One method that works in preventing acne scarring is to work hard in order to prevent acne from going too severe. It's not recommended that you wait around for acne to just disappear on its own. The most effective method is to begin treatment right away. It's important that you see your dermatologist if your acne is increasing in severity and happens to not respond to over-the-counter products.
If possible it's recommended that you prevent any pimples from further infection either by using a drying paste for acne or pimples, or seeing your dermatologist for further help. Also avoid anything that may further aggravate and irritate your skin, this includes excessive washing, harsh product use, and excess scrubbing etc
Do not squeeze, pop, or pick at pimples
Regardless of what you might read in many beauty magazines or books, squeezing a pimple usually forces dirt deer into the skin's follicle and this helps worsen the blemish, by spreading infection. Squeezing any of the pimples you might have may lead to acute inflammation, which can permanently damage the skin's tissue. Also picking and popping a pimple usually lengthens the healing time and leads to permanent scarring of your skin. It is recommended that you treat your skin gently and allow it to heal itself on its own.
Know if you are forward to scarring
Not everyone is the same and the chances of developing scarring from a pimple or from acne vary from one person to the next. See a dermatologist if you happen to be highly prone to scarring after any breakouts, he or she can help you devise a treatment plan that will help you minimize future future scarring as well as treat any present scars you may have.
See your doctor as soon as you experience large, deep breakouts, or cysts.
The development of deep cysts or nodules usually leaves behind deep and permanent scars due to their destruction of the skin's tissue. A trained and certified dermatologist doctor is needed to treat acne of this severity by providing the treatment required to reduce the opportunities of you developing deep permanent scars.