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If you're interested in a natural way to remove your pesky acne scars, then you might be searching for some good acne scar home remedies. Often these remedies are cheap, easy to come by and can often be as effective as treatments costing hundreds of dollars (even more so in some cases).

Acne scars are awful, they truly are. Here's a list of treatments that might help you get rid of that acne. Please note the 'might' in what I just said. They are acne scar home remedies after all so you might have to try a few to find one that works. Thankfully, you can combine treatments (unlike other products) because it's all natural. Take a look.

1) Lemon Juice One of the most popular solutions to acne is good old lemon juice. The juice of a lemon applied with a small ball of cotton then rinsed off can often work wonders. Remember that lemons have a very low ph value (very acidic) so that they might sting a bit when you first apply it. Grunt and bear it! Your skin will feel deliciously smooth once it's been rinsed off.

2) Olive Oil This oil is not an acne scar home remedy as such (it does not directly help your skin) however it works by removing all the gunk and grease that might be clogging up your skin. All skin especially the face is target to a lot of environmental abuse and olive oil offers a highly effective way of removing it. Remember to wash your face very well afterwards to avoid clogging up your face with, well, olive oil.

3) Ice Ice is a quick fix for your skin. It won't heal your skin but if you're about to head out somewhere and things look really bad then you might want to consider brushing a bit of ice across in order for the skin to contract and smooth over. The appearance will be much better quite quickly, but will get worse again over time.

Acne scar home remedies are an excellent way to improve the state of your acne scarring. They are a little hit and miss, but you can probably find one that will help the appearance of those pesky acne marks. If you find that the home remedies aren't working to your satisfaction, a more formal scar solution might be what you need. I hope you have found this article valuable.

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