Acne can cause even the most confident person to feel self-conscious. While suffering from acne is nothing to be ashamed of, there are treatments that can help.
Incorporate Acne Control Serum
Acne develops when sebum (an oily substance naturally produced by the body) and dead skin build-up, clogging the hair follicles. Oftentimes this build-up is accompanied by bacteria that trigger further inflammation. The blockage can lead to pimples and cysts.
Our Acne Control Serum contains micronized benzoyl peroxide and glycolic acid to immediately kill acne-causing bacteria on contact. It is quickly absorbed by the skin and penetrates deep into the pores, and users experience a 70% decrease in sebum levels in the pores.
Try Acne Correction Pads
If your acne isn’t budging, it may be time to exfoliate seriously. Our Acne Corrections Pads are a perfect way to encourage cell turnover while delivering a gentle, microchemical peel to exfoliate and correct problematic acne and prevent future breakouts.
Like all medical-grade products, it’s proven to work.
Acne Defense Kit:
One thing all of our products have in common? They’re physician strength. If you’ve chronically suffered from breakouts or persistent acne, you might need more than a couple of ad hoc products to work into your day-to-day routine. Clinically proven to eliminate acne by treating existing blemishes and preventing future breakouts, the Acne Defense Kit relies on science to clear acne with a 5 step medical-grade regime to treat your blemishes and keep new ones from forming.
Intense Light Therapy for Acne
Still, sometimes, topical solutions aren’t enough. If you have acne concerns that won’t budge, it might be time to introduce something new, like Intense Light Therapy. Using both blue and red light, Intense Light Therapy has been used to treat acne effectively for decades.
Blue light wavelengths kill several types of bacteria that can collect in your pores and oil glands to cause breakouts. It also has anti-inflammatory benefits, which decrease redness. It is the primary light therapy used to treat acne.
On the other hand, red light promotes healing and can decrease acne scarring and fine lines by repairing skin tissue.
Intense Light Therapy is best for those with mild acne. It can take several sessions to see results, and it’s recommended that you avoid retinol products prior to starting your sessions. Still, if you feel like you’ve tried it all and nothing is working to treat your acne, this could be your solution.
Give us a call for a tailored approach to treating your acne. Your skin is unique, and so should the approach you take to treat your concerns. We’re here to help.