Acne Treatments and How They Can Help You!

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Acne Treatments and How They Can Help You!

Acne Treatments and How They Can Help You!

January 16, 2020

Acne Treatments and How They Can Help You!

If you’ve been having acne issues for some time and the medications you’ve been using is not effective, it’s time to consider a more serious approach. Here’s how.

The thing with acne is, in most cases, they are not one-size-fits-all. Since acne forms from a combination of factors that can be different every single time it happens,m, there’s no telling that the trusted acne creams that you rely on one can suddenly ineffective to the acne.

Hence, certain treatments are developed to deal with it for good, since the treatments work in a more intensive manner and go deep into the root of the problem than the creams on top of the surface, there’s a high chance that the acne you’ve been having for some time, won’t come back again.

Facial treatments such as chemical peels can help to reduce your acne issues by dealing with the factors that caused you the acne in the first place. Hence, certain treatments are developed to deal with it for good, since the treatments work in a more intensive manner and go deep into the root of the problem than the creams on top of the surface, there’s a high chance that the acne you’ve been having for some time, won’t come back again.

At the moment we are offering Acne Cure Facial, created to target and solve acne you’ve been having for good. The treatment is personalized according to the concerns you have, as well as skin conditions and skin types. Rest assured, the treatment works wonderfully for all skin types, including sensitive skin.

In our customized ance/dry skin corrective facials we use professional skincare products and unique techniques in order to fit your skin's needs. All facial treatments in our office are custom-tailored to your skin concerns, skin condition, and skin type.

Light therapy involves the use of pulsed, high-energy LED lights at the skin to kill the acne-causing bacteria. Before the procedure, a special medication applied to your skin to make it more photosensitive, so the lights emitted can work its magic to your skin.

Laser treatments are also possible for your acne issues, but it’s more in treating acne scars (think icepick, boxcar, acne hyperpigmentations) especially the ones coming from severe acne such as cystic acne. Examples of laser treatments used for acne issues including Fraxel lasers.

Of course, with these intensive treatments does not mean you can just walk into the clinic to get one - a detailed consultation with a dermatologist and/or trained technicians are essential to ensure the particular treatment works for your acne issues, as well as expecting the number of sessions needed to eliminate the concern altogether. You can start by scheduling an appointment for a consultation, and see which treatments can be the option for you to treat your acne issues.


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