HOW TO TREAT AND HEAL ACNE SCARS
Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is important for producing collagen in human body. Collagen is the connective tissue found in skin and bones. In addition, vitamin C enhances immunity and protects against infection (of which acne is one). Vitamin C also helps in the absorbtion of iron and boosts healing from within. Humans can not produce vitamin C and are reliant on it. We get vitamin C from nature (fruits, vegetables, diets). Vitamin C has both an anti-oxidant activity and a metabolic activity. When used in form of cream, it can treat and heal acne scars.
Most scars are often treated with chemical peels, dermabration and can even include injections of steroids. There are many topical acne scar removal products on the market today with chemicals which are not only ineffective but actually harmful to your skin. Treating acne scars with harsh chemicals can cause severe and irreversible side effects. When choosing right scar treatment one should consider using topical products with natural ingredients. Even though the use of vitamin C in post acne scar treatment is new discovery, it is widely used by people with post acne scars. The maximum efficacy of vitamin C can only be achieved by applying in topically in form of a anti scars cream.
When applied on to the scar more collagen will start forming and the collagen that is often found tethering scars will be replaced with normal collagen and the scars will fill up to a degree and become less and less noticeable, finally disappearing.
All natural anti scar cream MELT is made with vitamin C and other natural ingredients, it is widely used to treat and heal post acne scars.