At Rejuuv we offer a combination of treatments to treat Acne scars. Combining technologies is the key to achieving best results. We carry the best and most advanced technologies that will provide you with the most effective results. We can treat acne, acne scars, keloids (a raised and discoloured scar), and stretch marks with a combination of treatments. One of our highly knowledgeable and experienced team members will provide you with an in depth consultation and create a treatment plan for you to achieve your skin goals.
Treatments can include:
- Fractional Laser
- Scar subcision
- Medical grade skincare created with active ingredients specially formulated for you
- Silk Peel
How much does treatment costs?
Price starts at $250 +
Package pricing available
Different Types of Treatments for Acne scar?
Treatment 1: Fractional Laser removes the top layers of the skin where the scars are formed. As the top layer of the scar peels off, scars appear less noticeable
Heat and light from the laser also encourages new skin cells to grow, targets blood vessels in scar tissue therefore decreases inflammation.
Treatment 2: Radio Frequency with micro needling, radio frequency energy is passed to the deep layers of the skin through micro needles, which rebuilds collagen and elastin, therefore improves the appearance of scars. “80.64% showed improvement by 2 grades and 19.35% showed improvement by 1 grade.”
Scar Subcision breaks up deeply tethered scar bands associated mainly with atrophic/rolling scars.
Treatment 3: TCA CROSS – TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) is a chemical peel used to improve acne scarring by placing minute quantities in the scar using a toothpick. CROSS stands for Chemical Reconstruction of Skin Scars.
The most common use of this procedure is for ice pick and small boxcar scars.The process of causing a controlled chemical burn, allows for the body to heal from the deepest part of the scar towards the skin surface.
This makes the scar smaller in diameter and shallower. Usually a series of 3-6 treatments are needed, with 3-4 weeks between treatments.