Pockmarked From Acne Injections, Can It Return To Normal?
Hello wr wb I had previously been injected with acne and I felt it in two locations. The first location under the nose there was no pockmarked, healed but there were still acne scars. The second location on the forehead and 2 months later I felt if the location on the forehead was marked by pockmark of approximately 2cm. Can the pockmark be flat again? Should there be special handling? thank you
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Need to be clarified, which type of acne injection did you live before? Is it done directly by a doctor?
Pimples occur due to inflammation of the pilosebaceous glands in the skin. This condition usually appears as a reddish nodule and festering, or some are in the form of blackheads. Although not dangerous, a lot of acne and a long recovery can be very disturbing sufferers. Therefore, many sufferers are willing to do a variety of ways to get their pimples healed, starting from the correct way and proven effectiveness, to other alternative ways that have not yet been verified.
Unfortunately, you don't explain acne injections as you intended. Therefore, we are also not authorized, whether you are experiencing pockmarked at this time related to the injection, or not.
However, pockmark usually occurs due to the regeneration process of disturbed skin after experiencing injury or inflammation. The habit of exfoliating the skin that has not healed completely from wounds and inflammation, inadequate skin nutrition, improper skin care, and genetics also play a powerful role in triggering the occurrence of pockmarks. Pockmark which is quite deep in size as you experience it most likely can not heal just by natural treatment at home. You need to check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist so that the right treatment is given. Frequently, pockmarked skin can be treated with a variety of approaches, for example the administration of certain creams, injection fillers, dermabrasion, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, lasers, and so on.
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