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Natural Treatment for Acne Scar Removal
Before addressing acne scars and their effective treatment, a word about acne spots or acne red marks that may look like scars but are not acne scars in the sense that a permanent change has occurred. Even though they are not true acne scarring and disappear in time, they are visible and can cause embarrassment.
Macules or "pseudo-scars" are flat, red or reddish spots that are the final stage of most inflamed acne lesions.
After an inflamed acne lesion flattens, a macule may remain to "mark the spot" for up to 6 months. When the macule eventually disappears, no trace of it will remain —unlike a scar.
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is darkening or discoloration of the skin at the site of a healed or healing inflamed acne lesion. The lesions color can range from light brown to black depending on how much melanin has deposited in the area. Lesions may become darker if exposed to sunlight (UV rays).
It occurs more frequently in darker-skinned people, but occasionally is seen in people with white skin. Early treatment with BIOCUTIS skin care products minimizes the development of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, and also vanishes existing marks. Some post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation if untreated may persist for up to 18 months, especially with excessive sun exposure.
Causes of Acne Scars
Acne scars occur when acne spots become inflamed or don't heal properly. While scarring for some people seems to depend on hereditary factors or skin color, precautions can be taken to prevent scars and treatments are available to significantly reduce scarred skin's appearance.
In the simplest terms, scars form at the site of an injury to tissue. They are the visible reminders of injury and tissue repair.
In the case of acne, the injury is aggravated by the body's inflammatory response to injuries caused to the cells lining the walls of the sebum ducts. Those injuries are first caused by a) the shear force of the output of sebum in times of puberty or stress, or b) by hardened sebum within the follicles caused by an imbalance in the diet between omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids. Or c) latter by the chemicals produced by bacteria in the hair follicles that reproduces too much in the sebum glands when sebum blocks the pores and the pores are left without oxygen, because of the mix of hardened sebum and dead cells that plugs the sebaceous follicle.
Two types of true scars exist:
(1) Depressed areas such as pitted acne scarring or ice-pick scars, and
(2) Raised thickened tissue such as keloids. When tissue suffers an injury, the body rushes its "repair kit" to the injury site, imagine, when you have injured the skin active all the immune and repair system, where elements as white blood cells, inflammatory molecules and regenerative elements that have the task of repairing tissue and fighting infection. However, when their job is done they may leave a somewhat messy repair site in the form of fibrous scar tissue, or eroded tissue.
Not always is that way. White blood cells and inflammatory molecules may remain at the site of an active acne lesion for days or even weeks.
In people who are susceptible to scarring the result may be an acne scar. The occurrence and incidence of scarring is still not well understood, however. There is considerable variation in scarring between one person and another, indicating that some people are more prone to scarring than others (ex. hereditary factors or skin color). Scarring frequently results from severe inflammatory nodular cystic acne that occurs deep in the skin.
But, scarring also may arise from more superficial inflamed lesions.
Types of Acne Scars
There are two general types of acne scars, defined by tissue response to inflammation:
(1) Scars caused by increased tissue formation, and
(2) Scars caused by loss of tissue.
Scars Caused by Increased Tissue Formation.
The scars caused by increased tissue formation are called keloids. Keloid scars are associated with excessive amounts of the cell substance collagen. Overproduction of collagen is a response of skin cells to injury. The excess collagen becomes piled up in fibrous masses, resulting in a characteristic firm, smooth, usually irregularly-shaped scar.
The typical keloid scar is 1 to 2 millimeters in diameter, but some may be 1 centimeter or larger. This abnormal growth of scar tissue is more likely to occur in susceptible people, who often are people with relatives who have similar types of scars.
Keloid scars persist for years, but may diminish in size over time.
Scars Caused by Loss of Tissue
Acne scars associated with loss of tissue —similar to scars that result from chicken pox— are more common than keloids. Scars associated with loss of tissue are:
Ice-pick scars or Pitted Scars
Usually occur on the cheek. They are usually small, with a somewhat jagged edge and steep sides —like wounds from an ice pick. Ice-pick scars may be shallow or deep, and may be hard or soft to the touch. Soft scars can be improved by stretching the skin; hard ice-pick scars cannot be stretched out.
Depressed fibrotic scars
Are usually quite large, with sharp edges and steep sides. The base of these scars is firm to the touch. Ice-pick scars may evolve into depressed fibrotic scars over time.
