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Say Goodbye to Acne Scars and Depressing Wrinkles

Are those stubborn acne scars and untimely wrinkles wrenching your gut every time you look in the mirror? Are you feeling a sense of dread and hopelessness that you’ll never be rid of them? Well fret not, as the modern era holds several ways of removing those unwanted specks in your face. Behold the advent of dermatological science paving the way for affordable non-surgical methods for acne scar removal and getting rid of wrinkles.

You may probably still remember your teenage years sadly not because of the good old days, but because of the annoying pimples and acne. But even now as you’ve outgrown those days of greasy pimples you may now have a need remove the acne scars left from the more stubborn pimples.

This post will also touch on various treatments for facial wrinkles in Southampton that are not only effective by recommended and affordable.

Chemical peels for example can take care of the fine wrinkles in addition to acne scars that develop over time. We all know that wrinkles are some of the initial signs of aging. Living in the society we are in, it is common for individuals, especially women in their mid-thirties, to feel the need to do anything in their power to get rid of wrinkles. This need apparently stems from a low self esteem and a lack of confidence in the person within.


Taking this into consideration, people avidly seek for these non-surgical methods of removing acne scars and wrinkles.

Two of these methods are the following:

  1. Chemical Peels 

            Chemical peels work by removing dead skin cells. After all, chemical peels for acne scars are actually nothing but dead skin cells that are hardened above a layer of healthy ones. The action of chemical peels is to soften the hardened cover of dead skin, effectively freeing the healthy cells underneath to grow unhindered. 

These chemical peels are most commonly applied to the skin on the entire face and neck. The usual chemical of choice for this method is salicylic acid. This is so because salicylic acid sports an anti-inflammatory action that soothes bodily reactions that may respond to the peeling process, an edge over the less commonly used alpha hydroxy acids.

  1. Microdermabrasion

This is a non surgical way of treating acne scars and wrinkles using fine abrasives. A small specialized handheld device serves as the tool to deliver the exfoliating crystals. The process removes dead skin cells similarly to chemical peels, but with the difference being it using crystals rubbed against the skin. Although using a powerful exfoliate, it is a perfectly safe procedure that lasts only half an hour or less. 

Laser treatment for acne scars is another treatment for acne scar removal. Regularly visiting skin spas for microdermabrasion in Philadelpia to remove unsightly blemishes or using chemical peels for acne scars can become habit forming and you will need to observe some balance and know your limits.


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