ACNE SCARRING

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Acne scars are areas of fibrous tissue on the skin left behind by acne. The scars can be raised, flat or depressed. Acne scars are commonly categorised into three groups: ice pick scars, rolling scars, and boxcar scars.

Acne scars form as a complication of acne. They form when nodules and cysts burst and damage nearby skin. The most common cause of this is mechanical irritation, i.e., if you pick or squeeze the spot to remove it.

In severe cases of acne, scars form by themselves. This is of particular annoyance if you are careful not to irritate your spots. Scars form naturally when the body uses new protein (collagen) fibres to replace injured tissue.

NeoGen Plasma technology is a great clinical and cosmetic solution for the control of bacteria on the skin. When applied to the skin it decreases the acne bacteria and associated bacteria’s that cause acne.  

It then goes on to restore the normal balance of the bacteria that the skin requires to be healthy and natural.

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