How can I improve acne scars?

How can I improve acne scars?

Are you wondering how you can improve acne scars because you don’t like how they make your face look? You don’t have to live with those scars forever.  There are treatments out there that can reduce those irritating blemishes, and give you the smoother, clearer skin you desire.

What causes acne scars?

Acne scars develop as a result of the inflammation from a pimple or lesion.  When pimples and lesions occur they cause the pore to swell, and rupture the follicle wall.  During the wound repair process the body increases the production of collagen and it often forms unevenly, creating an indented or raised acne scar. 

How Can I improve acne scars?

Laser treatment, particularly fractional laser resurfacing, has proven to be very effective for acne scars.  Fractional lasers work by emitting a laser beam that is divided into thousands of microscopic beams, which penetrate down to the dermis.     These lasers target only a fraction of the skin at a time, so the treated areas are surrounded by untreated tissue that helps to speed up healing.  

The Halo hybrid fractional laser by Sciton is a state-of-the-art resurfacing treatment that treats acne scars, as well as a range of skin issues.

How the Halo laser improves acne scars

The Halo laser combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to create a powerful skin resurfacing solution.  The non-ablative wavelength penetrates deep into the skin and stimulates collagen, resulting in healthier skin.  The ablative wavelength removes damaged skin from the surface, to reveal new, fresher skin that glows.

Would you like to learn more about Halo laser treatments?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Washington, D.C. area, Capital Laser & Skin Care, Chevy Chase, MD is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.capitalskinlaser.com, or by calling (301) 234-7669.

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