How to Prevent a Scar
If you have acne certainly your wish to know how to prevent a scar.
It is a very difficult battle but if your problem is mild or moderate (characterized by blackheads, papules, pustules) and you start immediately after the acne injury, you can prevent the severity of most scars.
After an acne lesion has healed, generally you will see a red or hyperpigmented mark on the skin. This is not a scar; simply the skin goes through its healing and remodeling process, which takes approximately 6-12 months.
Rememeber: only if the color change or skin defect is still present after 1 year you have a real scar.
The best way to prevent scars is to Prevent Acne lesions from occurring.
You have to know the real factors that cause acne and find the treatment for your specific acne type.
If you only have a mild acne with small lesions, such as blackheads, whiteheads or pustules, I recommend you the following routine working very well in scar prevention:
If you have moderate acne, with numerous whiteheads, blackheads, papules and pustules that cover from 1/4 to 3/4 of the face, you must prevent ugly scars.
In this case, consider to use Benzoyl Peroxide in your daily routine. It is a most widely prescribed topical antimicrobials in the treatment of acne.
If you have severe cystic acne , with deep cysts, inflammation, extensive damage to the skin, you need to prevent Keloids And Hypertrophic Scars.
In this case, I recommend you to apply a protective Silicone sheet over the affected area to prevent a scar: I use Kelo-cote Topical Gel, a protective barrier flexible, odorless, waterproof, and breathable. Kelo cote hydrates the scarred area and creates an environment which allows the scar to mature through normal collagen synthesis cycles and improve the physiological and cosmetic appearance of the scar.
Finally, if you want prevent severe acne and scars try Vitamin b5 orally.
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