A derma roller/derma pen procedure that uses tiny needles to prick the skin. This generates new collagen and skin tissues which result in smoother, firmer, and more toned skin. This treatment is minimally invasive, which means zero downtime for you! You will experience no more than a bit of redness and irritation for a short while.
Chemical peels will use various concentrations of different ingredients and effectively reduce acne scars. This is based on the type of acne scars that you have. This method is beneficial when it comes to minimising macular erythematous acne scars.
Subcision treatment will help minimise the appearance of acne scars while visibly improving skin texture. It is a minimally invasive procedure that is done after injecting a local anaesthetic. It involves breaking the tough and stubborn fibrous strands under the scars that keep them tethered to the underlying structures and not letting the scars come up with just microneedling.
TCA Cross Peel
This procedure helps with ice pick scars and involves the focal application of TCA Cross peel within the scars. It ensures a visible reduction of acne scars.
This procedure is done to flatten elevated hypertrophic/keloid scars and reduce scar visibility size and severity.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
This is considered one of the most recent advancements in scar revision techniques. It helps in combination with resurfacing procedures like subcision, LASERs, and microneedling radiofrequency.
Micro-needling Radiofrequency (MNRF)
This procedure is one of the latest fractional MNRF procedures for scar correction. It uses radiofrequency energy to heat deep layers of damaged skin. This boosts the elastin and collagen production and helps reduce the depth of scars. It also has skin tightening effects and improves the texture of your skin.
The benefits of MNRF are as follows
It has practically no side effects
Strengthens the skin’s support system
It elevates acne scars and makes them less visible
Improves skin texture
Safe and effective