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Do you remember the time when you finally won your acne battle? Of course, you do, because now you have a scar or two to remind you.

It’s certainly possible to fade or diminish scars, and we just the treatments up our sleeve!

About the Condition

When recovering from an injury, trauma or skin condition, scarring is a natural part of the healing process. If the trauma involves the most superficial layers of the skin (epidermis and superficial dermis), you can heal without scarring. However, if the injury involves the deep dermis, a scar will develop.

Scars can be atrophic (indented), hypertrophic (raised), keloid (raised, red and large), pigmented or a combination of these characteristics.


Scarring naturally follows acne, injuries or surgery. The most common scar type is an indented scar, which is often left by acne on the face, chest or back.

It's time to take your

First Step

A Facial Imaging Skin Assessment is an essential first step in your skin correction journey. That’s why we offer a complimentary skin consultation with your first skin treatment.