I was recently at conference in Melbourne where acne scarring was the focus in a couple of the presentations. Upon my return I read an article in the online version of the Dermatology Terms with input from Greg Goodman, M.D., of The Dermatology Institute of Victoria in Australia.
You can read the full article HERE.
The article focuses on the rapid improvement in treatments for acne scarring, utilising techniques that you may not always have considered such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Fillers and Botox. We perform all the procedures mentioned in the article, including the most effective, Fractora – Fractional Resurfacing PLUS.
Acne occurs when the pores of your skin become clogged, most often on the face, neck, back, and chest, it can be triggered or worsened by;
- Some medications
You can help minimise acne scarring by having a good skincare routine in place. We recommend the Teen Aspect Kit, stocked in clinic, as the ideal start to clean, clear skin.
The kit contains:
- Teen Aspect Cleanser
- Teen Aspect Toner
- Teen Aspect Facial Lotion
- Teen Aspect Stop Spot Travel Stick