Scars are beautiful, but healing is equally necessary
The inflammation of acne lesions causes acne scars. The acne pore enlarges, and the pore wall deteriorates. Some acne lesions are microscopic, resulting in shallow scars that heal quickly. Blemishes’ contents can occasionally bleed into the surrounding tissue, causing severe scarring. In order to repair the scar, the skin’s reaction is to produce new collagen strands.
Different types of acne scars:
Rolling scars are more common on the lower cheeks and jawline, where the skin is firmer. The indents’ sloping margins give the skin an uneven and wavy appearance.
Boxcar scars are indentations that have sharper edges. Those protruding edges pierce the skin deeply. This type of scar is commonly seen on the lower cheekbones and jaw.
Scar tissue lesions that protrude from the skin are known as hypertrophic or keloid scars. They are formed as a result of the proliferation of fibrous structures in the skin, such as collagen. Scars on the chest, back, shoulders, and jawline can be itchy, sensitive, or painful.
Causes of Acne Scars:
– Pimple Breakout
– Parlor Procedures
– Untimely Acne Treatment
– Pimple breakouts in teenagers not treated on time