NanoFusion (Micro-channeling): The Best Treatment for Acne Scars
Acne affects approximately 80% of people between the ages of 11 and 30. One out of five within that 80% will develop acne scarring. Nearly 90% of teenagers alone experience acne, and a majority of them have the scars to prove it. The good news is that not all acne scars are permanent! There are several treatments for acne scars available to lighten or remove scarring completely. One of them is the NanoFusion pen, which can help boost collagen so skin can naturally begin healing these ghosts of acne past.
Acne Scarring at a Glance
Acne blemishes and breakouts can cause inflammation, leaving behind acne scars. This is because the acne swells and breaks down the walls of the affected pores. Scars can be small and shallow, or impact surrounding tissue, indenting the surface deeper. Your skin begins forming new collagen fibers to heal the scarring, but sometimes it can get overzealous in its efforts, causing the scars to puff up and raise higher on the skin.
Types of Acne Scarring
Depressed, or atrophic scarring, can come in a variety of shapes, sizes and locations, and usually develops when not enough collagen has been produced to heal the inflamed skin. Ice pick scars, which are wide scars narrowing to shallow points across the forehead and upper cheeks, can be difficult – but not impossible – to treat. Rolling scars are sloping indentations on lower cheeks and jaw lines that can break up your skin’s evenness. Boxcars have sharp edges, and go deep into the skin, usually around the cheeks, jaw, and chin.
These depressed scars differ from keloid scars, also known as hypertrophic scarring. These are the “puffier” scars mentioned above. In cases of keloid scars, the afflicted area has produced collagen too aggressively, causing the scar to rise. These will typically appear around the chest, shoulders, back, and into the jaw or upper cheeks.
This is where acne scar treatments mean everything. Acne scars treatment does not simply revolve around aesthetics, it also boils down to alleviating or eliminating itchy, aching, or painful symptoms associated with scarring.
There have been new and innovative developments in treating acne scarring. When working with an esthetician, dermatologist, or both, it is important to make sure you pick the safest treatment option that fits your circumstance. The next time you visit your skin care specialist, the NanoFusion pen is definitely worth bringing up. The NanoFusion pen offers a multi-patented treatment modality that combines safe micro-channeling to penetrate and massage skin. Instead of applying aggressive treatment to already sensitive scar tissue, the pen’s non-invasive nano-insertions help skin begin the organic process of restabilizing itself. They can invigorate or balance collagen growth, depending on the type of scarring being treated.
Combining the NanoFusion pen’s 10-20 minute massage routine with a gentle serum, such as Skin Moderne’s Clarifi serum, can also deliver vital nutrients or vitamins – which your skin can use for an extra boost of nutrition and fortification. Always talk to your skin treatment professional before pursuing treatment so you can improve efficacy and start relieving your acne scar symptoms.
Whatever the case may be, there is never a bad time or reason to start your treatment plan. Skin care professionals and doctors know how important your skin is! Our skin may be an effective armor against the elements, but it is a sensitive one, as well. That means the same way our skin takes care of us, we should take care of it.You can learn more about the NanoFusion pen through Skin Moderne, as well as several treatments, serums, and options to keep your skin happy and healthy.