Hyaluronic acid has long been lauded for its hero hydrating effects. In serums, in face masks and in moisturising creams, it's the go-to ingredient for plumping parched pores. But, as more of us look to non-invasive needles to nourish skin from within, it's not just topical HA that's getting praise; injectable hyaluronic acid is gaining in popularity too.
Acne Scar Treatments
Are you dealing with acne scars? These are the marks that are left behind after a breakout has cleared, and they’re typically caused by trauma to the skin (i.e. because a spot has burst or it was – oops – picked at). Acne scarring doesn’t always look the same. Sometimes it appears as dark pigmentation, while other times, if the damage runs deep, it can cause pockets of denting in your complexion.
Depending on the severity of your breakout, you can sometimes be left with a large area of uneven texture that, if you wanted to conceal it, can prove difficult to do. But at Mallucci London, we have acne scar treatments for every kind of mark at every level. These include:
For textured or deep acne scars
The DermaPen triggers a healing response deep down in your skin. It floods pores with essential collagen and nutrients to plump uneven texture, while reducing the appearance of scars.
Fusing microneedling with baby botox, hyaluronic acid and a burst of vitamins, AquaGold rejuvenates skin with a radiant glow and a reduction in visible scarring. Leave the clinic with tighter, smoother, more luminous skin instantly.
For discoloured or red acne scars
The deeply exfoliating HydraFacial deftly whisks away dead skin cells to reveal a brighter, smoother complexion with signs of pigmentation reduced over time.
By gently resurfacing skin, a peel allows healthy new cells to be visible. It sloughs away the dulling dead cells and, in turn, the marks left behind after an acne breakout.
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