There are varying treatments for this, from chemical peels to topical creams, and laser treatments. Fraxel® is a non-ablative soft laser treatment that can be used on the face. Fraxel® is mainly known for its use as an anti-aging treatment, but the laser is used to smooth skin and improve tone and texture.
Instead of one solid laser beam, the Fraxel® laser is separated into multiple small segmented beams that can treat many areas in the same region at once. This is well suited for the treatment of acne scars as they usually occur in clusters on the face. The mini laser beams can treat these specific areas without affecting the surrounding areas.
The benefit of using this treatment is that it works to regenerate the collagen that is missing by penetrating and stimulating the underlying tissue. The procedure is done in the office of your cosmetic doctor and takes anywhere from 15 minutes up to a half hour. There is minimal discomfort involved and no downtime. You can go back to your regular daily activities as soon as you wish.
Finding the right treatment for your scars can only be determined by consultation with your dermatologist and cosmetic doctor. Fraxel® offers an easy way to give you the skin that you want. Using topical treatments can also be a great supplement to the laser treatment, as it will continue to create a smoother skin tone and texture.
Many people also swear by all natural ingredients like cucumber masks, using olive oil, honey, and tomatoes to sooth inflammation and swelling. Of course there is no data to cite regarding these techniques, but it certainly can’t hurt to use them as a supplemental as well. Natural cosmetic creams are a widely popular method to treat skin conditions these days, so there may be some real value in it. The only way to know for sure is to try it for yourself.
Fraxel® laser treatments are a guaranteed method for improving your skin. If your acne scars are a serious issue for you, it is best to get a consultation and investigate the benefits of this laser skin treatment. Any other methods you choose to try might be better used as an addition to the laser.
This is a guest post by Scott Humphrey.
BIO: Scott is a freelance writer on a variety of topics including Fraxel NYC treatments. When he is not writing for VerveLaser.com he is hiking in the mountains of upstate New York.