Wave goodbye to acne scarring with this wonder product

Have you ever heard of a Pyrrhic victory? The term dates back to ancient Greece, and by definition is ‘a victory that inflicts such devastating toll the victor that it is tantamount to defeat’. So basically, a victory that takes such a heavy toll on the victor, it negates any true sense of achievement. I sometimes think of being victorious over acne in this way, as often the battle can leave detrimental effects on the skin, even long after the war is won. 

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A reminder of bad skin days gone by, discolouration and scarring are extremely common after an often extensive battle with acne, and can be equally as formidable as their predecessors. Until now, the only answer has been invasive treatments such as lasers, fillers, and sometimes surgery. But that’s all about to change - thanks to Murad’s latest innovation; InvisiScar Resurfacing Treatment. 

 

Here to improve skin positivity for every skin type and tone, this revolutionary treatment works to minimise the look of post-acne scar size, depth and discolouration in only eight weeks! Harnessing the powerful properties of BHA exfoliants, purified Centella Asiatica and vitamin C, the solution encourages a healthier-looking complexion, instantly filling and blurring the skin to reduce the look of scars and dark spots. 

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The latest weapon in our acne-scar arsenal, this treatment delivers results that will get you on your journey from a Pyrrhic victory to a victory in no time. And if you’re looking for a more multi-facilitated approach, peels, Microneedling and Fractional CO2 Laser also work wonders for acne scarring. The exfoliation of the top layers of the skin make the scars appear shallower with time, and peels will help with aggravated pigmentation. Book in for a consultation for the Caci Reformaskin treatment plan today to see how these treatments can benefit you. 

 

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