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ACNE SCARRING TREATMENTS IN HENLEY ON THAMES, OXFORDSHIRE

Acne scarring is created through a traumatic disturbance in the deep layers of skin. When the skin is damaged in any way, such as recurrent pimples, it can result in the growth of poor quality collagen that looks uneven and bumpy.  There are different types of acne scars called Box, Rolling and Icepick. It is vital to have your skin assessed so that the correct treatment choice can be made according to which types of scarring you have.

SkinPen Acne Scarring Microneedling

SkinPen Microneedling – More treatments = further improvement

WHAT ARE THE DARK MARKS?

Dark marks visible on the skin where the pimples have healed are called Post-Inflammatory Hyper-pigmentation (PIH).  This is where the skin has healed quickly and left deposits of pigmentation.  These are made worse by sun exposure so it is vital to wear high grade SPF daily.  There are methods of speeding up the recovery of the skin and encouraging the PIH to fade away leaving a clearer complexion visible.

HOW CAN MY ACNE SCARRING AND PIH BE TREATED?

There are several methods to treat acne scarring and PIH. Medical Micro-needling (SkinPen) and AlumierMD Peel treatments are specifically designed to directly stimulate collagen to grow deep within the layers of the scarring, enormously improving its visible quality and health.

These treatments are usually performed as a course of 3 to 6 sessions spaced a few weeks apart. Highly potent serum combinations of Vitamin C, Retinol etc are massaged into the scarring thoroughly until fully absorbed and used daily at home to support further stimulation between treatments. It is possible to see gradual improvements in your acne scarring after the first session, with results continuing to improve for approximately 9 months after your course has finished.

ACNE SCARRING TREATMENT OPTIONS:

SkinPen Microneedling

AlumierMD Peels & Home Care

Call to book your consultation with Medical Aesthetics Nurse, Hannah Orchard RN INP, to see how we can help your acne scarring.

ACNE SCARRING IN HENLEY-ON-THAMES, OXFORDSHIRE

Acne scarring is created through a traumatic disturbance in the deep layers of skin. When the skin is damaged in any way, such as recurrent pimples, it can result in the growth of poor quality collagen that looks uneven and bumpy.  There are different types of acne scars called Box, Rolling and Icepick. It is vital to have your skin assessed so that the correct treatment choice can be made according to which types of scarring you have.

SkinPen Acne Scarring Microneedling

SkinPen Microneedling – More treatments = further improvement

 

WHAT ARE THE DARK MARKS? Dark marks visible on the skin where the pimples have healed are called Post-Inflammatory Hyper-pigmentation (PIH).  This is where the skin has healed quickly and left deposits of pigmentation.  These are made worse by sun exposure so it is vital to wear high grade SPF daily.  There are methods of speeding up the recovery of the skin and encouraging the PIH to fade away leaving a clearer, healthier complexion visible.

HOW CAN MY ACNE SCARRING AND PIH BE TREATED?

There are several methods to treat acne scarring and PIH. SkinPen Microneedling and AlumierMD Peel treatments are specifically designed to directly stimulate collagen to grow deep within the layers of the scarring, enormously improving its visible quality and health.

These treatments are usually performed as a course of 3 to 6 sessions spaced a few weeks apart. A rich and highly potent serum combination of Vitamin C, Retinol, Peptides etc are massaged into the scarring thoroughly until fully absorbed and then used daily at home to support further collagen stimulation between treatments. It is possible to see gradual improvements in your acne scarring after the first session, and results continue to improve for approximately 9 months after your course has finished.

ACNE SCARRING TREATMENT OPTIONS:

SkinPen Microneedling

AlumierMD Peels & Home Care

Call to book your consultation with Medical Aesthetics Nurse, Hannah Orchard RN INP, to find out which treatment is right for you.