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The acne scars can cause psychological distress and affect the quality of life: we see how treat and prevent them thanks to hyaluronic acid.   acne marks, how to intervene Acne is a very common skin disease affects both men and women, can appear at any age (although it is most common during adolescence and during the childbearing years of women) and can affect the face, chest, back.


The acne diagnosis must be made by the dermatologist who will prescribe the most appropriate treatment based on age of the patient and the severity of acne. Generally to cure acne treatments are prescribed antibiotics or to base of isotretinoin medication taken orally or topically applied depending on the case. In addition to therapy for acne, your doctor may recommend treatments of support to prevent the appearance of scars or improve the appearance of existing scars. Acne fact very often because of unsightly scars “crater” which in severe cases can be disfiguring. Hyaluronic acid is one of the natural ingredients that can be employed in the prevention and treatment of acne scars.


Hyaluronic acid: what is it and how is it used against scars


Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the connective tissue of our body that is used in cosmetics and pharmaceutical preparations.


The use of hyaluronic acid in cosmetic creams is due to the moisturizing properties of this ingredient: hyaluronic acid is therefore widely used in cosmetic wrinkle dedicated to mature skin, or in moisturizers formulated for dry and chapped skin. In the pharmaceutical field, the hyaluronic acid is used instead for the preparation of products to topical use with a healing and regenerating action of the fabrics, to speed the healing of skin wounds in case of preventing the formation of dark spots and scars.


Acne sufferers can then use creams based on hyaluronic acid to promote healing of the lesions and prevent the appearance of scars.


The scars already formed acne, it may instead be useful to resort to injections of hyaluronic acid to improve skin appearance.


Hyaluronic acid is a safe, well tolerated by the skin and does not present any particular contraindications but, as mentioned above, to choose the product or the best treatment you should consult your dermatologist and avoid relying on DIY.


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