I made another infographic for you all. Hope it can help clear up those nasty acne scars.
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Lately, I’ve gotten a couple of pretty bad acne scars because I just can’t help myself when it comes to picking off those darned pimples and causing my skin to bleed. I wanted to take photos, and didn’t want my face to have these dark spots, so I really tried looking for what works for me. Below are a list of products or things that really worked wonders in fading my acne scars.
How to Get Rid of Acne Scars
DNC Derma Roller – The derma roller is made of fine needles which you roll on the acne scars. The microscopic needles create small punctures on the outer layer of your skin, encouraging your skin to renew and regenerate itself. *Use this once each day and roll on scar areas 3-4 times. I personally like to roll it so that it stings a little. If you search on Ebay for derma roller, there are plenty of options to buy from.
Even Blend Serum – Main ingredients are glycolic acid, daisy flower, wakamine and lotus extracts. This serum helps pigmented skin, reducing uneven skin tones and brightens skin caused by acne scars, aging and many more.
Vitamin C 100% – Pure vitamin C helps with collagen production, which helps skin regenerate. It also helps improve skin tone, colour and radiance. Use this powder along with the Even Blend Serum. I personally find it a bit easier to apply to dry skin before using the serum.
Lemon Juice – Lemon juice is a natural bleach for the skin, it also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Rub this on your face 3 times a day.
Carley’s Clear & Smooth Tamanu Cream – Made with fine ingredients such as burdock root, tamanu oil, moroccan argan oil, jojoba oil and broccoli sprout extract, this cream has great healing properties and will help your scar clear.
Other Ingredients worth Trying – Shea butter, turmeric, sandalwood paste, licorice extract, mulberry extract, aloe vera, green tea extract, ginseng extract, cinnamon, honey, tomato juice, potato juice, cucumber, orange peel, flaxseed oil, coconut oil, sea buckthorn oil, rosehips seed oil, safflower oil, extra virgin olive oil, borage seed oil, Vitamin E.
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