An acne breakout can sometimes be said to be as bad as the acne scars that follow, after the removal of acne spots. Thankfully, acne scars can now be safely and effectively treated, regardless of severity or type.
Various types of acne scars include:
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy
IPL therapy involves the carefully controlled destruction of the skin in order to promote new collagen growth and new epidermal growth. Aside from reducing acne scars’ pigmentation, the result will also reveal an improvement of skin texture and contour, leaving it tight and firm.
This method works by removing the top layer of the skin to produce new healthy skin. Through exfoliation, the skin will eventually peel off and is often replaced by an even smoother skin and reduced appearance of scars.
This is a skin-resurfacing method. To sand your skin, a special rotating instrument will be used to make way for the new skin layer as a replacement. The final result will reveal an even smoother skin and also an improved look of scars.
This is a skin-resurfacing procedure in which a chemical solution is applied onto the skin, which removes the top layer and stimulates new collagen production. Thus, the new skin that grows out will be smoother and more radiant.
This uses focused beams of light to treat damaged parts of the skin as well as improve the appearance of scars, such as scars incurred from injury or acne. There are many types of lasers and equipment available, and your doctor will advise you on which scar removal method is most suitable for you.