Here’s how to get rid of deep acne scars
The aftermath of acne is deep acne scars that continue to serve as a reminder of ‘those’ days. However, you might be heartened to know that acne is more common that you think, it afflicts 80% of those between the ages of 11 and 30.
Once you have your acne under control, there are treatment options to minimize the appearance of acne scars and improve evenness and texture in your complexion.
Laser treatments like Pico Smooth are effective in treating acne scars using ultra short bursts of energy. This hits your skin in one trillionth of a second and targets your skin’s concerns without damaging the skin around it.
Pico Smooth creates pressure waves that kickstart and inflammatory healing response which then stimulates collagen and elastin production. This treatment offers little downtime especially when compared to traditional skin resurfacing lasers and visibly improves the appearance of acne scars as well as wrinkles.
A chemical peel is an alternative solution to lasers. A unique blend of skin peels is created just for you, containing naturally occurring fruit acids and active cosmeceutical ingredients to improve your complexion.
Chemical peels help to improve and smoothen the texture of your skin. The procedure in itself removes dead skin cells from the skin’s surface, allowing healthier skin cells to come through resulting in a smoother texture and a radiant glow.
You will notice a softening in acne scars and it can also help any existing acne to be better controlled.
Microneedling typically uses either a fine-needle roller or pen device to create tiny hole in the top layer of the skin, which in turn stimulates collagen production, improving fine lines and skin texture.
A new innovation in microneedling is SylfirmX with customizable depths to treat various skin concerns. Electromagnetic energy is penetrated into the dermal layer without damaging the skin tissue to effectively and precisely the individual’s skin concerns, ranging from acne scars to melasma and even dull, sagging skin.