Microneedling for Acne Scars

Although Microneedling has been around since the 1940’s, it has recently experienced resurgence in popularity – let’s explore the benefits of microneedling for acne scars.

Terms used to describe acne scars are: box scar, ice pick and rolling scars.

Skin Health Hub Skin Conditions Microneedling For Acne ScarsAcne scarring occurs because depressions or pits in the skin have formed abnormally from the inflamed acne spot.

Micro needling technology uses either a mechanical device that incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel, which is used to roll over the surface of the skin in a patterned formation or a mechanical pen-like motorized devise which punctures and stamps the skin by needles moving in and out at a very fast rate of 1000 punctures per second.

Microneedling is highly effective repairing abnormal healing as the micro needles penetrate from between 0.25mm -2.5mm below the skins surface. This creates microscopic channels deep into the dermis of the skin. Micro injury targets the area where the dermal inflammation has occurred and breaks-up fibrous tissue to fill-in where there has been a loss at the site of the acne lesion.

In our article How To Remove Back Acne Scars we described eight of the latest treatment methods for treating acne scars: Dermabrasion, Laser Skin Resurfacing, Acne Chemical Peels, Acne Scar Surgery, Collagen Injections, Fat Transfer and Microdermabrasion.

We discovered that most of these treatment methods involved the removal of layers of skin to allow healthier skin cells to surface faster. Several treatments caused coagulation of tissue and the fast-tracking of collagen and elastin production to quickly move through the dermal layers to the epidermis which in turn plumps-out skin where indentations from scars have occurred thereby revealing smoother skin at the surface.

Like wrinkles, most acne scars are visible because they are lower or deeper than surrounding skin. Microneedling will even out the complexion and improve the appearance of scars.

One of the main benefits is that skin tightens and improves long after the treatment itself. Micro needling promotes inner healing of the dermis to tighten and smooth the skin as collagen begins to lay down in a more regular manner through the layers of the skin to the upper layers where smoother more regular.

Many men and women with acne scarring are enjoying the benefits of significant reduction of scar depth even after a single treatment and although results vary from person to person and it is likely that you’ll have to undergo several treatments to get the appearance that you are looking for.

The team at SkinHealthShop have a solution and provide two options of Micro needling home hand held devices that are FDA cleared and safe enough for you to conduct your own treatments in the privacy of your own home.

You can choose from: Scientia Derma Roller – a light-weight hand held skin roller with 192 surgical steel micro-needles which part the pores of the top layer of the skin without causing skin damage. Note: Different rollers are required with different needle lengths to be able to treat a wide range of conditions.

Or

Scientia Derma Stamp – a light-weight hand held needling devise with adjustable needle dial for a multi-purpose use. Derma Stamp is the home hand held needling devise equivalent to the Professional only use – Derma Pen.

So now you can repair your acne scarred or surgery scarred skin when you purchase your own home microneedling for acne scars device and restore your skin so that it becomes more elastic, thicker, tighter, smooth and acne scar free.

Visit: http://skinhealthshop.com/products/skin-health/dermaroller/

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