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Acne Scars Explained
Acne scarring occurs when the body’s healing system responds to acne breakouts. The scars remain after the acne subsides; however, the scars sometimes reduce in size or possibly disappear completely.
Other types of scarring include:
- Form during the healing process after an injury, surgery or body piercing
- Pimples and insect bites may also cause these type of scars
- Certain situations these type of scars form on their own without any apparent reason
- Firm , raised above the skin and usually extend beyond the immediate point of injury
- Pink, dark brown or red in color
- Most commonly found on the chest, back and ear lobes
- Generally harmless, however, they may itch occasionally
- Possible cosmetic issue if they are visible and making you feel self-conscious
- Form when the healing process is overactive
- Usually red in color and raised above the wound
- Unlike Keloid Scars, these scars do not extend past the immediate point of injury
- Respond well to treatment and sometimes can even disappear on their own
- Made of inelastic tissue and often form when the skin gets burned
- Contract the skin around the immediate point of injury
- Depending on their location and severity they can make movement difficult
- Can affect the muscles, tendons and nerves beneath the skin
- Exercise during treatment of these scars is a good way to prevent or minimize the scarring