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Chemical peels can improve the skin's appearance. In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin and eventually peels off. The new skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.

A chemical peel is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, neck or hands. A chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.

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Dermaroller

Microneedling with dermaroller is a new treatment modality for the treatment of scars, especially acne scars, stretch marks, wrinkles, and for facial rejuvenation. It is a simple and relatively cheap modality that also can be used for transdermal drug delivery.

The standard dermaroller used for acne scars is a drum-shaped roller studded with 192 fine microneedles in eight rows, 0.5-1.5 mm in length and 0.1 mm in diameter. The microneedles are synthesized by reactive ion etching techniques on silicon or medical-grade stainless steel. The instrument is presterilized by gamma irradiation. Medical dermarollers are for single use only.

Dermapen

Derampen, collagen induction skin therapy. Dermapen treats a wide range of skin conditions including acne scars, wrinkles, stretch marks and fine lines, at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives.

With just a few treatments you'll see a noticeable difference in skin tightening, texture appearance, elasticity, and firmness. In fact, 2 to 3 treatments provide a noticeable difference in your skin while 5 to 6 treatments show dramatic results. Treatments are done about 4 weeks apart for best results.

Dermapen is an advanced skin micro-needling system. The electronically powered multiple needles easily penetrate the skin or scar tissue to enhance and stimulate rejuvenation of the skin, while maintaining epidermal integrity and reducing downtime for the patient. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen increases the speed of the procedure and effectiveness, and provides absorption of medical grade products, with minimal discomfort. This treatment results in an increased production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid which in turn improves your skin's appearance, texture and firmness.

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Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is the technique involves the injection of certain substances, via a very fine needle, underneath the dermal layer of the skin into the subcutaneous fat tissue in the area selected. The combination of substances injected depends on the concoction prepared by the practitioner or 'mesotherapist'. It may contain minute quantities of plant extracts, vitamins, enzymes, nutrients, hormones and medications such as vasodilators, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, beta-receptor agonists and antibiotics.

Two of the more common substances used for the treatment of cellulite and body fat reduction are lecithin and isoproterenol. Lecithin is a compound found in human bile and needed for the digestion of dietary fats, whilst isoproterenol is a lipolytic agent that sets off a chemical reaction in the body to breakdown fat cells.

The injections are used on the face, scalp, neck, chest, décolletage, hands, stretch marks, and localised areas of fat accumulation. Mesotherapy usually requires a series of anywhere between 3–15 treatment sessions, administered at 2-week intervals.

Exactly how mesotherapy reduces fat remains unclear and further research using controlled clinical trials are needed to verify the mechanism of action, efficacy and safety of this technique.

Claims of the benefits of dermal injections of hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, dimethylaminoethanol, procollagen peptide, silicon, minerals, coenzymes, amino acids and multi-vitamins include improved elasticity, collagen synthesis, radiance, circulation, homeostasis, micro-exfoliation, skin thickness, hydration and skin softness.

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PRP for acne scars

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for Acne Scars Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an exciting new method using your own blood to correct pitted acne scars on the skin. You may have heard about this acne scar treatment technique, as it has gained popularity amongst celebrities and beauty insiders. The method of injecting your own blood into the face is new and is showing exciting results for patients looking to correct acne scars and rejuvenate their skin.

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Subcision

Subcision addresses depressed acne scarring. Unlike dermabrasion which treats scars by abrading them away, subcision reduces the appearance of scarring from the underneath the skin's surface. Other methods for treating skin indentations caused by previous acne include dermal fillers however the effects are only temporary.

During the procedure, individual scars will be treated using a tiny, hypodermic needle that will be inserted into the skin. The needle will be moved back and forth in a fanning pattern as the sharp edges of the needle will be used to cut away at the fibrotic scar tissue. These cuts effectively release the tethers of the scar from the underlying tissue. This release elevates the previously depressed skin and will continue to improve as the wound healing cascade will stimulate further collagen production. Providers will be cautious around sensitive areas such as the eyes and mouth to avoid injury of facial nerves and vessels. If many scars need to be treated, treatment will be divided into multiple session.

The goal of subcision is to reduce the appearance of depressed acne scarring.

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