What is the difference between acne scars and large pores?

You can achieve smoother skin

Taking care of our skin is an essential part of staying healthy, and people have been following this habit for many years. But, in most cases, we don’t understand exactly what our skin wants, so sometimes we choose the wrong skin care products. We often get confused about various skin diseases and never get the right solution for them. The same goes for people dealing with large pores and acne scars. They do not understand the difference between these two and get frustrated after being treated wrongly.

Large pores and their causes:

We all have pores in our skin that help release toxins from our bodies through sweating. According to observations made by many experts, people with acne-prone, oily, and combination skin experience larger pores. Some of the main causes are:

– Excessive sebum production
– Comedogenic skin care products
– Sun damage
– Heavy makeup application

Close-up of human facial pores

Signs of acne and their causes:

Acne scars are shallow or deep dimples in the skin that appear after a severe acne breakout. These marks are caused when the dermis, the deep layer of the skin, is damaged during the acne infection.

Difference between large pores and acne scars:

Confusion between large pores and acne scars is common because they are closely related. The main difference between these two skin problems is that large pores are caused by excessive sebum production. Acne cannot lead to large pores.

Close up image of half face Asia male with wide pores skin problem


Treatment with Dermapen 4:

is one of the best methods for treating pores and acne scars. is a process in which small controlled micro-injuries are applied to the skin through 16 sterile micro-needles that improve the internal healing process and produce more collagen.

Fraxel CO2 Laser Treatment:

This treatment helps improve skin texture and elasticity. the treatment visibly improves the appearance of pores, post-acne scars, and other skin imperfections.


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