Superficial or deep are soft to the touch. They have gently sloping rolled edges that merge with normal skin. They are usually small, and either circular or linear in shape.
Are usually fairly small when they occur on the face, but may be a centimeter or larger on the body. They are soft, often with a slightly wrinkled base, and may be bluish in appearance due to blood vessels lying just under the scar. Over time, these scars change from bluish to ivory white in color in white-skinned people, and become much less obvious.
Follicular macular atrophy
Is more likely to occur on the chest or back of a person with acne. These are small, white, soft lesions, often barely raised above the surface of the skin —somewhat like whiteheads that didn't fully develop. This condition is sometimes also called "perifollicular elastolysis." The lesions may persist for months to years.
Treatment for Acne Scars
The purpose of scar treatment is to give the skin a more acceptable physical appearance. Total restoration of the skin, to the way it looked before you had acne, is often not possible, but scar treatment does usually improve the appearance of your skin.
The best way to prevent scarring is to treat acne early, and as long as necessary. If scars form, a number of effective treatments are available. Dermatologic surgery treatments should be discussed with a dermatologist.
To treat facial acne scars we offer BIOSKINCARE, a skin care cream that when used over and over again, twice a day, on your skin, will both dissolve damaged tissues and replace them with newly formed healthy skin cells. It also fights skin infection and acne breakouts and prevents scarring. The time period necessary to yield full results depends on how deep and old is the scarring.
The product yields such results for it contains a natural substance that is both an enzyme that creates metabolic effectsand a signal transduction protein that triggers or stimulates the process of skin repair and skin remodeling.
The metabolic effect makes reference to extremely complex sequences of controlled biochemical modification of chemical compounds in living organisms and cells. This includes the biosynthesis of complex organic molecules (anabolism) and their breakdown (catabolism).
Protein catabolism is the breakdown of proteins into amino acids and simple derivative compounds, for transport into the cell through the plasma membrane and ultimately for the polymerisation into new proteins via the use of ribonucleic acids (RNA) and ribosomes.
Through this metabolic processes enzymes are capable of quickly reducing the swelling or edema of traumatized or injured tissues by actually "digesting" or breaking down damaged tissues and ruptured cells at the site of injury, allowing these waste materials to be removed quickly from skin lesions so as to reduce inflammation and subsequent pain, speeding the healing process and encouraging regeneration of tissue to then take place more quickly.
In biology, signal transduction is any process by which a cell converts one kind of signal or stimulus into another. Processes referred to as signal transduction often involve a sequence of biochemical reactions inside the cell, which are carried out by enzymes and linked through second messengers.
Such processes take place in as little time as a millisecond or as long as a few seconds.In transduction processes, an increasing number of enzymes and other molecules become engaged in the events that proceed from the initial stimulus. In such cases the chain of steps is referred to as a "signaling cascade" and often results in a small stimulus eliciting a large response.
The biological substance in the cream is gathered from live creatures (land snails, without any harm to them)that produce it to repair their own skin collagen when damaged and to control skin infection. The natural substance is a complex mucin that includes natural peptides that fight acne infection, skin regenerating peptides that shrink scar tissues and prevent and repair scarring, and enzymes that dissolve damaged cells, clean and open clogged pores, halt inflammation and trigger skin regeneration.
The natural antimicrobial action of the serum in BIOSKINCARE is very effective against skin infections and without the pitfalls of pharmaceutical antibiotics or the side effects of harsh chemicals. BIOSKINCARE™ also helps to get rid of the chemical inflammatory promoters (i.e. interleukin-6, hydrogen peroxide, histamines, and bacterial toxins) that are significantly increased by acne infection.
Pitted, ice pick scarring can be improved permanently with the disciplined application of BIOSKINCARE. Results are noticeable within a few weeks when used twice a day. Full results can take several months depending on how deep and old is the scarring.
In the skin, BIOSKINCARE helps to:
1. Stimulate the replacement of damaged skin cells, getting rid of scarring and necrotic tissues.
2. Stimulate the formation of the extra cellular binding between cells, thus improving skin strength, cutting down on fragility.
3. Inhibits microbiological activity of dangerous, pathogenic skin bacteria, including acne.
With the use of BIOSKINCARE Cream acne inflammation is kept at bay, acne scars are healed, damaged cells and toxins are dissolved and germs are destroyed.
Last modified: November 19, 2011.
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