We are looking for people with acne scars on their face (but who no longer have active acne) to attend our clinic on Thursday 23rd November for free microneedling treatment using the SkinPen precision system. Microneedling is a clinically proven treatment to improve the appearance of acne scars on the face through stimulating the skin’s natural ability to repair itself. Microneedling comfortably creates thousands of controlled micro-injuries in the skin to trigger the body’s natural wound healing process. This results int eh formation and remodelling of Collagen which supports the underlying tissue.
We have a training day for our clinicians on Thursday 23rd November at our clinic and we are looking for models to attend Thursday afternoon. In return for participating in our supervised training afternoon and allowing us to use your before and after photos and videos you will receive a free course of microneedling treatment (four session).
If you are available in the afternoon of Thursday 23rd November to attend our clinic in Central London, and you have acne scars on your face, but no longer have active acne, please email a clear photograph of your face through to us at doctor@LSAH.co.uk with your contact details. One of our team will contact you to see if you would be suitable for treatment and for attending our microneedling training day.
Microneedling is clinically proven to deliver excellent results in improving acne scars.
Please note that suitable models will need to:
- Discontinue use of retinoids 3 days prior and post procedure
- 7 days Pre or post avoid other regenerative or invasive treatments such as Peels, Laser, IPL, Resurfacing, RF, Filler, Botox etc
- Not have active breakouts or open lesions
- Have discontinued oral Ro-Acutane/ isotretinoin use at least six months prior
- Skin type I-III. Skin type IV-VI may find pigmentation darkening prior to lightening
- Not have any Infection or inflammation
Contra-indications for the treatment (so the following people would not be suitable)
- Active acne or rosacea
- Allergies to stainless steel
- Cardiac abnormalities
- Eczema or psoriasis
- Immunosuppressive therapy
- Pregnant or breast-feeding
- Raised moles in the area
- On anticoagulant medication
- History of keloid scars
- History of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation