ClearSkin Scar Revision

Effective laser treatment for scar revision

ClearSkin is the first technology to combine a non-ablative laser with simultaneous contact cooling and vacuum technology to treat acne, acne vulgaris and acne scarring safely and effectively.

ClearSkin uses laser therapy to create heat in the skin without injuring the surface. The treatment works by gently resurfacing the upper most layers of the skin and stimulating the collagen renewal process within the skin.

The cooled Er.Glass laser addresses all forms of acne vulgaris – including papules, pustules and nodules – whilst also achieving a gentle rejuvenation effect, dramatically improving the appearance of superficial post acne scarring for a smoother, rejuvenated complexion with long lasting results.

ClearSkin Scar Revision has no side effects and can be combined with other complimentary treatment modalities, including Near Infrared, Impact Expert and Derma Pen micro needling to address more severe scarring.

Treatment benefits of ClearSkin Scar Revision:

  • Pain-free
  • Kills P. Acne bacteria within the pores
  • Reduces breakouts
  • Reduces large inflamed spots / cysts
  • Reduces Inflammation within the skin
  • Balances oil secretions
  • Repairs damaged skin tissue
  • Reduces scarring
  • Safe for all skin types

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The ClearSkin Laser treatment for acne is virtually pain-free with no visible side effects.

A cooling mechanism works simultaneously with the vacuum and laser creating only mild warmth and redness within the skin. White heads, black heads, bumpy skin, excess oil, and painful under-surface acne is reduced / cleared with the ClearSkin Laser.

Clear acne, prevent scarring and reclaim your confidence in just 30 minutes!

What our clients say

The ambience was calm and soothing; the décor was excellent, good colour choices. I felt assured that you were confident in your knowledge and techniques.”

Hannah W – 2020

How ClearSkin Scar Revision works:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the ClearSkin Scar Revision Treatment

What is ClearSkin Scar Revision?

ClearSkin Scar Revision is a laser treatment that combines heat and vacuum technology to resurface the skin, dramatically improving the appearance of coarse areas, scars and wrinkles. It has no side effects and achieves a smoother, rejuvenated complexion with lasting results. It can be combined with Near Infrared, Impact Expert and Dermapen to address more severe scarring.

How does ClearSkin Scar Revision work?

ClearSkin Scar Revision uses laser therapy to create heat in the skin without injuring the surface. The vacuum enables the light to target specific areas of damaged skin deep into the dermis, causing thermal damage to the collagen fibres, thus stimulating collagen production whilst leaving the epidermis intact. The integrated cooling system protects the skin by preventing it from becoming too hot, ensuring that discomfort during treatment is minimal. Acne scars are diminished over time by enhanced collagen renewal, and it is particularly suited to scars that have indented the skin.

How many treatments will I need?

Typically, at least eight treatments are required, at two-weekly intervals.

Are there any side effects or is there any downtime?

The suction from the vacuum can be a little uncomfortable, and in some cases can cause mild bruising. The treatment is, however, usually well-tolerated. Skin can feel hot and appear red for a few hours afterwards.

Will the results be seen straight away?

No. Results are progressive and depend on the severity of scarring, but an improvement is usually seen after six to eight treatments.

The ClearSkin Scar Revision Treatment at a glance

Procedure Time: 30-60 mins
Number of Treatments: A minimum of 8 treatments are required, at two-weekly intervals
Back to Work: Immediate estimated
Full Recovery: Immediate estimated
Sensitivity Period: None estimated
Results: Up to 3 months after last treatment
Duration of Results: 12 months
Risks & Complications: Skin can feel mildly warm and appear flushed for a few hours after treatment.