How EnerJet Technology Helps in Removing Acne Scars
How EnerJet Technology Helps in Removing Acne Scars

Acne scars may result from damage to the skin during the healing of active acne. The two causes of acne scars formation can be categorized as either a result of increased tissue formation or, the more common cause, loss or damage to the skin tissue. Acne scars can be divided into 3 basic subtypes: icepick scars, rolling scars, and boxcar scars based on their width, depth, and 3-dimensional composition.

The EnerJet Acne Scars treatment can help improve the appearance of all acne scar subtypes. It is suitable for all skin types, requires minimal downtime, and can be carried out year-round.

EnerJet Technology

EnerJetTM proprietary technology simultaneously delivers kinetic energy and a healing compound with minimal epidermal damage, enabling a controlled deep injury profile effect for dermal remodeling. The combined effect of a controlled micro-trauma and suitable healing compounds for each indication induces collagen generation, creating thicker tissue and correcting skin imperfections for long-lasting aesthetic improvement.

A powerful jet injection blasts compound into the deeper layers of the skin, inducing a deep volumetric micro-trauma effect with an optimal spread of the material. The jet stream disperses the skin-enhancing agent laterally, covering 100 times the area of one 32G needle’s entry point while leaving minimal signs on the outer layer of the skin.

The synergy between two effects sets in motion a cascade healing processes, resulting in a natural healing and hydrating process that generates the production of new collagen, ultimately generating skin thickening and tightening.

The EnerJet Acne Scars treatment works by using pneumatic acceleration of high-mass hyaluronic acid (HA) particles. These particles penetrate the epidermis through a tiny, micro-sized entry point. Once the solution reaches the dermal layer, it spreads laterally, causing a subcision effect, or a break in the scar’s fibrotic strands, which tie the scar to the underlying subcutaneous tissue. This releases the scar tissue, allowing the fibroblast cells to form new connective tissue and generate new collagen during the course of natural wound healing.

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