How to fade burn scars
In this blog, we’ll look at how to fade burn scars, through advanced skin rejuvenation treatments. Whilst there is no such thing as a scar removal treatment, there are treatments that can significantly improve the look and feel of scar tissue. These treatments do not involve any tattooing of pigment, it’s all about helping your skin repair and regenerate.
Burn scar tissue is complex to treat, but it is one of the most rewarding treatment that I offer. I have treated many burn scars over the years, ranging from childhood burn scars that 40 years+ old, right through to a minor burn, from those distracted moments when we get something out of the oven! In this blog on ‘how to fade burn scars’, we will look at the latest advanced treatment, to help you achieve your best possible results. These treatments aren’t just for burn scars, they can treat most scar tissue.
Microneedling is an absolute powerhouse of a treatment, and comes in different forms. Radiofrequency microneedling is the powerhouse treatment for burn scars, but if you’d like to learn about different types of microneedling, and what they are good for – then you might find this blog interesting – click HERE to have a read. Whilst microneedling is great for scars, it’s also the best antiaging skin rejuvenation treatment out there (in my opinion).
Below, we will look at how RF microneedling can benefit you, and help to improve your scars.
How to fade burn scars with Radiofrequency microneedling
How to fade burn scars - before and after treatment
This is a perfect example of how to fade burn scars with radiofrequency microneedling.
I am always in awe of my clients that come for treatment, with childhood burns, as they are complex scars and most clients have undergone skin grafts and multiple surgeries.
My lovely client had 5 sessions of radiofrequency microneedling, to achieve this incredible result. The redness around the outside of the scar is from the tape where she pre-numbed her skin before her treatment, which I’ve just noticed, looks like a heart shape!
The results speak for themselves. We may well do some more treatments, as her skin was responding so well. Currently having a little break, so that we can see how it looks in 12 weeks time, after her skin has finished improving – as you still see incremental benefits for 3-6 months after your final treatment.
Are scar improvement results permanent?
In all honesty, this blog probably shouldn’t be called ‘how to fade burn scars’, it should be how ‘how to improve burn scars’.
The results from these treatments can significantly improve the look and feel of your scar tissue. As I always say, there’s no such thing as a scar removal treatment, but there are treatments that can significantly improve the look and feel of your scar tissue.
This wonderful client has actually been wearing lower cut tops and dresses, as a result of these results. I actually had tears in my eyes when she sent me pictures of her wearing low cut outfits on holiday, and gorgeous pictures of a wedding outfit she’d chosen. So amazing to know she now has the confidence to wear whatever she likes.
I would love to be able to help you with your scars. Get in touch if you’d like to find out more.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed my blog on ‘how to fade burn scars’. There are treatments that can help with most scars, not just burns. If you’d like to discuss your skin concerns, or discover how I can help you look and feel fabulous in your own skin, then please get in touch.
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