Sunday, June 9, 2013
Fade Acne Marks Faster With a Little Know How!
Sometimes, you think that you are doing all the right things to help fade acne marks. You buy the products and do proper exfoliation. Then, you examine your skin and are disappointed because those red or brown spots never seem to leave.
First off, but it is critical that you make it a habit to consistently wear sunscreen, especially when you have those discolored acne marks. Any discolored skin will only get darker if left unprotected. Therefore, you need to remember every time you go outdoors start by wearing an SPF 30 or higher broad spectrum sunscreen to keep your problem from getting any worse.
However, the reason those marks may linger could be because you might not have taken into consideration your skin type first before buying the proper choice of fading products.
Fair skin usually has a tendency to get red marks since it contains less pigment. Those with darker skin are more prone to ending up with brown spots due to more pigment. The amount of pigmentation can make a big difference in determining the most effective ingredients to help correct the problem of those marks, not scars left behind from acne.
Since exfoliation will help shed dead skin and pave the way to a fresh complexion, it is important for those on the pale side to look for salicylic or glycolic acid when buying exfoliating treatment products. Given some time but probably within two or three months using this exfoliating treatment once or twice a week and those discolored marks will probably vanish.
Darker complexions also need to exfoliate but will more likely be helped with skin lighteners. Look for ingredients such as a 2 percent strength of hydroquinone, kojic acid, mulberry extract, vitamin C, arubtin, and licorice extracts.
Pale complexions probably won't need a heavy-duty skin lightener given time and proper exfoliation treatments. Yet, if that discolored mark remains, a home remedy of fresh lemon juice to bleach the skin may be also help.
Another skin natural brightener that you may want to try is using soy milk on the spot. That type of milk also contains phytoestrogen, a plant-derived estrogen that is believed to aid with wrinkles at the same time.
All you need to do is pour a little soy milk onto a washcloth and prepare to keep it against the mark for at least 10 to 15 minutes while you stretch out and relax. You can do this treatment as often as needed.
Whatever you do, be patient. Everyone's skin is different and repairs itself at its own speed. At least now, your skin will stand a better chance of improvement.