Scarring can appear in many different forms, including: fine line scars, keloid scars, hypertrophic scars, sunken scars and contracted scars.
Scars will generally take on a different texture and tone to the surrounding skin. A scar may begin quite red and angry-looking, getting paler in colour as time passes. The texture is usually smooth and soft, however the scar may not always lay flush to the skin’s surface.
Anybody of any age and gender can be affected by the appearance of a scar, and they can form on any part of the face and body.
A scar will develop when the skin and / or tissues have become damaged or torn. Scar tissue is made of collagen (accounting for the difference in texture and tone) which accumulates at the site of injury, so the skin can repair itself.
A patient will often visit The Facebible with concerns over the appearance of acne scarring. As its name suggests, this skin irregularity can follow on from prolonged or regular bouts of acne, when burst spots have damaged the skin and surrounding tissues – often encouraged by the picking or squeezing of spots. These scars are typically sunken, or pitted, leaving the complexion with an uneven or rippled appearance. In some cases this can also affect the pigmentation of the skin.
Although acne will usually clear up over time, many people find that acne scarring can be permanent. The Facebible uses Clearskin acne and acne scarring treatment as a safe and effective method to reduce the appearance of these types of scars. Clearskin delivers pulses of light to the dermis, which breaks down the scar tissue. Healthy new skin cells will then grow, creating a complexion that is fresh and more even in both texture and tone.
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