Acne Treatment Scar Enhancement


Scars are a natural part of the body’s healing process and form when the dermis (deep, thick layer of skin) is damaged. The body forms new collagen fibers (a naturally occurring protein in the body) to mend the damage, resulting in a scar. Scars form after a wound is completely healed.

There are fundamental types of scars: hypertrophic; they are raised with excessive amounts of collagen which then tend to become flat and keloid scarring, the collagen tends to overgrow in this area however it will not flatten.

The tissue of scars is the same with our skin but it has different architecture. The new scar tissue will have a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue. To correct the altered architecture and to durably bring the skin back to its normal appearance needs a sophisticated type of energy and skills.

So again with the Mc Body machines collagen can be specifically positioned to remove or certainly abate the appearance of scars.

 In different people the wound healing results in different degree of scars. Therefore we should keep in mind that even with our advanced technology the correction benefits may differ from person to person.


The machine: B11 Fractional Radiofrequency 

Fractional radiofrequency, similar to fractional laser, is characterized by production of electric arcs on the edge of a handle in contact with skin. The B11 created, derived from the intensity of the voltage produced by the instrument, until the threshold value at which the oxygen in the air becomes heated O2, forming ozone O3, with production of O-.

This phenomenon is generated on the surface of contact between the hand piece, consisting of a particular material conformable depending on the treatment, coated by an insulating layer and the skin.

The machine B5: Stretch mark Improvement      

B5: Modulated Radiofrequency plus Non-cavitational Ultrasound combined with a new modality fractional laser resurfacing, offers a novel approach to treating striae. Using scattered pulses of light only a fraction of the scar is zapped by the laser over the course of several treatments, this creates microscopic wounds. The body responds to each treatment by producing new collagen and epithelium.