Acne can occur at any age, in people of all skin types and tones. Some acne heals on its own, while other, more severe forms can lead to permanent acne scarring which can be hard to conceal with makeup.
The procedure involves depositing small amounts of TCA at high concentration (70–100%) onto the surface of the atrophic scar. This causes a local inflammatory reaction leading to the formation of new collagen. The aim is to improve the appearance of the scar by increasing collagen and reducing shadows cast over scar depressions.
TCA breaks down scar tissue, stimulating new collagen to fill in the acne scar instantly.
- Box/Atrophic/Ice Pick Scars
- Enlarged pores
Results (varies by patient)*:
- Smooths contour and evens tone of skin
- Reduces or removes scar damage
No pain or downtime.
The average treatment is over $700 which means as a certified aesthetician providing this service, you can expect to make well over $150K annually.