No More Pimple Mark Worries: Your Complete Removal Guide

No More Pimple Mark Worries: Your Complete Removal Guide

Getting a pimple just a night before your most important day, when you are supposed to look your best. Yes, that is very frustrating and evil, and we understand that. Getting a pimple and then trying to Google ‘how to remove pimple marks’, we all have been there. A lot of teenagers go through this and have faced the exact same issues. It is extremely common to get pimples, don’t let these tiny pimples shatter your confidence. 

But getting a pimple, that’s not the trouble, the mark that they leave that is the problem. When those pimples leave a rigid, stubborn mark that just won’t budge no matter what skincare you are using. 

We are familiar with that situation and understand how frustrating it can be. Hence, we have certain tips for you to try that works like magic and will help you remove those stubborn pimple marks. But let’s first understand why you are getting these pimples and their marks, so we can avoid the mistakes (if any) in our skincare routine to avoid getting into such situations. 

Why are you getting pimples and their marks?

As it is common to get pimples during your teenage years, it is essential to treat these pimples the minute you get with extreme care or it can lead to a disaster. 

Why these pimples are coming, let’s first answer that: acne lesions or generally called as pimples occur when the pores are clogged with oil and dead skin cells, and the skin doesn’t get enough air to breathe. These pores or hair follicles when clogged with dead skin and oil can lead to bacterial growth and create red bumps, which on further growth gets filled with pus. 

Now, moving on to why the pores are getting clogged is due to improper cleansing, or product accumulation. It is quite common to happen as we all get so busy in our daily life that by the time we reach home to cleanse the face, the dirt, dead skin is already clogged into the pores. Another reason can be avoiding exfoliation as during the exfoliation process the dirt and dead skin cells get removed from the pores but if you neglect the exfoliation for a longer period of time, it becomes an issue. 

Additionally, scarring usually occurs when there is a lot of popping, picking or squeezing of pimples. This might get you rid of those pimples but the scars will remain. Another reason for scarring is genetics, as some of the blood groups are just naturally more prone to sustaining these scars and it will be there. However, in both the cases you need to keep in mind that the scars too can be removed, if treated properly. 

How to Remove Pimple Marks?

Yes, this is the most awaited part of the entire discussion and we’ll give you answers for the same, just a bit more patience. First let’s have a look at tips on how to avoid getting pimple scars. Follow the pointers below for reference.

  • Follow a simple skin care routine strictly 
  • If you have sensitive, more acne prone skin then use a face wash for oily skin and pimples. 
  • Oil-free or lightweight moisturizers are the best cream for oily skin pimples. 
  • Avoid touching your face and popping out the pimples. 
  • Cleanse and exfoliate properly.
  • As soon as you get an acne scar, start with the proper treatment. 
  • Avoid using the household remedies that you might get after googling how to remove pimple marks or similar points. 

Following ingredients when incorporated into the skincare routine works the best for removing the acne/pimple scars. 

  • AHA

Alpha hydroxy acid (AHAs) are highly efficient when it comes to treating acne scars as it helps exfoliate the skin and remove the clogged pores, also reducing the occurrence of clogged pores hence less acne. It also helps in making those scars less visible and works for all age groups and acne. 

  • Lactic acids

It helps reduce the pigmentation caused by acne and hence over-time application can help to reduce the appearance of acne marks. This is also suitable for all age groups. 

  • Retinoids 

It helps to reduce the discoloration occurring due to acne scars and also helps achieve an even skin tone. However, with the application of skin becomes highly sensitive to the sun radiation and hence retinoids should always be used with a good sunscreen. 

You can browse the Sun stoppable sunscreen with SPF 30 and 50 by Fabbeu along with the Blue light moisturizer which is the best cream for oily skin pimples. 

  • Salicylic acid

It helps to clear up the pores hence reducing the occurrence of pimples and scarring as well. It also exfoliates the skin while also reducing any form of redness or swelling due to acne. 

Fabbeu answers how to remove pimple marks from face

Being a teenage centric brand, Fabbeu understands the problems that teenagers have to face with frequent occurrence of acne and acne scars as well. Hence, the products formulated consist of mild ingredients that are safe to be used on the gentle teenage skin. 

Additionally, the products developed by Fabbeu are 100% vegan and cruelty free which makes them safe to be used by teenagers. Moreover, the products by Fabbeu are safe and can be used by teenagers of different skin types as there are products for each and every skin type, making it easier for you to choose. 

If you don’t know about your skin type yet, then take the skin quiz crafted by Fabbeu and then explore the wide range of collections by the brand as per your skin type. 


1. Do pimple marks go away?

Ans. How to remove pimple marks, yes that is a haunting question, yes, pimple marks can be removed with regular skin care and suitable treatment as per the skin type.

 2. How to remove pimples naturally?

Ans. Use a face wash for oily skin and pimples if you want the pimples to disappear naturally. Also avoid touching the face and popping out the pimples. 

3. What kills pimples best?

Ans. Deep cleansing with a suitable face wash for oily skin and pimples helps to kill pimples easily. You can also use a skin type suitable cream which is effective. 

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