Basically, acne isn’t anything more than a bunch of red pimples caused by an infected glandular follicle on the skin. Certain acne appears mostly on the face; however, it can also be seen on the back and neck of the body. A small percentage of adults suffer from acne or acne vulgaris, also known as acne. This problem is common among teenage girls and, unfortunately, a significant problem among many adults.
As excess sebum is produced because of enlarged glands due to acne, the most crucial factor to be blamed for the problem could be a rise in androgen levels. These skin conditions can be classified into whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts. Testosterone in men is substantially higher than in women, so men are more likely to be affected. In the case that acne is not treated correctly, it may cause blackheads, whiteheads, or pectin to form. An atrophic scar is not thick or red and only affects an area of the body, while a hypertrophic scar is thick and red.
Atrophic scars refer to depressed or sinking scars caused by collagen damage. Perhaps most commonly associated with acne, chickenpox, surgical scars, or atrophic scars.
In hypertrophic scars, collagen deposits increase their size, raising and thickening the wounds. Rash spots appear when there is an injury, such as a simple cut or burn.
What Are The Treatments For Acne Scar?
Sali Peels or beta hydroxy acid peels can treat acne, reduce visible acne scars, and provide a brighter and more blemish-free appearance. This treatment penetrates deep into the pores and provides excellent results. With this quick fix, oily and acne-prone skin types will see visible results in just a few minutes.
In other words, it is a new revolutionary tool with multiple microneedles. During the procedure, a local anaesthetic is used. Radiofrequency energy is released through the tip of the needles, and the discomfort is significantly reduced. The skin thickens, and collagen contracts under both intensity and time modulated frequencies without disturbing the surface. With only a two-day post-treatment period, scars treated with this therapy are very well healed.
Smooth Beam Laser Treatment
In addition to applying Smooth beam Laser treatment to acne. After applying anaesthetic cream on the skin, laser treatment is performed. We can offer laser acne treatment to help our clients achieve clear and smooth skin to feel more confident.
We use Smoothbeam lasers, which are non-ablative, to provide patients with the right kind of skin. Smoothbeam lasers work by stimulating collagen to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. To ensure the epidermis layer of the skin is protected from damage, smooth beam lasers are always associated with dynamic cooling devices. Non-ablative lasers are also less invasive. There are fewer risks and less downtime associated with them.
A series of treatments may be needed to achieve the best results. In addition to treating acne with lasers, there are other benefits to using them. Laser beams focused on acne areas kill bacteria and target the enlarged glands, which reduce sebum production.
PRP as an Acne scar treatment
By injecting platelet-rich plasma into your face, you can promote cell growth and healing. This healing process allows the skin on your face to feel hydrated, plumper and younger. Plasma & platelets can be seen as the foundation of great skin. By increasing the number of platelets in the areas of your face that have been damaged by the sun, scarred by acne, or losing elasticity, you can add a boost to your skin cells so these areas will naturally heal on their own.
IICAN teaches our delegates everything about this procedure in our 3 weeks POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CLINICAL COSMETOLOGY (PGDCC) course.
Our training emphasizes taking a holistic view of the treatment, including patient expectations, and ensuring safety and optimum results.
BENEFITS OF TRAINING ON ACNE SCAR REVISION
While there are lots of beauty creams and lotions in the market for acne scarring, acne scar revision using dermal fillers offers patients a more cost-effective, non-surgical alternative with little or no downtime and longer-lasting results.
In addition, dermal fillers also help in the breakdown of scar tissue, and in stimulating the production of collagen.
This helps to over time, reduce the overall appearance of the scars, needing fewer top-up treatments as time goes by.
This makes it a preferred option for acne scar treatment as the demand for this procedure remains on the rise and more medical professionals now choosing to add this procedure to their list of treatment services.