It is great when your acne disappears. But there is always the risk of acne scars remaining. Fortunately the scars fade over time. Your skin’s self-healing capacity ensures that they partly disappear. But some acne scars remain visible if you do not treat them.
Fortunately it is possible to help your skin prevent scar formation and to ensure that existing scars fade quicker and more effectively.
What is acne?
Acne is an infection of your skin’s sebaceous glands. Everyone suffers from this to an extent, though for some it is a more serious complaint. In some cases acne can even lead to depression.
Acne leaves traces: red or darkened areas and, in many cases, scars.
How do acne scars develop?
Heavy infection damages your skin in such a way that acne scars remain. Some people also get scars from light cases of acne. It depends on how sensitive your skin is to scarring.
Two types of acne scars
There are 2 types of acne scars:
- Scars with tissue loss
- Scars with tissue formation (‘proud flesh’)
You can treat both types of scars with ALHYDRAN scar cream.
ALHYDRAN for scars with tissue loss
ALHYDRAN cannot be used to replace lost tissue. ALHYDRAN does ensure that stiff scar tissue once more becomes flexible – and it reduces redness and itching.
ALHYDRAN for scars with tissue formation
ALHYDRAN can be used to prevent tissue formation and thereby reduce scar visibility.
The beneficial effects are due to Aloe Vera
ALHYDRAN contains 45% pure Aloe Vera of the barbadensis miller variety. The juice of this plant is used in medicine for the treatment of all types of scars, including burn scars.
The benefits of ALHYDRAN are scientifically proven. Which is precisely why doctors in hospitals and burn centres use this scar cream. ALHYDRAN works on all types of scars and therefore also on acne scars!
Prevent acne scars, use ALHYDRAN
Our scar cream can significantly reduce the risk of acne scarring. Convince yourself… Request a trial pack on our website!
What additional ways are there to prevent acne scars?
You can help prevent acne scars yourself, using the tips below:
- Keep your skin thoroughly clean. This prevents infection of any small wounds resulting from acne.
- Do not squeeze pimples. This releases sebum, which enters your skin and can result in serious infection. This, in turn, leads to bigger scars!
- Try to avoid scratching pimples open. Many people do this unconsciously, so it is sometimes difficult to avoid scratching. In any event avoid, as far as possible, both scratching open pimples and the damaged areas they leave behind.
We hope that this article helps you to prevent acne scars. In any event, you now know that you can take preventative action!