Get Rid Of Acne Scars

Mark asks…

Are lemons better for getting rid of acne scars or tomatoes?

I heard a lot of home remedies saying that lemons and tomatoes can gradually get rid of acne scars. Is this true and which one would most likely give me better and faster results?

admin answers:

Here is a simple tip that you can use to reduce your acne scars and pigmentation.

The Oil Cleansing Method
What you will need:
Warm Water
Cold Water
Clean Towels
Castor Oil
Olive Oil

The first thing you need to do is to wash your face gently to remove excess dirt and oils from the surface.

You will then need to warm a clean towel in warm water and apply it to your face for 3 minutes. Do the same thing with the cold water but this time for one minute.

Carry out both the warm water and cold water procedure about 3 times but always finish with cold and then pat dry with another clean towel.

Next mix a small amount of castor oil with a small amount of olive oil. A 50/50 ratio will do just fine. Apply the mixture to your skin and let it stay there for 30 minutes and then rinse with warm water. Pat dry with a clean towel and you are good to go.

Chris asks…

What can I use to get rid of acne scars?

What can I use to get rid of acne scars? I have been using proactive for a really long time, and its kinda working, but in most places it has left behind a scar. What type of treatment should I take?

admin answers:

First off you may want to make sure it is acne scars it may just be just hyperpigmentation.If it is actual acne scars the best thing you can do if you have the money is a laser treatment or microdermabrasion.

Ken asks…

What’s the fastest and safest way to get rid of acne scars?

So there are Vitamin E, bio-oil, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, lemon juice, potato juice, and other methods to help get rid of acne scars. What other methods are there? Which ones have you tried to get smooth skin the quickest? How much did you spend on the method you used?

admin answers:

The acne scars (red marks) are called macules and they can fade over time. The trick is to allow the skin to heal and not allow more acne to follow. That’s hard to do sometimes depending on how your skin is but you can manage it with some adjustments to your skin care.

First, I would cleanse with a gentle cleanser that your skin likes (so you can keep more acne from forming so you don’t get more scars).

Next, I would exfoliate with a gentle exfoliator: With oily skin, you should exfoliate 3-5 per week. (If you have dry or sensitive skin, only once per week; Normal skin would be everyday.) Exfoliating removes dead skin cells which will help the scars fade quicker. Just please don’t “over exfoliate” by exfoliating too much.

It’s possible that it could take up to a year for the scars to fade. Whatever method you choose to use, be gentle with your skin. If you damage your skin by doing too much to it or if you irritate your skin, you could cause more acne. I hope you find some of this helpful to you. Good luck!!!

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