Papule, pustule or cyst are the examples of inflamed lesions whose product is most often, acne scars. When the follicle or pore gets filled with excess oil, dead skin cells and bacteria, inflamed blemishes occur. The lesion is usually minor and heals quickly if the rupture occurs near the skin’s surface. When there is a deep break in the follicle wall, more serious lesions occur. The infected material spills out into the dermis and destroys healthy skin tissue. Inflammation is the single greatest gauge of scar development. There is an increase in chance of scarring if deep breakouts take a long time to heal. These acne marks and scars are treated in a number of ways.
(PRP is a low risk option which won’t cause further scarring or damage.)