How to Get Rid of Acne Scars

Many of you reach out with beauty tips and questions. One that I get all the time is, How do I get rid of acne scars? Many don’t even know that is a possibility, but it is with a combo treatment of the Venus VIva laser and chemical peel series. Together these will resurface the skin and reduce pigmentation issues and scaring.

The Venus Viva™ is a highly customizable skin resurfacing service that delivers exceptional results with very little downtime. This laser is powered by NanoFractional Radio Frequency (RF) technology, which is a fractional radio frequency system that allows the technician to have control of ablation and resurfacing.

A Beautiful You Medical Spa recommends three to four treatments, performed at four to six weeks apart. The number of treatments you will need will vary depending on your condition and can be assessed during a consultation with your med spa.

Venus Viva treatments can be slightly uncomfortable, but should not be painful. Many ladies who have had this service describe it as an intense heat, similar to the feeling of sunburn. They also report that the treated area will look red right after the treatment. You can use topical numbing cream to reduce any discomfort.

After your Venus Viva treatment, significant swelling of the treated area may occur and will be maximal at 24-48 hours. Also, it is not uncommon for patients to experience swelling in the undereye area for the first 1 to 2 days, but this swelling will subside.

With laser treatment, you can mix in medical grade chemical peels to get the job done much quicker but I would consult with your medical spa on the treatment that best suits you!

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I am an entrepreneur, author, and mom of 3 from Memphis, Tennessee. I fill my days pursuing the dream of being my own boss as a full time influencer and sensory marketing specialist while spending my evenings playing superheros, helping with homework, making dinner, and tucking in my littles.

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