Scars Are Not Permanent! We've over 6 different methods for Scar Revision.
Get ready to love looking in the mirror again! To see and touch your smoother, healthier and happier face! Unfair as it may be, severe cystic acne during the teen years may leave some individuals with deeply scarred skin, but living with acne scars is not the only option.
Acne scars appear when your skin is unable to rejuvenate itself after an acne lesion goes away. The inflammation associated with the lesion can damage skin tissue causing it to collapse and leave a scar.
At L'AMI Skincare, our multiple-modality approach is what makes us capable of delivering the results you’re seeking. It’s all about our delicate, gradual and above all artful remodeling of the scar to blend with the rest of your skin.
Scars are all very different and complicated to treat requiring customized protocols for each individual acne scar according to each client’s specific needs.
BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS OF OUR CLIENTS
SCARS REVISION- INFUSION THERAPY™ (ICE-PICKS SCARS REMOVAL)
People who have acne scarring such as, ice-pick and box car scarring may suffer a great deal of psychological stress as the condition can affect confidence and self-esteem. L'AMI Skincare specializes in acne scar removal. Thanks to our innovative approach, treating acne scars at L'AMI Skincare is safe, there is no pain and nonsurgical.
Our comprehensive treatment packages includes many different types of skin infusion specific for reducing scar tissue, remodeling scarred collagen into smooth flexible collagen, stimulating the growth of new healthy collagen, and resurfacing skin that has been damaged by cysts, and color blending so that your skin returns as closely as possible to what it was before the cystic acne took its toll.
Our Scars Revision-Infusion Therapy™ is designed to treat acne scars and it's suitable for all skin types, including dark skin (type V). We know what a huge difference being proud of your appearance can make. Let us help you achieve the glowing, confidence-buildingcomplexion you yearn for.
Add-on: Photon LED Therapy (15 min $40)
Enhacemnents: ***Micro-needling, Microdermabrasion, Skin Peels & RF (Radio Frequency) Pre-Treatment/Post-Treatment Recommendation.
Start & follow up with your Scars Revision-Infusion Therapy™ with Skin Peels, Microdermabrasion & RF Treatment for even better, faster results!
**Consultation is recommended for all acne scars revision. This procedure may be treat by each spot or an area. Please contact for quote
More Choices for Treating Acne Scars
L'AMI's Scar Revision Method of acne scar revision takes the process of acne scar revision above and beyond any other methods- it is a combination of scar treatments based upon your acne scar type, and skin type. We combine the very best methods, whether it be Scar Infusion Therapy, Radiofrequency, Skin Peels, Skin Pen and Microdermabrasion methods to achieve the end goal. At L'AMI Skincare your choices are not limited to a single type of solution.
If you’ve had cystic acne and suffer from depressed scars that give the skin a crater-like or orange-peel appearance, there are ways to improve your skin. Scars are a result of collagen and epidermal damage and do not go away without the right treatment. Frequently acne scars also retain a red appearance that causes them to be even more noticeable.
Customizing to your needs and your skin
So many variables play into the final choices, that successful outcomes demand a wide selection of options. Each individual has specific needs when it comes to scar treatments.
What must be considered:
Depth of the scars
Amount of tissue loss
Scar profile (wide, icepick, etc.)
Location of the scarring
Why is this our client’s favorite procedure for acne scar revision?
This is our client’s favorite treatment for acne scar revision. Why? Because it works well, and it is predictable in the results it delivers. The deeper the scar, the better it works. Clients can see results with just 1-2 treatments. However, most clients will benefit from 3-5 treatments. The procedure is also relaxing, painless, and well tolerated. In Specialist’s hands-it just works!
Can darker skin types be treated with the Scar Infusion Therapy?
Yes. All skin types can be safely treated with Scar Infusion Therapy. However in darker skin types, such as Asian, Middle Eastern or Latino skin the risk of post treatment darkening will increase. This means, treated areas maybe darker than the surrounding skin for weeks to months. The use of sunscreen and a bleaching cream can reduce this incidence. Your Specialist will discuss this with you after examining your skin type. Treating darker skin types requires a modified method of Scar Infusion, to reduce the chances of side effect, the flip side is that darker skin clients will require an extra one or two more treatments to achieve optimal results.
How many treatments will it take to treat acne scars?
The optimal number of treatments will depend on the type of scarring, the severity of your acne scars, but importantly your downtime and skin type. Most clients will exhibit a variety of acne scars, and hence several types of treatments will be necessary to obtain best results.
An assessment made by your Specialist will give you an idea of the number of treatments needed, the down time and costs involved.
Our Doctor and Specialist offer over 5 different methods in Scars and Large Pores revision. Clients can choose to receive Scar Infusion Therapy alone or combine treatments to get better, faster and more effective results.'
Ice pick scarring 2-3 Scar Infusion Therapy + 2-4 Microneedling + 1-2 RF Treatment + 2-5 Microdermabrasion and/or 1-2 Skin Peels
Mix-scarring 4-6 Scar Infusion Therapy +4-6 Microneedling + 2-3 RF Treatment + 1-2 Skin Peels + 3-5 Microdermabrasion
*Note, acne scarring is highly variable, and the above is only a guide as to the number of treatments required. All Scar Revision Treatments are tailored towards your skin and scar type. The majority of clients will have a combination of acne scars, including ice-pick, box car, rolling, and tethered scars.
How much acne scar improvement will I get from the Scar Revision-Infusion Therapy?
Scar improvement is highly variable. Depending on your scar type, skin type and the methods used, the percentages vary between 40-80%. Some clients respond better to scar revision and microneedling treatments compared to others.
Our Specialists will give you an accurate assessment and time line in regards to your acne scars.
For example -
Fair skin clients with predominantly ice-pick scars and box-car scars can improve 60-85% with Scar Infusion Therapy, followed by RF Treatment
Asian and dark skin clients with scars can expect to improve between 50-75% with methods such as Scar Infusion, combined with RF treatment
Rolling, and atrophic scars in darker skin clients are harder to treat. Expect only a 30-50% improvement after several sessions of Scar Infusion Therapy and RF Treatment
Is there pain associated with the treatments?
There is NO PAIN in our Scar Revision Treatment. All procedures are non-invasive, non-surgical. Very minor discomfort may occur during the treatment in the form of burning or a stinging sensation, and varies from individual to individual.
What can I expect after the treatment?
After the procedure the area may be red or swollen (very rare), as if mildly sunburned. Your specialist will provide a complete after-care instructions and apply topical cream to soothe the skin.
The Results To Expect
Most scars cannot be completely removed, only improved, and these improvements can take months. The scar revision clients must be willing to accept this long-term commitment and patience. Scars doesn't happen over night so please don't expect an instant result. Once scar treatment has begun, client may require multiple steps, including scars infushion, microneddling, RF treatment for acne scars, dermabrasion, skin peels and other touch-up procedures.
What is the cost of acne scar treatment?
Cost for Acne Scar Revision will depend on the number of treatments you will require and how complex these procedures are. Some clients may only need 2-4 treatments, whilst others may require more than 4-6 treatments (per procedure)
*Note-It is hard to give an accurate estimation without a through assessment. Costing for the program is reflective upon the complexity of the procedures.