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Chemical Peel for Acne Scars

Chemical peel is an effective treatment for acne scars removal. It is good for all types of acne scars, and results in a healthier and smoother appearance.

Acne is one of the most common and at the same time unpleasant skin conditions. And while active breakouts are frustrating enough, the scars acne can leave behind are something even more annoying.

The good news is, acne scars removal is possible.

There are different types of acne scars treatment, and to find the best for you, you must first know what type your acne scars are. Keep in mind that each type responds to treatments differently.

Moreover, your skin tone can also be a factor. For example, darker skin tones need a pretreatment before treatments like microneedling, peels, and lasers.

The best you can do is book a Free Consultation, and get proper advice from a skin treatment specialist. Here at Skin Innovation Clinic, Brentwood, you can have a consultation and skin analysis, before you get the best skin treatment for your skin condition.

Acne Scars

As we already mentioned, there are different types of acne scars, and you must know what type yours are, before you get any treatment.

Atrophic or acne scars

Atrophic acne scars are mostly on the face. They are formed when there isn’t enough collagen, while the skin is healing. Atrophic acne scars can be:

  • Boxcar – Wide, U-shaped scars that can be shallow and deep. The shallower scarce respond great to skin resurfacing treatments, such as microdermabrasion and gentle peels.
  • Ice pick – Narrow and V-shaped scars, which are difficult to treat, as they extend far under the skin surface.
  • Rolling – Wide depressions with an irregular appearance.

Hypertrophic acne scars

They are more common with chest and back acne, and are caused by too much collagen during healing. There are different ways to treat hypertrophic acne scars, and it is important to have a consultation with a specialist before you choose a skin treatment.

Here are some of the most popular acne scars treatments:

Alpha hydroxyl acids – It is good for all types of acne scars, and helps remove the dead skin and prevents clogged pores.

Lactic acid – is Also good for all types of acne scars. It can improve the texture, appearance and pigmentation of the skin.

Dermabrasion – This treatment is most effective for shallow boxcar or rolling scars, but it can also have an effect on deeper scars. It is actually one of the most common and effective scar treatments. Skin care specialists use special tools for deep exfoliation of the top layer of the skin, resulting in a more healthy appearance.

Chemical peels – Chemical peel is another effective and common acne scars treatment. It is good for all types of acne scars and is often used for deep scars.

A chemical peel is a strong acid used to remove the top layer of the skin to reduce the deeper scars.

As there are different types of chemical peels, it is best to have a consultation with a specialist, who would help you choose the best treatment for you.

Why are chemical peels so good for acne scars treatment?

As we already said, chemical peels are one of the most popular acne scars treatments, and there is a reason for that.

Chemical peels are a non-invasive skin treatment, entailing the application of a chemical solution to the surface of the skin. As a result, dead skin cells are removed, and the pores are unclogged, which stimulates the production of new collagen.

Chemical peels is a great treatment for:

  • Acne scars
  • Skin discoloration
  • Dark spots
  • Fine lines
  • Acne breakouts

Chemical peel benefits

  • Smoother texture and tone

Chemical peels remove the top layer of the skin, and allow new healthy skin to present, leading to smoother and better looking skin.

  • Lightening of dark spots

Furthermore, chemical peels are a great way to rejuvenate the skin and maintain a fresh and healthy look.

  • Prevents future breakouts

Chemical peels are not only good for removing acne scars, but it can also help to unclog the pores, and prevent future breakouts.

What does the chemical peel treatment look like?

The first thing to do is have a consultation with a specialist. At Skin Innovation Clinic, Brentwood, you can Book a Free Consultation. We will assess your skin condition, and find the best solution.

If you are a good candidate for chemical peel treatment, you can book an appointment with us.

Before the chemical peel procedure, your skin will be cleansed. We advise our clients not to use exfoliating products for 24 hours before the treatment.

During the treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin. It removes the outermost layer of the skin. It is left for 1 to 5 minutes.

The process encourages the generation of healthy new skin cells. As a result, our clients enjoy a brighter, smoother and much healthier skin.

Chemical Peel for Acne Scars at Skin Innovation Clinic, Brentwood

Here at Skin Innovation Clinic, you can get a Chemical peel for better skin texture and tone. We can help you with different skin issues such as acne, acne scars and even aging.

Depending on your skin concerns, you can get different types of skin peels:

  • Glow peel – For acne treatment, dry and dehydrated skin, aging and hyperpigmentation.
  • Radiant 20/10 – For acne, uneven skin tone, and open pores.
  • Radiant 30 – For dull skin, lines, and wrinkles.

To find the best treatment for you, Book a Free Consultation.

Our specialists will assess your skin and will find the best solution for your skin concerns.

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