1. scars with a gradual dip or depression (sometimes called "rolling" scars)
2. scars that are deep and narrow
Scarring due to acne isn't common, however, but not rare either. If you have scarring due to acne know that you aren't alone. There are millions of people just like you. The condition is so widespread that modern medicine provides many remedies to this type of scarring. Most kinds of acne scars do fades by proper treatment.
Furthermore, some scars could be permanent, trying to squeeze the pimple and excessive puling could result in more permanent scarring. The only way to identify if the type of scarring you have is permanent or temporary is to visit a dermatologist.
If you or anyone you know is suffering from acne scarring, reach out to us and we will help recommend an appropriate course of action for improving your scars.
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