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Acne scars and their treatment

Onlymyhealth Editorial Team, Date:2016-08-22

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Acne and pimple will always remain a matter of worry. Of course, the acne scars don’t look pretty and can be very embarrassing at times. Teenagers are troubled with acne scars all over the world but no matter how hard they try, they cannot escape the changing hormones that trigger acne and later the acne leave ugly acne scars that are inevitable. Having a glowing and flawless skin is what everyone wishes for but unfortunately, getting a glowing and a flawless skin is an uphill task. Yes, the sort of lifestyle that are leading where we spend eight to nine hours in one position, we eat the most unhealthy food (burger, pizza and other unhealthy junk food) and then a very disturbed sleep pattern are some of the prime causes of a not-so-pretty skin. Nowadays, acne and pimples is quite a normal thing to spot on someone’s face. Acne and pimples are very common in teenagers as they are the ones with a very unhealthy diet consisting of junk food, their sleeping pattern is disturbed and teenage is an age where kids are least worried about their skin and thus they are not that precautious and as a result teenagers have acnes and pimples. While growing up, the pimples and acne heal owing to changing hormones but the marks that acne and pimples leave are troublesome. There are many treatments available for acne scars like microdermabrasion and CO2 Nano fraction. In the hands of a professional, these treatments can do wonders for teenagers troubled with acne scars.

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