While most acne scars can improve on their own over time, some acne scars may be permanent if no treatment measures, such as microneedling, are taken. If you are wondering if microneedling helps acne scars, make sure to consult with a professional from Bottle Service. One of our experts will be able to help you determine if microneedling is a good option for your unique circumstances.
Learn more about what microneedling is.
How Microneedling Helps Remove Acne Scars
Microneedling tools are made up of a bunch of tiny needles that are specifically designed to puncture the skin and create small wounds in order to encourage the skin to heal itself by producing more collagen which, in turn, can help smooth out scars, fine lines, and wrinkles; however, microneedling tends to work best for depressed acne scars. In some cases, it may also be recommended to combine microneedling treatments with vitamin C or PRP therapy to help maximize the results. The team from Bottle Service will do a comprehensive skin assessment prior to the treatment and will recommend the best pharmaceutical grade skincare to aid in promoting a healthy healing process in order to help you obtain optimal treatment results after microneedling.
Unlike other kinds of corrective skin treatments like laser therapy, microneedling is considered to be a safe treatment option for people with darker skin tones, as it will not damage or remove the outer layer of skin. Microneedling is also a safe treatment option for people with thin or sensitive skin.
What to Expect After Your Microneedling Treatment?
Minor side effects, such as redness, bruising, and inflammation, can occur after receiving microneedling but should subside after a few days. Also, during the first few days after your treatment, you should avoid direct sunlight, participating in rigorous exercise, and using exfoliants on alcohol-based skin products to help reduce the risk of making any side effects worse. Acne breakouts may also occur after receiving microneedling but these should be mild and will clear up on their own.
Since microneedling is considered to be a quick treatment option, most people tend to go back to work the day after the procedure, depending on the severity of their side effects. In order to help minimize the risk of side effects, make sure to talk to a professional about how to best prepare for the procedure.
If you would like to learn more about microneedling and how it helps acne scars, or if you are interested in our microneedling services, please contact Bottle Service at 403-488-3990 or by filling out a contact form on our website. Our team members would love to help you find the best treatment and regiment options for minimizing the appearance of acne scars for your unique skin type.