How to treat acne scarring
While there are plenty of treatments that can treat acne scars, one technology has taken the world by storm by having achieved great success when treating scarring on all skin types.
Microneedling in combination with radiofrequency (RF) is a non-surgical skin-rejuvenation procedure used all across the globe.
The pairing of these two techniques not only improves the appearance of scarring but helps to lift, firm and tighten the skin, reduce wrinkles, shrink pores and minimise blemishes.
In addition, the treatment offers patients a significant improvement in skin texture and tone with little to no downtime.
The Focus Dual for acne scarring
Above: acne scarring, before and after 2 x RF microneedling treatments with Lynton Focus Dual. Image courtesy of The Little Laser Clinic
The Focus Dual radiofrequency (RF) fractional microneedling device is a game-changer in the aesthetics industry. It combats deep acne scarring and rejuvenates the skin.
Radiofrequency (RF) microneedling combines the benefits of microneedling and radiofrequency in one powerful treatment.
Microneedling has been successfully used as a treatment for scars for several years. It involves creating micro-punctures in the skin, which help to break down old scar tissue and stimulate new collagen and elastin.
As a result, collagen production increases, plumping the skin as well as smoothing and tightening its surface. This leads to a more even texture, fewer lumps and bumps, and a reduction in pore size.
By using ultra-fine, medical-grade needles, the Focus Dual makes it possible to accurately deliver the exact amount of radiofrequency to the required depths of the skin. This Radiofrequency heats the underlying layers, stimulating collagen production and tightening the skin for exceptional results.
Focus Dual radiofrequency microneedling technology in action
Fractional radiofrequency microneedling achieves better results than other popular acne treatments, specifically targeting and treating both the epidermis and the dermis. But what precisely is it that makes the Focus Dual so unique and the best treatment for acne scarring?
Focus Dual uses superfine microneedles (only 0.16mm in diameter) and creates safer treatment conditions with less bleeding and discomfort versus other devices. The benefits include:
- 10 or 25-pin microneedle tips for large and small areas
- Fractional spacing for no energy overlap
- Varying needle depths from 0.5 to 3.5mm allow energy to be placed in both the superficial and deep dermis for better results
- Needle depth is easily adjusted on the touchscreen to suit different skin concerns
Additionally, with the application of vacuum suction technology, you can send radiofrequency energy deep into the dermis to cause a thermal effect.
This triggers an instant contraction in the fibrous septa and dermis, which boosts collagen and elastin production, with continuous results seen over the following three to six months.
This fine penetration depth control function, via vacuum-based absorption, can be customised to fit a variety of skin conditions.
Vacuum suction technology allows you to pull up the treatment area to stabilise the microneedles for safer and more precise treatments – especially useful around the delicate eye area.
Exclusive Focus Dual launch programme
Get in touch to find out more about the Focus Dual and an exclusive launch programme designed to maximise your return on investment and bring you success.
Kay Brown, clinic lead at Fiji Skin Clinic, Birmingham, said, “Using the step-by-step marketing strategy from Lynton, we have gathered so much interest from clients for our new Focus Dual. We have already confirmed bookings, and we haven’t even launched the device yet.
“The support has been so unique, and we have never purchased a system where everything we need has been laid out in front of us like this. We’ve used the supplied resources to complete our web pages easily, write blogs, and make social media posts about the device. The whole process is just so easy.”
This is a sponsored feature in association with Lynton.