Imperial Aesthetics Has Experienced And The Best Dermatologist For Acne Scars Treatment in Daska
Sometimes a healed acne scar leaves discolored skin, which is also called post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation. Skin Discoloration can remain visible for months after an acne lesion has healed. A Dermatologist or aesthetician uses a spray of very small crystals instead of a high-speed brush to Remove Surface Skin. More than one treatment may be required, and there is no downtime.
Post acne pigmentation
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), those dark marks or spots left behind after a pimple heals, can be even more aggravating and distressing than pimples themselves. PIH is discoloration of the skin that follows an inflammatory wound. It is the skin's natural response to inflammation.
Most people with acne have some degree of PIH. And it's not just the big blemishes that cause these spots: Hyperpigmentation can follow even relatively minor pimples and papules.
Acne scars Treatment
Scars from acne can seem like double punishment, first you had to deal with the pimples, now you have marks as a reminder. Acne lesions (pimples) happen when the hair follicles (or "pores") on the skin become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. A plugged follicle is the perfect place for bacteria to grow and create the red bumps and pus-filled red bumps known as pimples.
When the experts in our office do PRP facials, many of our clients have tons of questions before the procedure begins. They’ve heard lots of rumors, facts, myths and sometimes misleading information about these new, skin-rejuvenation facials. The best way to deal with all the misinformation out there is to provide you with the cold facts about PRP (platelet-rich plasma) facials. It’s always a good idea to educate yourself about any treatment you are considering, learn about its advantages, disadvantages, costs and other pertinent information.
Microderm needling of face Treatment
Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that’s primarily used to minimize the signs of aging. During a standard session, a dermatologist uses a special roller or device with needles to prick the skin and stimulate new collagen production. Because of this, microneedling is also known as collagen induction therapy or percutaneous collagen induction. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), as an injection or topically, can be added to the session for an additional cost.