In high school you dreamed of the day that your face would finally clear up and become an acne-free zone. While that day eventually arrived, you still don't feel entirely happy with your appearance when you look in the mirror. For some, when acne fades, permanent scars are left behind. These scars can give grown adults the same insecurities that acne-ridden teenagers face. Although acne scars are legendarily difficult to remove, there are some treatments that could help you get the skin you've longed for all these years.
- Vi Facial Peel – This treatment repairs damage and gives your skin a noticeable improvement within a week's time. Some customers report a temporary red or tan discoloration in the days immediately following the peel but are very happy with the final results.
- Radiesse – Calcium-based microsheres fill in acne scars and encourage collagen production to create smoother, younger looking skin.
- Fraxel Laser – Even out your scar tissue with the latest laser technologies. Skin damage can be erased as thousands of microscopic problem areas are targeted and repaired.
- Artefille – For a long-lasting solution, fillers are used to even out marks left behind from acne. Results can hold for up to five years.
- Sculptura – This double approach both ramps up collagen production and fills in dips and scars that have settled into the skin. Results appear natural and youthful, typically lasting around two to three years.
- Microdermabrasion – This is a two-step method that begins with a peel that hydrates and exfoliates the skin. Next you will receive a facial that provides the nutrients necessary to reduce the appearance of acne scars.
- Collagen Induction Therapy– This method primarily works by increasing the skin's production of new collagen, eventually resulting in a smoother and more elastic texture, hiding the marks of past breakouts. This approach is sometimes called Dermal Needling.
Are you hoping to reduce the appearance of your acne scars? Schedule a free consultation with us to go over your options. Give us a call at (813) 874-2332.