The Best Methods for Acne Scar Treatment
When it comes to the world of cosmetic enactment, skincare is by far the most important aspect to the vast majority of both men and women around the world. And when it comes to skincare, its important to understand that everybody’s body chemistry is different and therefore they are susceptible to different issues, some being worse than others, depending upon what kind of skin they have, as well as how we choose to handle and care for our skin. One of the worst, and sadly most common skincare concerns has got to be acne and acne scars. And while acne is certainly the more common of the two, usually it will go away as we age, and with some of the most basic skincare cleansers, toners, and cream serums – however, acne scars are far more difficult to alleviate and therefore those are the focus of our article today. According to the team at Alluring Image Medical Spa, known for the best acne scar treatment in Florida, in many cases acne scars are actually impossible to remove, however, it is possible to reduce their appearance heavily, making them very difficult to see clearly. As skincare technology has advanced over the years, experts have combined traditional methods of exfoliation with modern cream cleansers, serums and even high-tech devices, to help to remove the outer layers of skin as an acne scar treatment. Some of the most effective treatments including the acne extreme facial, the microdermabrasion facial or diamond dermabrasion, and dermaplaning. Now we will delve a bit deeper to better understand how these procedures can help with acne scar removal.
· Acne Extreme Facial
Technically, the Acne Extreme Facial isn’t specifically an acne scar removal treatment, but it does help quite a bit, indirectly. The fact is that the acne extreme facial is designed to help treat cystic acne in its most severe forms – while cystic acne itself is already a severe form of acne, that will often lead to the most severe of acne scars when left untreated. Cystic acne is a severe type of acne in which the pores in the skin become blocked, leading to infection and inflammation. As a result of this likely infection, patients are very likely to experience severe acne scars. The main factors behind cystic acne are the hormonal changes in puberty, but it can occur in older individuals, too. Because this form of severe acne is characterized by nodules and cysts may need referral to a specialist, as it might leave scars or already show signs of scarring. This is partly because the main drugs used to treat cystic acne are tightly controlled. However, in many instances’ patients might want to try a facial procedure such as the acne extreme facial, which uses a wide variety of alpha hydroxy acids, and serums in order to help remove the skin’s outer layers, without causing the acne to become inflamed. In essence, when the acne scars actually form, this can also be a help, as it will help to exfoliate the skin’s outer layers as well.
· Microdermabrasion Facial or Diamond Dermabrasion
The microdermabrasion facial is highly effective s an acne scar treatment, as well as in the treatment of a lot of other skin conditioning. It also works in a similar manner to diamond dermabrasion as well. The procedure is essentially a minimally invasive procedure used to renew overall skin tone and texture. It can improve the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, melasma, and other skin-related concerns and conditions.The procedure uses a special applicator with an abrasive surface to gently sand away the thick outer layer of the skin to rejuvenate it.A different microdermabrasion technique sprays fine particles of aluminum oxide or sodium bicarbonate with a vacuum/suction to accomplish the same outcome as the abrasive surface.Microdermabrasion is considered a safe procedure for most skin types and colors. The two procedures are quite similar; however, they use a different method of exfoliation. Diamond Dermabrasion also provides a non-surgical skin refinish procedure, by using sterile diamond heads to abrade or rub off the top skin layer, then vacuuming out the particles of dirt and dead skin away. This is the same process as the microdermabrasion facial as well. Both treatments not only help alleviate acne scars, but a whole set of other issues as well – in addition to leaving the patient’s skin shiny, smooth, soft, supple and glowing.
While microdermabrasion in a method of exfoliation that uses a high-tech device, and a chemical peel or facial is a means of chemical exfoliation that removes the outer layers of skin using acids, and other serums – dermaplaning is considered to be a means of manual exfoliation, as it doesn’t use any fancy tech, just your medical providers own hand and an extra sharp blade or surgical scalpel. Slowly, your medical provider will rub the blade down the treatment area, where the acne scar is most prominent, and slowly but surely the outer layers of skin will be removed – any dirt, debris, oils, bacteria, unwanted hair, and other surface materials will be removed from the skin’s surface as well. Plus, when it happens the scalpel is able to remove unwanted dirt and debris from the inside of the pores, something that will help to prevent future acne issues as well.
For more information on acne issues, and more, be sure to contact Alluring Image today.