Acne scars serve as persistent reminders of both past and present acne struggles, often proving more challenging to address than the acne itself. These scars result from the gradual healing of nodular and cystic acne, a process involving the development of scar tissue over an extended period. They can manifest in two main forms: raised (hypertrophic) or depressed (atrophic), with the latter being further categorized into distinct types like ice pick scars, box scars, and rolling scars. Ice pick scars are characterized by tiny, yet deep holes in the skin, posing difficulties for effective treatment. Box scars present as elongated or oval-shaped marks resembling skin tears, albeit shallower in depth, sometimes appearing saucer-like. Rolling scars give rise to an undulating and wavy skin texture.