Review - Finally... an Acne Scar Remover that Works

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DermagistThere's one thing about my appearance that's bothered me for as long as I can remember:  my skin.  My fair complexion has always shown every freckle, sun spot, pimple, blackhead, etc. with unforgiving clarity.  Now, thanks to my bout with adult acne, I have several pock marks and acne scars to go along with the rest of my skin's imperfections.

Thankfully, Dermagist has a quick-acting formula that fades your acne scars in as little as 30-days.  Keep reading to learn more about how this acne scar remover works.

I reviewed the Acne Scars Fading System from Dermagist which retails for $119.99, but is currently on sale for $89.99.

The Dermagist Acne Scars Fading System ~ A Top-Notch Acne Scar Remover

Acne Scar RemoverDermagist's Acne Scars Fading System is the only product on the market of its kind.  It successfully targets the improvement of bumps, holes, and uneven texture of acne scars, while soothing discoloration, redness and bruising with Collaxyl, Rosa Mosqueta, Glycolic Acid, Acai Berry, Niacinamide, Asafetida and Resveratrol.

This acne scar remover is a system consisting of the Detoxifying Acne Cleanser and the Acne Scar Fading Cream.  These two products make up a two-step treatment that is designed to be used twice daily.  Follow each step in both the morning and evening to achieve maximum results.

Step One: Cleansing and preparing the skin for treatment

Detoxifying Acne Cleanser - Work cleanser into a lather and smooth over an already moistened face.  Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry with a clean towel.

Step Two: Treat damaged skin and scar tissue

Acne Scar Fading Cream - Apply product with fingertips, gently massaging the cream over the scars until fully absorbed.  Be sure to use just enough product to fully cover the entire area evenly.

Dermagist Acne Scars Fading ResultsRepeat steps one and two twice daily.  The consistent application of this two-step process will soothe and repair the scar tissue and restore your skin's natural complexion.

Dermagist Acne Scars Fading ResultsI've been using this acne scar remover for almost two weeks and have to admit that I'm completely impressed with the results I've seen so far.  I can tell that my "ice pick" scars are less deep and the thicker scar tissue is beginning to thin somewhat and blend in with the rest of my undamaged skin.  Since I already clean and moisturize my face twice daily, there's nothing additional I need to do to incorporate the Dermagist Acne Scars Fading System into my current skin care regimen.

If your face is still showing the unfortunate reminders from your previous bouts with acne, then be sure to try this Dermagist acne scar remover and erase the damage once and for all!

5 Star Review
Disclosure: I received the Acne Scars Fading System from Dermagist in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. This product review is based on my own personal experiences with this item and is completely honest and objective.
I'm a former 7th grade Science teacher turned stay-at-home mom that lives in Houston, Texas. I am married to my college sweetheart and have a beautiful daughter named Riley, who definitely keeps me on my toes! I am also involved in starting a small business which would both manufacture and sell an invention that I've patented, called Toothpaste 2 Go. I love interacting with my readers and hope to learn as much about you as you learn about me!

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14 Responses to Finally… an Acne Scar Remover that Works

    Courtney Tucker Says:

    1

    I would like it to try and see if it will help my scars on my face where I had gotten moles removed at the age of 12, the holes in my face are way worse than the tiny moles I removed but thought it would only be clear skin left not scars, really bothers me!

    Heather! Says:

    3

    I had acne as a teenager, but it actually got worse in adulthood. It’s finally under control now, and I am so happy for that, but I do still bear the scars of that time. I’d LOVE to see them fade!

    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

    Jennifer Rogers Says:

    4

    I am nearly fifty and still get pimples! Well we know what that does at this age!

    Robin Quick Says:

    5

    I would like for my son to try it because he has a few acne scars to get rid of.

    Debra Malone Says:

    6

    I’ve had trouble with my complextion since I was a teen.
    Now in my 50’s I’ve got too many scars.
    Would luv to win this product to try.

    Wendy g Says:

    7

    i would love to try it to get rid of some ugly spots ty

    Hannah C Says:

    8

    Omg! I would SO LOVE this because I have too many acne scars on my face. I get acne every now and then but it doesn’t bother me as much as the old scars do from when I used to pick them. I’d get very annoying ones on my nose which I picked and now I have the ugliest scar on my nose and it makes me feel bad about myself. But I could never afford something like this! So I really really hope I win.

    Stacey Roberson Says:

    9

    I have a friend that has many scars from acne on her face, and I would to win this for her to try.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    joann Says:

    10

    My daughter has had severe acne for years, and I would LOVE to give this to her.

    Mary Casper Says:

    11

    yes I would like to try this have some areas where it may be very useful

    Sue Ellison Says:

    12

    I would love to have this, I have horrible acne scars!

    Shaunda Eppes Says:

    13

    My son has terrible acne scars.

    Megan Blumenthal Says:

    14

    would love it for my skin scars!

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