Scared face ? What happened?
For the soon-to-be brides…
A couple of acne popped up a month before the wedding day?
What if there are acne scarrings?
Would you like to lighten your acne scars on your wedding day?
Some of the common causes of acne are due to stress… especially over the wedding preparations, your late night sleep… over all the excitement for your wedding day and… your diet because of the food tasting…What exactly happened?
During the formation of an acne cyst (the huge red ones are also known as the inflamed comedone), the neck of the sebaceous gland expands and it being filled up by cells and bacteria which are unable to pass through the skin?s surface. Eventually when the cyst ruptures, these bacteria will be deposited into the pore, reaching the dermis layers where they will be attacked by white blood cells responsible for fighting infection. This inflammation results in the loss of tissue as the collagen which forms the support structure of the skin is destroyed. And this is when scarring occur, resulting in pockmark face (like those scars left behind from chicken pox).
Solutions to scars?
Plenty. However it requires some investments. Beauty salons and dermatologists offer a wide range of treatments. To name a few ? Ultrasound (which is safe and effective), Light heat energy (LHE), Intense-Pulse Light (IPL), Chemical peels etc. Please read up on this before visiting the professionals so that they will not be selling you short-term solutions base on your sense of urgency. Do not expect an overnight miracle, because these ?miracles? might do more harm to your skin in the long-run. Be patient and give yourself some time for the treatments to work for you. And your scared face will be gone.
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