent breakouts, Our Supercharged Plus – 4-Step Routine is the right routine for you since it has an additional   superfine exfoliating and polishing powder, which makes it an excellent solution to improve your regimen and keep those pores clean.

This product offers the following benefits:

  • Removing blocked pores and skin congestion
  • Accelerating cellular turnover to reveal fresher, younger-looking skin
  • Skin brightening
  • Minimizing the risk of breakouts
  • Aiding in skin regeneration and resurfacing damage caused by sun spots, hyperpigmentation, and scarring

Routine Inclusions:

  • 1 pc. 30ml Mint, Cleansing Oil 
  • 1 pc. 30ml Bright, Treatment Oil 
  • 1 pc. 30ml Dream Serum, Balancing Serum 
  • 1 pc. 50ml Bright Skin Powder, Organic Face Polish 

 

Proper Routine Usage:

For a minimum of 8 weeks of usage, and as directed, perform your three steps.

Step 1: Start by cleansing with your Goodieco Cleansing Oil.

Step 2: Prepare the mask

  • Scoop out 1/2 teaspoon of Unmask Powder using a small dish or cup, add water using the same teaspoon, and stir to combine into a paste. To apply the mixture evenly to your face, you want it to be a light paste that is neither too runny nor too thick.
  • Apply the paste to your face and neck in an even layer by dipping your fingertips into it.
  • Allow the mask to dry for approximately 10 minutes before removing it thoroughly and gently with warm water. The faint pink blush appearing on your skin immediately after is natural and will go away. 

Step 3: Next, apply your GoodieCo Facial Oil and Dream Serum.

  • As for the maximum effect, use two or more times each week for brighter, fresh, and even more baby-soft skin.


The Ageless Routine - Overnight Skin Repair

Meanwhile, if you need an evening routine that will complete your daily regimen and also provide natural AHAs and retinoids to promote youthful, beautiful skin then our Ageless Routine - Overnight Skin Repair is our best recommendation for you! This one also works by preventing and counteracting the symptoms of aging. All skin types can utilize this treatment, which is meant to be used as a nighttime regimen in combination with your regular Nourishing/Supercharging routine.

This product offers the following benefits:

  • Minimizes the obvious signs of early aging
  • Rejuvenates and restores drained aged skin.
  • Shields the skin from outside influences (pollution, UV rays, harmful ingredients from makeup products)
  • Raises collagen levels considerably and increases suppleness.
  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines

Top-Shelf Active Ingredients found in this routine are:

  • Antioxidants that protect the skin in their most effective and pure form.
  • Vitamin C to make skin more radiant.
  • Vitamin E to promote cell healing.
  • Vitamin A to boost the formation of collagen.
  • The skin will be nourished by essential fatty acids.
  • To refine and polish pores, this package utilizes natural AHAs.
  • Our exclusive blend of Native Australian Botanical extracts, including Kakadu Plum, Finger lime Caviar, and Quandong, is coupled with sustainably produced Bakuchiol (nature's Retinol substitute without the side-effects).
  • Malic Acid to stimulate its whitening effects

Combining moisturizing gels, oils, and dry actives to feed your skin the ideal dose of active, natural ingredients makes this regimen desirable since it gives your skin a variety of nutrition delivery mechanisms into the skin firmly.

With an expected minimum usage of 8-12 weeks, this routine includes the following:

  • 1 pc.  Bounce, 1% Bakuchiol Oil Serum, 1/3 oz.
  • 1 pc. Dream Serum L’Orange, Ageless Serum, ½ oz.
  • 1 pc. Pow, Vitamin C Nutrient Booster, 0.7 oz.
  • 1 pc. Cushion, Hydro-Essence Spray Serum, 1.7 oz.

 

Proper Routine Usage:

Can be used every night. After cleansing, begin this procedure:

Step 1: Take your Dream Serum L'Orange and POW Skin Power C+ together.

  • Mix 1-2 drops of serum with a third of a spatula's worth of POW powder. Mix it in the palm of your hand by using your fingertip.
  • Spend up to 60 seconds letting it absorb.
  • Avoid pouring serum or liquid straight into the POW container as this will make the powder solidify and become useless.

    Step 2: Following the absorption of your powder/serum mixture, apply 1-2 drops of Bounce to your fingertips, massage them together quickly, and pat lightly all over your face.

    Step 3: Take your Cushion Hydro-Essences and lightly spray it three to four times over your face and neck while holding it about 30 cm away.

     

     

    Additional Tips to Reduce Acne Scars

    Although acne scars cannot be entirely avoided, following these measures reduces the risk of getting acne scars.

    Whenever acne first appears, treat it immediately.

    Getting your acne under control as soon as you can is the finest thing you can do. Start treating it right away, and if your acne doesn't improve after using over-the-counter acne medications, consult a healthcare professional straight soon.

    Acne that is treated quickly tends to have fewer breakouts and doesn't progress to a more serious stage. Scarring can be avoided if pimples are avoided.

    Find A Way to Reduce Inflammation

    In comparison to non-inflamed breakouts and blackheads, large, inflamed acne blemishes are far more likely to result in scarring. Always aim to reduce inflammation and avoid doing anything that could irritate your skin even more. Avoid using harsh skincare products and aggressive scrubbing.

    Avoid Popping, Squeezing, or Picking Pimples

    Avoid the urge to squeeze or pick at a pimple. By doing so, you risk pushing dirt further into the dermis, causing irritation and spreading an infection to nearby tissues. This is especially true for significant, deep lesions like cysts and nodules.

    Remind yourself that popping pimples increases the likelihood of a permanent scar and prolongs the healing process. Let the blemish cure naturally. Take action to aid in the healing of the blemish and lessen skin damage if you've previously picked at the imperfection. 

    Avoid Picking at Scabs

    Picking at scabs needs to be avoided as well. The skin's natural "bandage," or scab, covers the wound and helps it recover. Prematurely removing a scab from a wound causes it to take longer to heal and raises the risk of scarring.

    Find Out If You Are Scar-Prone

    The truth is that while some people experience severe acne without leaving any scars, others are more prone to scarring. Consult a dermatologist straight away to explore acne treatment options if you are very susceptible to scarring.

    If You Have Deep Breakouts or Cysts, Seek Medical Attention

    While minor blemishes can still leave a scar on the skin, it's usually the bigger ones that cause the most harm. Deep nodular breakouts or cystic breakouts are more likely to create scars since they penetrate deeper into the skin.

    These types of outbreaks just can't be treated with over-the-counter acne products. Schedule a visit with a dermatologist. Rapid, efficient treatment can reduce the likelihood of leaving behind deep scars.


    In Conclusion...

    When the skin generates too little or too much collagen during the healing process, acne scars develop. Acne scars can be raised, icepick, boxcar, rolling atrophic, and other sorts of scars.

    In addition to redness, acne can also leave behind dark spots called hyperpigmentation, which is more common in those with darker skin.

    Although acne scars won't completely disappear on their own, some treatments can lessen their appearance. This includes dermatological treatments such as microdermabrasion, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, microneedling, and more.

    To lessen scarring, at-home treatments that contain retinoids and salicylic acid can promote skin cell turnover, and here at Goodieco, we have several products and routines to choose from if you wish to reduce the risk of acne scars on your skin.

    However, it is best to consult your physician for advice on the best treatment strategy for the type and degree of acne you are experiencing, and which products and ingredients are most suitable for your skin type.

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