Stretch Marks and scars, from trauma, surgery or acne, can have a huge impact on self-esteem - particularly if they are visible on the face.
We have enormous experience in permanently reducing visible scarring and have a range of available treatment options that can be tailored to your specific scar condition:
- Microdermabrasion: Simple solution for tiny superficial scars.
- Chemical Peels: Effective for shallow scars over a wide area.
- Microneedling: Extremely effective solution for deeper scars that are localised or over a wide area.
- Platelet Rich Plasma: Accelerate skin repair and rejuvenation - best used in combination with microneedling.
- Dermal Fillers: Best solution for isolated, large depressed scars.
Microneedling for scar revision
At your consultation your practitioner will determine whether eDermastamp or INTENSIF treatments are the best suited for your specific scars.
eDermastamp with PRP
Mechanical and chemical resurfacing
Microdermabrasion and chemical peels are a quick and simple way to improve the appearance and texture of your skin whilst tackling superficial or shallow scars.
Microdermabrasion mechanically exfoliates dead skin cells to restore skin vibrancy and can be used to reduce small, superficial scars on your skin's surface without discomfort or downtime. To find out more visit the microdermabrasion treatment page.
Robert discusses his experience in acne scar reduction
Combination treatment plan
Key facts about scar treatments
- You must have a consultation with a medical practitioner prior to booking a treatment which takes 30 mins and costs £25.
- Typically our treatments will create a 50-75% improvement, but we cannot completely remove all aspects of scarring.
- Post treatment and during your course you need to use sun protection to protect your skin from UV damage during its rejuvenation.
- We can cannot treat acne scars whilst your acne is active, but during these periods we can help you manage your active acne and reduce further scarring.
- Some scars include lost pigmentation which we cannot replace, but the smoother skin surface we create does make it much easier to camouflage the discolouration with makeup.