Acne Scar Therapy with Sermorelin

Acne scars are a lasting reminder of undesirable skin lesions. They affect people of all ages and skin types. Aside from applying makeup, there is little that can be done for acne scars at home, which is why so many Boca Raton residents have turned to Huma-Netics for effective acne scar treatments. Here, you’ll find a complete suite of cosmetic care services to effectively address skin problems and restore youthful beauty.

What is Sermorelin?

Huma-Netics is a leading provider of Sermorelin therapy. Sermorelin is a growth hormone releasing peptide (GHRP) that contains amino acids naturally found in the body. Its purpose is to stimulate the pituitary gland into releasing human growth hormone (HGH). Although this hormone is naturally released by the body, its levels decline with increasing age. The use of Sermorelin therapy restores depleted levels to address a number of cosmetic and medical concerns.

How does Sermorelin restore the skin?

Sermorelin therapy may be combined with acne scar treatments because its use positively affects skin health. Sermorelin improves the elasticity of skin, allowing it to maintain higher moisture content. The results include plumper, softer, tighter skin with better tone and firmness.

Which treatments can be combined with Sermorelin?

For optimum improvement in skin health and vitality, our providers recommend combining Sermorelin therapy with effective skin rejuvenation treatments. Our providers will work closely with you to determine which of these cosmetic treatments is appropriate for your skin and your aesthetic preferences.

  • Chemical Peels: Each time you scrub your face, dead skin cells naturally slough off the top layer of skin. Chemical peels work in a similar fashion, but produce dramatic results. After a provider applies a specially formulated product to the skin, the top layer of skin blisters and gradually peels off. The resurfacing mechanism of this treatment reveals the new skin underneath, which minimizes or eliminates the appearance of acne scars.
  • Dermabrasion: If you have particularly deep acne scars, your provider may recommend dermabrasion. Like chemical peels, dermabrasion exfoliates the top layer of skin. However, a rotating brush is applied instead of caustic chemicals. As the brush moves across the surface of the skin, the acne scars become less visible.
  • Light Therapy: Light therapy is often the solution of choice for patients with mild acne scarring. It is a gentle approach that uses pulsed light sources, lasers, and radiofrequency transmitters to strategically heat the dermis, which is the second layer of skin. The application of heat triggers the formation of new skin. It may take several treatments for the results to become noticeable, but the recovery time is superior compared to more aggressive approaches.
  • Laser Resurfacing: This technique directs pulsating beams of light at the problem areas of the skin. In addition to improving the appearance of acne scars, laser resurfacing improves other skin irregularities like age spots and wrinkles.

To find out whether acne scar treatments, including Sermorelin, could be right for you, call Huma-Netics in Boca Raton at (561) 227-9629.