How can I get rid of stubborn pimple scars?

I have had pimples and they left very dark and scary marks. It has been some time now and I have tried tens of facial treatments but they just can’t “move”, can any one please help?

Answer #1

look for a lamp . . .rub it 3 times . . . then have a wish on the G-ni

Answer #2

Go vist a local dermatalogist.

Answer #3

Apparently lemon is supposed to help because it has a natural bleach in it. Try cutting up a lemon, squeezing the juice out of a slice, and rubbing it on your scars. Careful not to get it in your eye!

Answer #4

um those are some scary ways to get rid of those…

but really you should do something like going to your doc and tellin her to give you scar vanishing cream or somethin…O_o

Answer #5

Severe acne often leaves small scars where the skin gets a “volcanic” shape. Acne scars are very difficult (and expensive) to treat and it is unusual for the scars to be successfully removed completely. In those cases, scar treatment may be appropriate. The most commonly used forms of scar treatments are:

Dermabrasion. The top layer of the skin is removed with a high-speed rotary wire brush or diamond-coated fraise (a grinding wheel) to make the scar look less pitted. It makes the scar less visible but does not remove it completely. Multiple treatments may be necessary to get the desired results. This procedure is usually performed by a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon and is less commonly done now because of the risk of blood-borne diseases.

Microdermabrasion is a newer technique that has a similar effect to traditional dermabrasion, but is less radical. While dermabrasion is a surgical procedure, microdermabrasion is performed by blasting tiny crystals at the skin or rubbing the skin with a rough tool under suction. Many dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons offer this procedure.

Laser resurfacing. A laser is used to burn off the top layer of the skin. This procedure is commonly known by the brand names of the machines used to perform it, including SmoothBeam. Many dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons offer this procedure.

Punch excision. The scar is excised with a punch tool and the edges are sutured together. This procedure is usually performed by a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon.

Chemical peels (also known as acid peels). A type of organic acid, most commonly glycolic, salicylic, or lactic, is applied to the skin so that a smoother layer can surface. Despite its unpleasant name, superficial peels are painless if performed properly and require no anaesthetic. Peels are typically performed several times over a period of weeks or months. The procedure can also be beneficial for active acne. Many dermatologists and cosmetologists offer this procedure, although the peels given by dermatologists are generally of a higher concentration and therefore potentially more effective. Deep peels are more aggressive and painful and require significant expertise.

Subcision. The scar is detached from deeper tissue, allowing a pool of blood to form under the scar which helps form a connective tissue under the scar, levelling it with the surface. This procedure is usually performed by a dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon.

Dermal filler. The scar is filled with an injectable dermal filler. There are several trade names..

Bottom line, hang in there, you will get past this! Sincere best wishes and good luck. Oh, by the way the site that helped me is:

Answer #6

try taking cod liver oil tablets and put vitamin e oil on your scars.

Answer #7

sugar and lemon juice put together the rub vitacilana on it and let it dry the wash it of,,,

Answer #8

lemon juice with sugar really helps and also add vitacilina and let dry it helped me a lot

Answer #9


If acne scars affect you, your doctor will determine the specific dermatological procedure to reduce to the minimum of scars, based on the following things:

Your age, general state of health and medical history. The severity of scars. Type of scars. Your tolerance to certain medicines, procedures or therapies. Your opinion or preference. Acne is frequently a chronic condition, but although it is only suffered during the adolescence, can leave scars for all the life. The acne scars have the typical appearance of scars with form of hole or crater. Although the suitable treatment of the acne can reduce appearance of scars, several dermatological procedures help that they be less noticeable, including the following ones:

Dermabrasion Dermabrasion can be used to reduce small scars, smaller irregularities in the surface of the skin, surgical scars and scars by mild acne. As its name suggests, it consists of eliminating the superior layers of the skin by means of an electrical apparatus that “scrapes” the skin. When the skin is cured, the surface has a fresher and smoother appearance. Chemical exfoliation The chemical exfoliation is frequently used to treat the skin damaged by the sun, with irregular pigmentation and scars. It consists of eliminating the superior layer of the skin by means of the application of a chemical agent. When retiring the superior layer, the skin regenerates; in general, the appearance of the skin improves. An injection of collagen A type of collagen, that is derived from the bovine collagen (of the cow) purified, is injected under the skin to replace lot natural collagen of the body. The bovine collagen is used generally as a treatment against the face wrinkles, scars and lines. Reaffirmation with laser beams In this treatment light of high energy is used to destroy the damaged skin burning it. It can be used to reduce the wrinkles and thin scars. Punch grafts Punch grafts are small grafts of the normal skin, used to replace the skin with scars. Punch grafts are used in the treatment of deep acne scars. Autologous Fat transfer In Autologous Fat transfer the originating fat of another part of the body is used to inject it in the skin. The fat is injected under the surface of the skin in order to elevate the scars. This method is used to correct the deep defects caused by the scars of the nodulocystic acne. Since the fat can be reabsorbed in the skin after some months, it is possible that it is necessary to repeat the procedure.

Answer #10

If you really want them off, you should try going to an dermotologist. Research the best dermotologists in your area and go! remember, don’t be cheap, it’s your skin you’re talking about, and you’ll be “wearing” it for the rest of your life. so u want it to be done right the first time.

Answer #11

mix 1 part vineagar with 4 parts water. Put this into a bottle, and apply with a cotton ball, leave it on overnight. I have been doing this and I would say I have really noticed a difference in a short time. Its a more natural way to go if you don’t want to spend so much money.

Answer #12

I’ve just started each night rubbing lemon juice over my face with a cotton wipe then rubbing a slice of cucumber over the top, then washing and its worked miracles! My pimple scars are almost completely gone! I recommend this to anyone!

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