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How to Remove Acne Scars Naturally

By Edited Dec 29, 2015 0 1

Just like treating acne naturally, you can also treat acne scars naturally as well. This can be done by herbal extracts as well as vitamins and finally there are some good old fashioned measures that will have you rolling your eyes and wondering why you didn't think of it yourself. When you are treating acne scars, you need to ask yourself what will help treat scars in general first. After all, acne or not, a scar is a scar is a scar, right?

The first tip is the good, old fashioned tip. Drink lots of water. Why? While water won't necessarily treat your scar, it will help facilitate the healing process faster by improving the circulation of blood through your body. Water will also help with general detoxification of chemicals and what not throughout your body. All in all, water is a great natural step to not only treating acne scars but also to help alleviate future acne breakouts.

Eat a clean and healthy diet to prevent acne. This is another no-brainer but one that most miss looking for a quick solution to their problem. If you eat a clean and healthy diet and couple it with drinking at least half your body weight in ounces of water, then your acne problems should go away fairly quickly. And what about the scars? Well, let's just say that the minerals and vitamins in the healthy foods (think blueberries and other fruits and vegetables rich in antioxidants) will provide a great source to heal the acne scars.

There are certain vitamins that are great when it comes to healing acne scars. One of the best out there is Vitamin E, which you can buy in a lotion form. Many scar removing applications use vitamin E as one of the main ingredients. Vitamin C is also good. In many cases, there are people who suggest lemon juice as a way to heal skin...ever wonder why? The citric acid in the lemon works very well with not only treating acne scars but protecting the skin from the harmful effects of the sun.

Topical Vitamin A has been shown in studies to not only help treat acne but will also help to decrease wrinkles and lines on the skin....

...other vitamins that will help skin are vitamin K and the B complex vitamins....

There are also a couple great herbal remedies for removing and treating acne scars.

One in particular that works absolutely great is Rosehip Seed Oil, which you can buy at your local health food store. Rosehip seed oil is known for its anti aging and anti wrinkle properties and will also help treat acne naturally. To make it work, simply massage onto your skin twice a day.

Other plant extracts also include Aloe Vera which is great in treating not only acne but also in treating other skin disorders such as dandruff, and Indian Gooseberry which is known to help prevent scars from actually forming after the wound is healed.

If you can't permanently remove those acne scars, you can hide them. Here are a few natural topical extracts which will help you keep those scars somewhat hidden....

Tea Tree oil works on a variety of disorders as well as olive oil, honey, ice cubes (if you can believe it) and apple cider vinegar.

All of these scar treatments can help you reduce the scar tissue or even (in some cases) eliminate acne scars entirely. So, before you hit the dermatologist and go for a costly micro dermabrasion or some other out patient treatment for your acne scars, you should really look into the natural and largely free acne skin treatments.

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Apr 2, 2011 9:42pm
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Acne isn 19t always a simple teenage problem. It can affect people of all ages, and sometimes leaves them with embarrassing scars.
These scars are caused by the person 19s body trying to remove the inflammation caused by an acne pimple.
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