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Pulastya CADLE provides acne scar laser treatment in Delhi. You need to consult Dr Vivek Mehta Dermatologist in Delhi about various acne scar treatment in Delhi options.


Acne scarring is caused by the body effectively putting “too much effort” into healing the wounds caused by acne, meaning that there is an excess of collagen built up in the dermis. This collagen may stay in place permanently, creating acne scarring.

Acne scars are most often the product of an inflamed lesion, such as a papule, pustule, or cyst. Inflamed blemishes occur when the follicle, or pore, becomes engorged with excess oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria.

The pore swells, causing a break in the follicle wall. If the rupture occurs near the skin’s surface, the lesion is usually minor and heals quickly. More serious lesions arise when there is a deep break in the follicle wall. The infected material spills out into the dermis and destroys healthy skin tissue. To repair the damage done to the dermis, the skin forms new collagen fibers. Collagen is the fibrous protein that gives the skin its strength and flexibility. Unfortunately, the finished “repair job” never looks as smooth and flawless as before the injury.


Types of Acne Scars

As the wound heals, the body sometimes produces too much collagen, which creates a mass of raised tissue on the skin’s surface. This type of scarring is called hypertrophic, or keloid, scarring.

More commonly, acne causes atrophic, or depressed, scars. Atrophic scars develop when there is a loss of tissue. Ice pick and boxcar scars are two examples of atrophic scars.

Inflammation is the single greatest gauge of scar development. The greater the inflammation on the skin, the more likely scarring is to occur. Deep breakouts that take a long time to heal also increase the chance of scarring. Blackheads, whiteheads, and other non-inflamed blemishes typically don’t cause scarring because these types of lesions don’t injure skin tissue.

Often, what is taken to be an acne scar is not a true scar at all, but rather post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). This temporary discoloration of the skin will eventually fade on its own. Certain treatment medications, such as Retin-A, may speed fading time.


Acne Scar Prevention

To lessen the chance of scarring, try to reduce inflammatory breakouts as much as possible. So treat acne as soon as it develops. The best thing you can do is get acne under control quickly and effectively. This may mean you have to consult with a dermatologist to help get your acne under control.


Pass up the temptation to pick or squeeze a pimple. Doing so can force debris deeper into the dermis, spreading an infection to other tissue and worsening inflammation. Picking at scabs should also be avoided. A scab is the skin’s natural “bandage” which protects the wound as it heals. Picking a scab off a wound before it is ready prolongs the healing process and increases chances of scarring.

Even with the most careful treatment, you may develop acne scars.


There are procedures that can help minimize the appearance of scarring. If scarring is a concern of yours, don’t hesitate to talk to your doctor. He or she can explain the treatment options available to you.


Skin peels and chemical peels use materials designed to force the body to shed the surface cells.



Microdermabrasion uses tiny crystals to physically remove the cells as well as unclogging pores, this treatment is particularly good for treating live acne as well as acne scars.


Microneedling involves multiple tiny needles puncturing the the skin to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, promoting renewed skin cells.



Laser treatments can also remove the surface cells but are targeted so they don’t  cause damage to surrounding healthy skin cells.

Fractional Laser System fires a laser beam which is then split into numbers of microscopic super fine beams, producing tiny dot, or pixel – like treatment zones within the selected target area of the skin, leaving the other zones within it perfectly intact. Therefore, the heat of laser only passes deeply through the fractional damaged area. This allows the skin to heal much faster than if the whole area was treated. During the process, a great amount of collagen is produced for skin rejuvenation; eventually the skin will look much healthier and younger.

The term “fractional” by design, each treatment session targets about 15 to 20 percent of the skin’s surface. In other words it treats a “fraction” of the skin surface each time and that is why the technique is called “fractional laser resurfacing”. For Further details visit


Intracel has revolutionised acne scar treatment in South Delhi and Gurgaon with minimum downtime and side effects. If you are looking for best laser acne scar removal in Delhi and Gurgaon then Pulastya’s Cadle is right place for you.


INTRAcel is a combination micro needling and radio frequency treatment, used to improve skin tone, scarring, pigmentation and fine lines and wrinkles. Rather than traditional micro needling, which works on the upper layers of skin, each tip emits a radio frequency wave to penetrate and stimulate the deeper layers. This stimulates fibroblasts deep in the tissue to heat up and produce collagen and elastin.


In addition INTRAcel is indicated in the treatment of acne and acne scars. The radio frequency heat energy reduces oil production and bacteria, two of the main causes of acne, while promoting collagen and elastin production to minimise the appearance of pick-axe scars. It’s the ultimate micro needling treatment for complete rejuvenation. For further details visit


The best treatment for you will depend on the extent of the scarring, the desired results, and your skin type. For this reason, you should book a consultation with our trained and experienced skin experts to help you decide. In some cases, combining multiple treatments may have the best effect.


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