2020's Breakthrough Acne Scarring and Hyperpigmentation Treatment
There are some things about our teens that we’d like to forget. Acne scars are one of them. Unfortunately, just like that embarrassing memory of serenading your crush in the cafeteria, acne scarring and hyperpigmentation tends to stick around.
But that part of your life is far behind you. You’ve done your time, and you don’t deserve to deal with acne-related scarring and hyperpigmentation. That’s why so many of us depend on concealers and foundations, but the problem is, these tend to clog our pores and inflame our skin even more. It’s a vicious cycle of covering and irritating.
You probably already know this, and you have definitely seen enough ads promising to erase your acne scars for good. Problem is, these ads don’t explain what acne scarring is, or why and how their product works (which usually means it doesn’t).
Before purchasing any skin product, you need to know the what, why, and how:
+ What Are Acne Scars And Hyperpigmentation?
Acne scars and acne-related hyperpigmentation are two different problems, and can sometimes require different types of treatment. That’s why it’s important to determine whether you have one, or both, of these types of blemishes.
Acne scarring can either present as dimpling, or raised, bumpy areas on your skin. Some appear as wide, U-shaped scars with sharp edges, while others might look like deep, round holes. You might also see acne scarring that presents as a wide depression with an irregular, rolling appearance.
Hyperpigmentation caused by acne usually appears as darker patches of skin where the old pimple or acne used to be. Unlike acne scarring, hyperpigmentation is generally flat and smooth. If hyperpigmentation occurs in the dermis, it’ll look grey-blue. People with darker skin tones tend to be more likely to get acne-related hyperpigmentation.
+ Why Do We Get Them?
Acne scars typically form when cystic acne is damaged during the healing process. That’s why dermatologists warn about picking at acne. This damages the glands, small veins, and tissues surrounding the pimple. Your skin attempts to repair these lesions by producing more collagen, but this sometimes results in a scar that develops in the dermis. Reversely, if too little collagen is produced during the healing process, it can also result in visible marks and lesions.
That last part is important for those of us who experience adult acne. As we age, our bodies begin producing less collagen. This leads to those telltale marks and wrinkles, but if we’re also dealing with acne, that lack of collagen can cause some noticeable scarring that may not have popped up when we were younger.
Hyperpigmentation is also a result of trauma to your skin during an acne flare-up, but instead of producing inappropriate amounts of collagen, the wound area produces melanin. Since hyperpigmentation isn’t formed by damage to the follicle itself, it’s not technically considered an acne scar. That doesn’t mean it’s not still visible, and it’s definitely not something you want to look at in the mirror each morning.
+ How Do We Erase Them?
The main keys to reducing both acne scar and hyperpigmentation are:
- Reduction of inflammation
- Delivery of an appropriate amount of collagen
- Quick cell regeneration
Ideally, our bodies should do this naturally. Inflammation goes away as the wound heals, A2 receptors encourage your skin to produce the right amount of collagen to the area, and your skin cells go through a 28-day cycle of regeneration. However, the process doesn’t always go this smoothly, and scarring results.
This usually means expensive treatments and procedures. The thing is, all of these treatments attempt to mimic the same responses that your body should have had in the first place.
For acne scarring, treatment is more invasive and includes:
- Chemical peels: acid that removes the top layer of your skin.
- Microneedling: a beautician or dermatologist creates micro-wounds in your skin that force it to create more collagen and elastin.
- Dermal fillers: collagen injections that usually only work temporarily
Hyperpigmentation is easier to fix, but still requires:
- Bleaching ingredients, to lighten pigmentation
- Deep exfoliation to increase cell turnover
Basically, for both acne scarring and hyperpigmentation, you’re wounding your skin again to trigger your body to fix the initial issue.
Acne scarring and hyperpigmentation have been notoriously difficult to erase. They’ve required painful and expensive treatments that aren’t always proven to work, and concealer that clogs your pores even more.
It’s time to free yourself of the cycle of treatment, makeup, and further damage to both your skin and your wallet.
Here’s Why REJURAN® Is The Revolution Of Acne Scarring And Hyperpigmentation:
A powerhouse skincare product straight out of Korea, REJURAN® Healer Turnover Ampoule is designed to boost your body’s natural ability to clear those blemishes once and for all.
Soothe Inflammation. REJURAN® Healer Turnover Ampoule includes calendula oil. Extracted from marigold flowers, this ingredient is famous for its ability to soothe the appearance of irritated skin.
Get Your Collagen The Right Way. Unlike other treatments, REJURAN® Healer Turnover Ampoule doesn’t simply dump collagen onto your skin. Instead, it stimulates your A2 receptors to naturally produce the right amount of collagen for you. That translates to real, lasting, and safe results that go beyond scar reduction. Think fine lines, wrinkles and sun spots.
Boost Cell Turnover. REJURAN® Healer Turnover Ampoule is formulated with a cosmetic form of PDRN. This powerful ingredient is used in the medical industry to heal burn victims with patented DNA cell technology that stimulates healthy cell turnover. REJURAN® is the first cosmeceutical with this type of science in a bottle.
REJURAN® is an elite line of Korean skincare solutions designed for a range of issues, from acne scarring to wrinkles. Every REJURAN® product is meticulously formulated with ingredients purified and manufactured at GMP- certified facilities.
Developed by scientists with extensive knowledge of premium skincare, REJURAN® has been clinically tested by the Korea Institute of Dermatological Sciences, which utilises FDA guidelines to determine product efficacy and safety.
REJURAN® Healer Turnover Ampoule is clinically proven to:
- Reduce enlarged skin pores
- Minimize blemishes and pigmentation
- Improve cell turnover cycles
- Regulate collagen production
- Replenish moisture
- Boost elasticity
- Smooth fine lines and wrinkles
The Safest Investment You’ll Make
We understand REJURAN® Healer Ampoule isn’t a cheap and cheerful drugstore option. This is an investment in your skin, with clinical-grade ingredients meant to replace the need for more serious and costly treatments.
Remember all of the products you’ve already bought over the years? The concealers, foundations, masks, drugstore products, and even professional treatments? Add all of them up, and you’ve probably spent a lot. If you’re reading this now, it means that none of these treatments worked.
The REJURAN® Healer Ampoule, as you’ve learned above, is clinically proven to do what your skin needs to help reduce those scars for good. All of this is available in one product. You’ll not only be saving valuable bathroom counter space, but also the environment.
We’re so confident in REJURAN® Healer Ampoule that we have a 100% refund guarantee with no hoops to jump through. This is probably the only investment you’ll ever make in which you have nothing to lose.
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We want you to experience the transformative effects of REJURAN® Healer Ampoule, without the fear of wasting more money on skincare products.
That’s why our game-changing serum comes with an industry leading refund guarantee.
Try REJURAN® Healer Ampoule for a full 60 days. If you aren’t 100% satisfied with your results, simply return your bottles and we’ll give you a full refund of the purchase price (excluding shipping).
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