30th May 2012
Dermaroller therapy is one of the most effective ways to decrease and even eradicate the effects of acne and acne scarring.
Acne scars plague many of us, and they can have serious effects on a person’s self-esteem and confidence.
The scars left behind by acne are the visible results of the tissue damage caused by acne; while the skin does heal itself, it rarely manages to return to how it once looked – smooth, clean and fresh.
Dermaroller Micro-Needling Therapy
What Dermaroller th– or micro-needling – therapy can do is promote the skin’s release of collagen. This collagen will encourage the skin to bounce back to its former shape, without the lumps and bumps left behind by acne scarring.
Dermaroller therapy, also called micro-needling therapy, uses over two hundred tiny needles to gently and painlessly puncture the skin of the face. This stimulates the production of collagen within the skin; collagen is produced naturally to keep the skin resilient and flexible, but it degrades as we grow older and our skin becomes damaged over time.
This method of treatment isn’t just effective – it’s also relatively painless and requires no recovery time.
Dermarolling can also be self-administered; it’s possible to buy skin rollers for use at home if you’re impressed by the results after receiving professional treatment. However, the Genuine Dermaroller used by doctors is not the same as those available for home, being of medical grade for professional use.
The positive effects of dermaroller treatment can also be found with other kinds of scarring, including stretch marks. If you’re worried about acne scars, or other kinds of skin damage, get in touch with Quinn Clinics, who offer a vast range of effective treatments including dermaroller therapies.
Call 0117 924 4592 for a consultation appointment at Quinn Clinics, or email email@example.com for further information.