Scars come along as a natural part of the healing process of the skin. They can be a result of injuries, acne, trauma, and even stress. When a wound heals, it eventually turns into a scar. Facial scars come in various forms, and since your face is exposed to multiple elements of the environment, your scars become more difficult to heal without a proper scar treatment
The ideal scar treatment involves prompting the skin to release new connective tissues at the dermal layer of the skin. It is this release of new collagen which results in near scar removal. We can use laser scar removal or skincare as effective scar treatment, depending on the type of scarring and your skin tone.
When it comes to repairing scarring we need to be able to firstly stop the inflammation in the skin, then we can focus on trying to break down and replace the scar tissue with new soft healthy connective tissue. If we are able to do this then we can reduce the appearance and size of the scarring.
At You by Sia we use a combination of scar treatments and laser scar removal to break down, regenerate and rebuild the skin, as well as making sure we use our Clinicals cosmeceutical skincare that contains active ingredients to assist with scar removal.
Acne scarring is debilitating and may cause a lot of anxiety. But with the help of acne scar removal treatments, it is now possible to get rid of your fear and unease. Call or go online and book in for a one on one Skin consultation with one of our Skin professionals and start your journey towards beautiful healthy skin.
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Scarring is the result of intense trauma to the skin which inhibits the wound healing process and the release of new collagen and elastin. Scarring generally occurs when the deeper layer of the skin (the dermis) is ‘torn’ or damaged. Scarring can be a result of acne, burns, cuts or surgery
When there is skin trauma, the skin immediately goes into its wound repair response and releases new skin tissue to try and repair the damage as quickly as possible. This doesn't allow for a well rejuvenated connective tissue to form and usually leaves a hard fibrous new skin with irregularities.
Scars form when the dermal (thick) layer of the skin gets damaged and the skin forms new collagen fibers to heal the injury. The new connective tissue has a different texture than the surrounding skin, which takes the form of a scar. Usually, scars are pale and flat, but during excessive collagen production, scars may get raised. No matter what type of scar you have, there is a suitable treatment available at Bondi Junction for every type of scar.
We also know that when the skin is in a state of inflammation, it can NOT produce the right type of connective tissue and generally releases that scar type of tissue instead.