Acne Treatment at Luminosity Skin
Posted on September 06 2019
WHAT IS ACNE... and how do we treat it?
Acne is a common skin condition that our doctors and skin technicians see and treat on a daily basis. Persistent pimples, inflamed papules or sometimes nodules and cysts mark this skin condition. Blackheads and whiteheads are also considered acne symptoms. Acne often appears on the face, but it can also be found on the neck, chest, shoulders, and back. It is common in teenagers, but it affects people of all ages, including children. Acne is a medical condition, not only a cosmetic concern. Left untreated acne may lead to permanent scars.
One of the worst things about acne is the potential scarring it may cause, making your facial skin look less than optimal. Because of this, acne often causes embarrassment and emotional distress. The skin technicians and medical staff at Luminosity Skin are experts in managing acne for all ages.
We understand that acne is often a distressing condition and can have a large impact on your confidence and social interactions. Our aim is always to give you the best improvements possible in the safest manner.
Luminosity Skin treat many kinds of acne, and patients of all ages, including;
- Adult Acne.
- Resistant or scarring cases of acne.
- Hormonal Acne.
We treat this with multiple modality based treatments including surface peels, laser for redness and inflammatory skin conditions, fractional lasers for scar tissue and new advancements in pico based laser for treatment of acne scarring, whilst considering the need for basic skincare intervention or the alternative of medical based prescription products.
No one skin is the same so each treatment is specifically created to ensure your treatment is tailored to your individual needs.
If you or someone you know have concerns with Acne, Inflammatory breakout or scarring please consider Luminosity Skin for a thorough skin assessment and treatment plan that considers both medical and cosmetic treatments.
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