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Acne Scars: An Update on Management.

Skin Therapy Letter 2022 November
Acne vulgaris is a troubling skin disease known to have both physiologic and psychological effects on patients. Acne scars, a frequent complication, can further impact patients' quality of life. Scars result from an impairment in the healing process. Acne scars can be categorized as follows: atrophic scars (including ice pick, rolling, boxcar subtypes) and trophic (including hypertrophic and keloid scars), the latter being less common. Though various treatment approaches have been suggested, there is a lack of high-quality evidence on effective, type-specific acne scar approaches. Herein, we aim to review the current evidence for treating various acne scars.

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