Can 2.0 derma stamp have ruined my skin?
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Acne Scars and Microneedling
Microneedling is a safe treatment procedure that is especially effective if done by capable hands. Aside from the length of the needle, the sanitation of the entire procedure, and the serums used to treat scars, your doctor’s expertise will also come into play. If done properly, it can yield great results in reducing scars as well as rejuvenating the skin.
Typically, the procedure will involve a roller or electrical device with fine needles of appropriate length for your scar situation as well as some topical treatment involving serums to attain great results. Then, your doctor will advise a microneedling treatment series, usually 4 to 6 weeks apart. You will also advise to wait for a few months to experience the full effect of your microneedling treatment procedure.
As for your case, you may want to ask for a second opinion from a board certified doctor to evaluate your situation. Hope I was able to help out!
Micro-needling for acne scars
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