Updated: Oct 17, 2020
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If you've read my post on acne, then it's no surprise that after my years of acne were over... I was faced with the horrid acne scars that were left behind. I have done a tremendous job of getting those acne scars to fade over the years, even when I had professionals tell me it wasn't possible.
It's absolutely possible to fade acne scars with all the products available out there nowadays. So, what is the best treatment for acne scars? Here are 5 products that are not only inexpensive, but they have worked for me. Plus, they're highly rated on Amazon. If something doesn't work for me, I don't post about it or promote it.
If you can't afford expensive microneedling, this is the next best thing! I cannot live without mine. I started seeing results right away after using this. Eventually, I want to try professional microneedling, but for now this is an excellent and inexpensive tool everyone should know about!
Rose Hip Oil is rich in essential fatty acids & antioxidants, which are integral for tissue & cell regeneration for skin. This means that rose oil can help improve skin texture & even reduce the appearance of acne scars or stretch marks.
I apply this after I use the dermaroller. This might not be something made specifically for acne scars, but it makes my skin look even, smooth and plump. It's got incredible ingredients. It combines a blend of Vitamin C, Retinol, Niacinamide, Botanical Hyaluronic Acid, Salicylic Acid and nourishing plant extracts. This super serum works on the surface and deep in the skin to promote and prolong a more youthful and healthy looking complexion.
This is hands down a favorite product of mine. When it comes to acne scars, exfoliation, exfoliation, exfoliation is what I have to say! If you can't afford getting actual microdermabrasion, this is an awesome substitute! This exfoliant gently polishes away damaged skin, blackheads, stretch marks and is a powerful acne scar treatment.
Several years ago I went for a microdermabrasion session at a spa hoping to smooth out my acne scars. It was about $100 and the results were incredible after just the one time. I knew I would need to have this done several more times to get the best results, but I couldn't afford it. When I saw PMD, I immediately ordered it. This product has helped me SO much to fade my acne scars.
So, after really taking care of my skin the last 2 years I have made serious progress. My skin looks better now than it ever has in my life. There are a few small deep acne scars still present on my cheeks, temples and one side of my chin. To me, they're not very noticeable. I know that they're there, but they're not that bad because they're really faded/smoothed out, and the rest of my skin looks great. I know eventually I'll be able to get rid of those acne scars completely!
So, when you start a beauty regimen to get rid of acne scars, keep at it and don't give up after your first few days. You have to stick with it and the results over time will only get better and better. I actually became obsessed with how good I could get my skin to look, haha!
In fact, I recently tried a Hydrafacial at my local med spa and I have to say, if you're looking for something that does WONDERS to your skin, that's something I recommend looking into.
I would also love to try this microneedling product by Dr. pen. Microneedling is really expensive if you go to the spa. This product is something you can use at home. I keep seeing it and it looks amazing. When I try it out, I'll be sure to write a post about the results!
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