How to treat Acne Scars - Baiden Mitten
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How to Treat Acne Scars

The vast majority of acne scars arise from consistent cases of inflammatory acne influencing the same area of skin. Individuals who suffer from consistent nodular and cystic acne lesions are at an extremely high risk of establishing long-term acne scarring. This is especially real when a region is affected by overlapping acne outbreaks, without any chance to completely heal between.

In cases of consistent inflammatory acne vulgaris, big locations of skin and underlying tissue are damaged, but the continuing infection and inflammation stop the body from mobilizing the cells and resources needed for repairing those structures. As a result, the initial (healthy) tissue is replaced by scar tissue.

Acne comes in various forms:

  • mild acne, which most of us get at some stages and consists of whiteheads or blackheads
  • moderate acne, which consists of red swollen zits called papules and red zits with white centers called pustules
  • serious acne, which causes nodules– agonizing, pus-filled cysts or lumps which appear under the skin

Most of major scarring is caused by the more extreme kinds of acne, with nodules more probable to leave permanent scars than other types of acne.How to treat acne scars

Natural solutions to Get rid of Pimple/Acne Scars

There are numerous natural active ingredients that you can use on acne scars to remove scars from your face and body and some are more effective than others.

1. Lemon
Lemon is a natural bleach. Vitamin C in lemon helps in restoring collagen. When you use lemon or lime juice on your acne marks, the areas get lighter day by day.

2. Honey
Honey, together with lemon, is likewise capable of dealing with acne marks. Honey can keep bacteria and beats can help with getting rid of red inflammation.

3. Aloe Vera
This wonder herb, Aloe Vera, not just relieves inflamed skin but can help in repairing damaged tissue enhancing the recovery procedure. The most effective is the gel straight from the aloe vera leaf. You can grow your own even in a pot. It is of superior quality to the bottled variety you find at the supermarket.

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Prevention is much better than cure …

There are certain things that you can do in order to avoid forming acne marks in the first place. It’s not necessary to have scars even if you get pimples!

First of all it might be a great idea to identify what is it in your lifestyle that triggers the acne outbreaks. It could be something as simple as dairy products or chili. Other people find that periods of stress or using certain skin care products can bring on a massive outbreak. There is ALWAYS a cause. If you can find it, you can eliminate most of your problems.

Once you get your acne under control Baiden Mitten is a great tool at avoid acne forming under the skin. After all acne is bacteria and impurities that are captured under the skin, so by getting rid of the top layer of dead skin with the Baiden Mitten you prevent any pollutants from building up. The pores will be opened so the toxins will be removed as they come to the surface without bubbling up under the skin unable to flow out because of plugs of dead skin blocking their exit route.

It is worth to remember that initially when using Baiden Mitten, you can experience more breakouts as the skin goes through a major “house cleaning” to quickly get rid of backlog of toxins.

Finally if you already have acne marks, the Baiden Mitten will certainly improve their appearance by flattening them and stimulating the skin into producing more collagen to fill in the holes, especially if you follow up your Baiden Mitten exfoliation session with Bio Oil or Coconut Oil – but that is another story 🙂

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