getting rid of facial scarring
Store bought brands, only go so far.
are you talking about hypertrophic scarring ie raised and red or depressed scarring ie punched out looking scars.
Neither is particularly easy to treat but the former slightly better. If it's 'fresh' ie within two years then it may get better by itself or faster with steroids/pressure/silicone/vascular laser. If it's older than two years it won't get beter by itself.
Depressed scars are less easy to deal with. Part of the problem is the shadow created by the contour change and smoothing out the transition with an abrasive ie laser/dermabrasion/deeper peels may help. Deeper discrete scars may benefit from fillers eg hyaluronic acid etc...
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