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Microneedling, Chemical Peel, Or Aqua Peel For Acne Scars?

Dealing with the aftermath of acne, particularly the stubborn scars it leaves behind, can be a daunting task. While over-the-counter remedies often fall short, advancements in skincare offer hope in the form of treatments like chemical peels and microneedling. Let's discover which one is the right one for you and why would you choose one over the other.

First, let's clarify what a chemical peel is.

A chemical peel involves the application of chemical solutions to the skin, triggering the exfoliation of the top layer. This process allows new, smoother skin to emerge. With three types—superficial, medium-level, and deep—chemical peels offer varying results based on individual needs.

- Superficial Peels: Employing milder acids, these address mild discoloration issues effectively.
- Medium-level Peels: Penetrating deeper into skin layers, these target imperfections such as age spots and wrinkles.
- Deep Chemical Peels: Reaching far into the middle layers, these deliver more dramatic results by removing damaged skin cells.

Moreover, Microneedling is a non-surgical procedure, that uses tiny needles to create micro-punctures in the skin, stimulating collagen production. Collagen, essential for youthful and smooth skin, declines with age, and acne scars contribute to this reduction.

This procedure is safe for all skin types, microneedling addresses various imperfections, including wrinkles and sun spots. It is generally pain-free because we apply a numb cream before the treatment, with most patients experiencing significant improvements.
However, microneedling isn't a one-time solution. Multiple sessions are usually required, with Waseem tailoring the treatment plan based on individual needs.

Last but not least, it is Aqua Peel, also known as hydra dermabrasion, introduces a refreshing twist to the skincare equation. This non-invasive facial treatment combines exfoliation, cleansing, and hydration. Using a vacuum suction device and a water-based solution, Aqua Peel removes dead skin cells, clears pores, and infuses hydrating serums. The result is improved skin texture, reduced fine lines, and enhanced hydration.

How to choose the right approach for you?

Chemical Peels: Ideal for superficial imperfections, they enhance skin tone and texture, particularly effective for milder scars and discoloration.
Microneedling: Penetrating deeper, it is the solution for stubborn imperfections, promoting collagen production and fostering natural healing.
Aqua Peel: A non-invasive facial treatment addressing exfoliation, cleansing, and hydration. It complements other treatments by offering improved skin texture and hydration.

The Winning Combination

Many individuals find that a combination of microneedling, chemical peels, and Aqua Peel delivers comprehensive results. Microneedling addresses deeper layers, promoting healing in scarred areas, while chemical peels enhance superficial imperfections. Aqua Peel contributes to an overall refreshed and hydrated complexion.

However, there's no one-size-fits-all solution. Personalized advice from skincare professionals like our Certified Aestheticians is crucial to determine the best approach.

The battle against acne scars requires a strategic approach, and with over 9 years of experience, at Yaletown Wellness we can guide you toward the skincare solution that aligns with your unique needs, bringing you one step closer to clear and radiant skin.

If you want to start this journey, book your appointment by Clicking the button below

  We Also Have Packages!

We have Combo Packages of Microneedling + Aqua Peel where you can save money buying both at the same time, but you have to have at least 1 month of time break in between the Microneedling and the Peel.
After your Microneedling session, the aesthetician or acupuncturist will let you know if you are a candidate to have the Aqua Peeling done.

For more info about our Peelings, Microneedling or general inquiries
call us at ☎️ (604) 633 0998
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