I would definitely first get your acne under control. It is possible that is hormonal and could potentially have a different treatment. Then you can have Fraxel or eMatrix laser to reduce the scars. Please consult an expert for the best cosmetic results. Best, Dr. Green
Before pursuing acne scar treatments, I would recommend making sure your acne is under good control to ensure that you are not getting additional scars. Also some of the scar treatments can cause acne flares, especially if you have active acne scars. As far as the scar treatments, there are a number of treatments that can help to improve the appearance of the scars, such as TCA CROSS, chemical peels, microneedling, laser treatments and PRP. You would likely benefit from a combination of fractional laser treatments and PRP; however without an in-person exam it is difficult to make the best recommendation for you.
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I would recommend a combination of E Matrix RF, fractional Clear and Brilliant laser, Fraxel, light chemical peels, and micropen.
In my opinion, you should see a dermatologist who can help you with your skin. I think it's important to get your acne under control. Once your acne is under control, you need to treat your acne scarring based upon the type of scars that you have. Based upon the tangential light photograph that you submitted, I think you may have acne pits, superficial scars and a few box cars. It's difficult for me to determine if you have any raised papules or if these are acne lesions. The treatment for your type of scars include TCA cross, chemical peeling, Micro needle radio frequency (infini), Micro Needling, ablative and non-ablative lasers.
Find a dermatologist with experience in acne scarring. Ask to see photos of patients with similar type of scars. Hope this helps. Good luck.