Acne – treating the scars

If the underlying cause of your acne has been solved (for more on that see my last post), the next step for many patients is to treat the scars that may be left behind. My recommendations usually include:

Fractional laser – which rejuvenates the skin using a laser which stimulates micro sparks between the surface of the skin and the laser – these sparks create tiny injuries to the skin – which then heal to be rejuvenated skin.

Derma roller – makes micro injuries under the skin which when healed will cause the scars or pits disappear.

Dracula therapy (PRP) – where I take a small sample of your blood, separate it into red blood cells, clear serum and platelets – through a process of centrifugation, add vitamins and amino acids to create a super charged serum, and then injected into you using tiny painless injections. More info on this in my main Dracula therapy page.

If you’re suffering from acne please get in touch. You can comment on this blog post, email me at or tweet me @DrDanielSister, or book a consultation. I look forward to you getting in touch.

About drsister

World renowned expert cosmetic anti-ageing doctor. Specialising in Dracula PRP Therapy, Hormone balancing, Carboxy therapy, Botulinum Toxin, Dermal fillers, Chemical peels.
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  1. Pingback: Adult acne: An update | Dr Daniel Sister

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