Acne scarring

If you currently have an acne breakout, Curology can help prevent future scarring by preventing and treating active blemishes.

For redness and hyperpigmentation, blemishes from old acne lesions can take months to heal (about 6 months on average after lesions first appear). Fortunately, pigment change is not permanent, so this is not considered scarring.

Depressed scarring doesn’t resolve with topical treatments. That said, tretinoin may help scarring somewhat in the long-term, due to its collagen-stimulating effect. If you want to pursue in-office treatment, we recommend reviewing your options in-person with a local cosmetic dermatologist.

To find a board-certified dermatologist near you, visit www.aad.org/find-a-derm.

If you’re unsure whether Curology is suitable for your skin, sign up and submit a Skin Assessment with your photos. Our providers are happy to determine if our prescriptions are right for you. 

If Curology isn’t the right fit for your skin, we’re more than happy to cancel your account so you can find the help you need from an in-person provider.

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