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So you've followed our tips on combating acne and your skin is blemish-free, but now you're left with red or brown spots, or your skin appears to be pitted. Pigmented scarring is the most common and while it is not permanent, it can take weeks or months for it to clear. Pitted scarring is a result of damage to underlying skin tissue.

There are a couple of ways to deal with these acne scars. The easier option is prevention. Most acne scars are caused by the type of acne known as cysts. These are painful, red bumps underneath the skin. If you pop this type of blemish, it is more than likely that you will develop a scar. Even though it may be uncomfortable, you need to use the right treatments and let your skin heal.

Consider Glytone Flesh Tinted Acne Treatment Lotion, which penetrates pores to control acne, including blackheads and whiteheads, and keep skin clear. Also take a look at derma e Very Clear Moisturizer with Anti-Blemish Complex. This product evens the moisture levels in your skin, prevents acne breakouts, soothes inflammation and replenishes lost nutrients without clogging the pores.

If you have done your best to treat your acne and you still end up with scars, it is not the end of the world. There are ways to plump up and repair that tissue. A couple of recommended products for treating acne scars are derma e Scar Gel, a power-packed formula designed to minimize the prominence, severity and visibility of the scar surface, and Invicible Scars Invicible Scar Treatment, which penetrates into the deepest layers of the skin for complete scar healing.

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