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Acne is most global problem affecting almost the entire world. Most commonly acne affects the face in a majority of cases followed by scarring. The severity of scarring depends on the acne grade. Acne scars are directly dependent on wound healing responses of the body leaving some patients prone and others not so prone to scarring. Patients not prone to scarring show nonspecific immune responses that aids in lesion healings while those prone to scarring have shown smaller number of skin-homing CD4+ T-cells compared to non-scarring patients.

Types of acne scars are atrophic which could be icepick scars, boxscars or rolling scars and erythematous scars. Erratic production and degradation of collagen during the healing process leads to various types of acne scars.

Management of acne scars should focus on targeting components of scarring. Erythema should be the first focus of treatment acne scarring followed by atrophic scarring. Some of management options are – Soft tissue fillers (Injecting collagen, fat or other substances under the skin to make it more plump and make the scars less noticeable), Steroid injections, Laser (Increasingly popular), other energy-based procedures such as pulsed light sources and radiofrequency, dermabrasion (for severe acne scars), chemical peel, skin needling, surgery and/or onabotulinumtoxinA.

Many depigmenting agents like LicoriceExtract,Nano Bright, p-Tero white,Kojic acid etc are found in acne creams available in the market which helps to reduce acne scars.

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