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Top 4 Ways to Manage and Fade Acne Scars

Top 4 Ways to Manage and Fade Acne Scars

September 01, 2021

Just when you thought your troubled skin had left for good, you’re left with scars that present their own set of skin care woes.


Acne scars can leave you feeling self-conscious and can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you have put time and effort into getting rid of those blemishes once and for all. 


In today’s article we want to share our top 4 ways you can finally start targeting those acne scars so you can feel more confident in your skin. Be warned...if you follow our tips you’re going to see your acne scars simply start to melt away and there’s no going back!


Aloe vera

Known as the “miracle plant” aloe vera is bursting in nutrients to feed your skin with everything it needs to look its absolute best!


In terms of acne scars, aloe vera contains a compound, called aloesin to help reduce hyperpigmentation in acne scars, according to studies.


Aloe vera may also reduce skin inflammation that may intensify acne scarring, as well as boost collagen production for healthier, clearer, plumper skin.


You can apply aloe vera gel fresh out of the leaf. A tip we love is to cut the gel into small blocks and freeze it. Then remove once frozen and gently massage all over your skin for a cooling and rejuvenating facial!


We also recommend our lovely Aloe Vera Facial Cleanser!


Use the right kinds of oils on your skin

The right kinds of oils can have a massive impact on the appearance of acne scars, helping to fade them while brightening up your skin overall.


Our truly beautiful Ora Rose Gold Serum is positively jam-packed in Vitamin E, from natural and organic Wheatgerm, as well as premium prickly pear cactus oil. This antioxidant vitamin aids in tissue repair, fights free radicals and fades acne scars with regular use. Prickly pear oil is wonderful for helping to balance sebum in the skin, preventing new blemishes from popping up!


Do exfoliate regularly

Exfoliation is key to opening up your pores, not only so your skin can greedily drink up all the goodness from your oils and various potions, but also for ensuring you experience fewer breakouts. Less blemishes mean less scars, and prevention is always better than cure after all. 


Simply add a teaspoon of raw brown sugar or coconut sugar to a dollop of our Aloe Cleanser and voila, you have your own homemade exfoliant!


Try a honey and coconut oil DIY facial

Both honey and coconut oil offer some excellent skin benefits, both of which can be super helpful in helping you say adios to those stubborn scars!


Coconut oil is packed in anti-inflammatory fatty acids while honey is deeply hydrating to boost collagen production while leaving your skin radiant!


Try this simple face mask that includes lemon for further lightening and brightening benefits!



We hope you are excited to try these tips for yourself! You really can’t go wrong once you start feeding your skin with nutrients that not only fade scars, but help to smooth and brighten as well.

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