If you’ve fought a long battle with acne, you will no doubt have the odd amount of scarring as a result. Even if you’re saintly and competely avoid picking or even touching the affected area, you may still end up with a certain amount of scarring anyway.
It’s an unfair trade off, that’s for sure, but it’s one which many people have to live with.
If you’ve long been trying to figure out how to minimise acne scarring, or perhaps even get rid of it completely, you’ve probably bought every scar-reducing product on the market. Many products such as this promise the world, but they rarely deliver the level of results you want. This can leave you stressed out, far too focused on your scars, and forming a very close bond with concealer.
There is some good news however, if you’re not afraid of needles.
Dermal fillers can be a great way to minimise or even eradicate acne scarring in some cases, whilst also having several other useful benefits too.
The key when using dermal fillers for this particular reason is not to go too overboard, and simply stick to a small amount in order to smooth out scarring and perhaps plump up any indented areas which might be evident. The downside? One treatment won’t be enough and if you want to maintain the benefits from the filler, you’ll need to have regular injections as part of a treatment plan. The frequency varies from person to person, but once every six months, i.e. twice per year, should be enough to give you the maintenance treatment you need to rise up indented areas and smooth everything out.
Of course, if you’re terrified of needles, this might not be the best option for you, but it’s also useful to know that dermal fillers aren’t painful and don’t require downtime. You might notice a tiny bit of bruising where the injection site was, and it might be a tiny bit red straightafterwards, but this should go down quite quickly and leave you with almost instantly recognisable results. Obviously, the more treatments you have over time, the more noticable the results will be, but that doesn’t mean you should go all out at the start! A slow approach is best if you want to achieve natural and smooth results. For this reason, make sure you seek out a highly qualified professional to adminster your dermal fillers for you.
Trying to smooth out acne scarring can become a lifelong battle, but once you find the ideal option for your needs, the drama will ease itself out quite quickly. Dermal fillers might not be the cheapest option around, but they’re ceratinly not the most expensive by far. There are very few downsides and you’ll also benefit from a smoother, more youthful complexion too. Many people use dermal fillers for their anti-aging properties, so if that’s a concern of yours, you could fix two problems with one solution!