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Areas of interest: Acne Scarring(Universal)

Nearly everyone experiences acne troubles at some point in their lives, but the constant reminders left behind by scars can stay with us much longer than the acne itself. Acne scarring can contribute to uneven skin tone and a rough skin texture, detracting from your overall facial appearance. Skin Raleigh offers a wide variety of treatment options to minimize the appearance of acne scars and help you see a smoother, healthier glow. !body_area=3

Chemical Peels

Written on January 6, 2016 at 8:35 am

Chemical peels can improve the appearance of acne scars by gently sloughing off the surface layer of skin, revealing the more even complexion and skin tone underneath. To effectively treat acne scars, a series of chemical peels may provide the best results.


Clear + Brilliant

Written on January 6, 2016 at 8:34 am

The Clear + Brilliant nonablative laser can provide a gentle resurfacing treatment without the downtime associated with other laser resurfacing options. By refining the texture and tone of the skin, Clear + Brilliant treatments can correct pigment issues, improve depressed acne scars and minimize the appearance of pores for a brighter complexion.


SkinPen® Microneedling

Written on January 6, 2016 at 8:34 am

Microneedling with SkinPen® stimulates your skin’s natural healing process by causing temporary cellular inflammation. As the skin heals from your treatment, the production of collagen and elastin promote a youthful plumpness that minimizes the appearance of acne scars.


Injectable Fillers

Written on January 6, 2016 at 8:33 am

The most common types of acne scars that can be treated with injectable dermal fillers are boxcar scars, which have angled, well-defined edges, and rolling scars, which create wide, shallow indentations. The appearance of icepick scars, characterized by narrow pits in the skin, can also be improved with injectable fillers. Injectable fillers can diminish the … Continue reading Injectable Fillers


Fraxel® Laser Resurfacing

Written on January 6, 2016 at 8:33 am

Even after acne blemishes have long since cleared up, the evidence of a troubled complexion can remain behind for months or years. If you have acne scars or hyperpigmentation and you no longer suffer from any active breakouts, Fraxel® can help restore a more even skin tone and texture.


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