PRP Treatment for the Skin
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP for short, is a component of your own blood that is responsible for healing. PRP skin treatment begins with blood collection and is followed by centrifugation. Following that, the PRP is injected into the scars with an eyelash-shaped needle. When this is done, the healing factors in your blood will repair the scarring damage. In most cases, I combine platelet-rich plasma with dermarolling, subcision, and laser resurfacing.
Microneedling RF, often known as MNRF, is an energy-using device. Although it seems to be a laser, it operates on radiofrequency waves rather than light beams. After the microneedles have effectively entered the skin, a rush of radiofrequency (RF) radiation is delivered. As a result, the treatment may now be used on deeper scars. Microneedling RF is extremely successful in healing adult acne scars because to its ability to generate skin stiffness.
Skin Resurfacing Using a Laser
When undergoing laser therapy, a carbon dioxide CO2 fractional laser, a Fraxel laser, or an Erbium Glass laser can be used to cure acne scars. This method of collagen production is more successful in those with lighter skin. You will need at least four sessions spaced six weeks apart. Proper skin care therapy in the form of sunscreen and moisturiser is required for the laser acne scar removal process to be successful.