Combination of Microneedling, PRP and Chemical Peeling for Atrophic Acne Scars 2019

Microneedling is a process where a medical aesthetician uses a microneedling pen to prick the skin and stimulate new collagen production. Microneedling Skin Treatment is primarily used to minimize the signs of aging and acne scars. Micro-needling skin treatment is also known as collagen induction therapy. For the best treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars, a combination of micro-needling and glycolic acid peels or PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) are used. This is the cost-efficient and most effective way of for the treatment of the atrophic acne scars.

When a needle penetrates into the skin, some localized damage occurs in the form of bleeding as fine blood vessels are ruptured. The needle also breaks the old collagen strands on the uppermost layer of the dermis which tethers acne scars and wrinkles.

Microneedling With PRP

If microneedling is done with PRP, which is Platelet-rich plasma, this process becomes Microneedling with PRP and can create more tightness in the skin and speed up the healing process.

PRP is a solution of plasma containing 4-7 times the baseline concentration of human platelets. It is obtained from human blood itself. To get the best results, glycolic acid Chemical Peel is also added to the process for selected skin types.

Microneedling NYC keeps the epidermis intact while PRP gives the synergy effect to the process. Glycolic acid helps to reduce the post inflammatory hyperpigmentation risk.

These treatments should not be used if the skin has facial eczema or rosacea or has undergone skin radiation in the last 12 months. The selection among both of the combination of microneedling is done as per the safety and convenience of the patient.

The facial erythema and edema of the patients removed two days after the treatment process is done and patients can notice the improvement in acne scar appearance after the three months of any of the combination of microneeding process

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