Acne Scars Treatment
Break out of Acne lesions are upsetting. they may also cause scars on the face and other body parts. Scars form as the body attempts to heal acne. The way each person's body reacts to a wound influences whether or not they will scar. Collagen is a protein that is created throughout the healing process. When there is too much collagen in the skin, raised scars appear. Other types of acne scarring are produced by tissue loss, which results in pits or indentations in the skin.
By encouraging new collagen formation, radiofrequency micro-needling helps to tone down scars. Microneedling is a technique that involves creating micro-wounds, or channels, in the skin using a bunch of small needles. Capillaries, elastin, and collagen are all produced as a result of this.
Radiofrequency microneedling is a method that utilizes radiofrequency radiation as well as microneedling. The needle causes extra harm by releasing radiofrequency at the end of the channels. This improves the results of traditional micro-needling. The regenerated skin is thicker and smoother. Profound Device and Feactura Device are two examples of the RF Micro-needling devices used at Face Beautiful.
What happens during the RF micro-needling session?
While each patient's skin is different, Fractura RF Microneedle therapy usually requires a series of 3 treatments spaced four weeks apart to achieve the best results. Each treatment lasts 15–30 minutes of active energy delivery, with benefits appearing over the course of many months. The operation is usually well tolerated, with little pain and short downtime. Profound RF Microneedle therapy needs only one session to be effective. Except for sunscreens, no specific post-treatment is required. Redness and swelling in the treatment region are the most typical adverse effects, which usually go away within a few days. All skin tones can benefit from RF-Needling devices and Additionally, inflammatory hyperpigmentation is uncommon.
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