Since 1999, Skin Health Spa have developed a number of tried and tested treatments that can greatly reduce or remove all signs of scars and acne scarring effectively and quickly, leaving you with a clear complexion and ready to face the world confidently.
Our fully trained staff will meet with you to discuss your options and develop a personalised treatment plan to help improve the appearance of your scars. This may include the use of Lasers, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, derma rollers, dermal fillers and take home products.
Once the acne has gone, you can be left with pitted 'craters' or discoloration in the form of red or brown marks. There are different ways that we can improve these marks and scars. The treatment plan may be different from one patient to the next.
WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED FOR ACNE SCARS?
All areas of the body can be treated, although most commonly treated areas include:
- Back and Shoulders
HOW DOES ACNE SCARRING REMOVAL WORK?
Our proven method using a combination of different treatments including peels, Laser, microdermabrasion and derma rollers treatments improve the post effects of acne and the scarring that acne can leave behind. All these treatments promote collagen production in the target area and improve the overall texture of the skin. Some even out skin tone and remove discolouration, whereas others literally fill the small holes with product to create a smooth surface. Our treatments involve an advanced form of deep exfoliation, encouraging skin renewal, removing the superficial layers of the skin. Laser and derma roller treatments stimulate the production of fresh, young cells and collagen, promoting new collagen growth, resulting in smooth healthier looking skin.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED TO GET RID OF MY ACNE SCARS?
At your consultation with one of our practitioners will discuss the appropriate treatment plan to suit you and detail the duration of your treatment.
WILL THE TREATMENT HURT?
With Laser, derma roller and peel treatments the patient may experience a heat sensation. Temporary redness and slight swelling may occur immediately after treatment