Acne & Acne Scarring

Acne is an inflammatory disease caused when the sebaceous gland produces too much oil, or “sebum”, bacteria builds up and this can result in a break out. It is vital to treat acne effectively and as early as possible to prevent acne scarring. We aim to manage the majority of our patients using creams and various treatments, avoiding the need for oral medication. In recent years, the amount of treatments available for acne sufferers has increased. Unfortunately there is no absolute cure but we are passionate about improving and controlling the symptoms of acne so you can live your life without worrying about your skin. Indeed, results can really be beneficial to clients, improving not only their skin but also their confidence.

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  • Improvement and control of the symptoms of acne
  • Boost the confidence and self-esteem
  • Reduce the exceed oil without making skin dehydrated
  • Decrease bacteria
  • Lessen inflammation
  • Reduce open pores
  • Lower the depth of Acne scar
  • Lighten the pigmentation of Acne scar

What Treatments Are Available For Acne And Its Scars?

Wrinkle Relaxing treatment has been used safely and successfully for over 20 years for a range of non-surgical procedures. Crow’s feet, expression lines and frown lines around the eyes and the forehead can leave us looking a little tired and older. Wrinkle Relaxing treatment contain botulinum toxin which blocks the nerve impulses responsible for muscle contraction then temporarily relaxing the muscles that cause lines and creases to appear. As a result, movement is decreased and relax the facial muscles, which in turn lead to a decrease of tension, smoothing the face and stopping existing lines being exacerbated and skin appears smoother.

Is This The Right Anti-Wrinkle Treatment For Me?

Several treatments are available based on to the severity of acne and the depth of the scar. You will require a personal consultation with a specialised aesthetician, before a treatment plan is drawn up. Some of our most popular acne and acne scar treatments are Mild to moderate Salicylic Acid peel, Microdermabrasion, Obagi ClenziDerm Range, very superficial to deep Glycolic Acid peel, dermapen, IPL, Laser treatment, Hydrafacial for acne

What Is The Best Acne Treatment?

In recent years, the amount of treatments available for acne sufferers has increased. Indeed, results can really be beneficial to patients, improving not only their skin but also their confidence.

Who Is Affected?

Acne is the most common skin disease that affects most people (95% of people) at some point during their lives. It is estimated that 80% of people aged 11-30 will be affected by acne. This is often triggered by hormonal changes, hence why those going through puberty or pregnancy are more prone than others then it often (but not always) occurs during the teenage years, although it can affect children and older people as well. Most people will have mild acne with occasional break outs; others will have much more severe episodes.

What results will I see?

We can’t cure acne, but we can dramatically reduce the symptoms. By following our treatment plan, you will see a significant improvement in your acne. In your skin acne consultation, our aesthetic acne specialist will discuss your specific condition and the results you can expect to see.

What is Acne scar?

When the acne has subsided, sometimes the scars from spots or picking can remain, leaving crater-like dimples or lumps and bumps. This is usually the case if you scratch or pick your spots whilst the acne is still active. A lot of teenagers who suffer with acne complain from the scarring which is left as a result.

When should I treat my Acne scar?

It is best to treat scars when they are still fresh and have not matured, as they are more stubborn and more difficult to treat later on.

Is there any contraindication for Acne scarring treatment?

If you have been on these strong prescribed medications like Roaccutane in the past, it is important to be consulted thoroughly before going ahead with treatment, as they are often a contraindication. You may need to wait 6 months or more before commencing treatment.

Which treatment is the best Acne scar treatment?

Our aestheticians provide you an extensive range of treatments for this particular indication. It is an indication which we frequently address and treat, and have seen some great results with. We understand that acne scarring can have a great psychological impact on patients, and is something that takes time to treat.