Acne scars form after severe cases of acne or after unprofessional treatment of the condition.
Acne affects eighty to ninety percent of adolescents. Acne is often inherited. Climate, humidity and sun exposure, as well as a variety of medications, can affect acne. Severe inflammation and injury can lead to disfiguring scarring.
The face and upper body are often affected. Those affected feel a significant reduction in quality of life. Acne scars can be effectively treated by microneedling and treatment with processed autologous blood.