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Acne Scars & Acne Breakouts

Acne Scars & Breakouts Concerns

Acne is a common skin condition that many people experience at some point in their lives. It causes visible blemishes and sometimes painful bumps due to clogged pores filled with oil and dead skin cells. While most commonly affecting teenagers and young adults, acne can appear at any age. Leaving acne untreated can lead to scarring of the skin.

At Absolute Cosmetic, we recognise the unique challenges each patient faces in their skincare journey. Instead of generic solutions, we offer a fresh perspective with state-of-the-art treatments tailored to your needs.

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Kleresca for Acne Scarring. Week 1 vs Week 8 - by Dermal Therapist Monique.

Acne Scarring & Acne Breakout Treatments

At Absolute Cosmetic , we offer a range of treatments tailored to address acne scars and breakouts.

We prioritise ensuring every patient feels confident and informed about their choices. Our friendly and professional team is here to guide you through the journey, helping you achieve your desired results.

Understanding Acne & Breakouts

Acne is a common skin condition often associated with adolescence but can also affect adults. It occurs when pores become blocked by dead skin cells or oil, resulting in blemishes, blackheads, and whiteheads. Acne can occur anywhere on the body where there is high oil production, but it is most frequently seen on the face, neck, upper back, and chest.

Several factors can contribute to the development of acne, including hormonal changes during puberty and pregnancy and an overgrowth of a bacteria normally present on the skin called Propionibacterium acnes. Some people may also notice a reduction in acne when adopting a healthier lifestyle, although the link between diet and acne is not fully understood.

Treating Acne Scarring

The beauty of the human skin lies in its ability to heal and renew. However, sometimes acne can leave scars and marks. It’s essential to understand that acne scars are common, and various factors, including genetics, skin type, and the severity of acne, can influence their appearance.

Acne Scarring & Acne Breakout Treatment Questions

Acne and breakouts can arise from various factors, including hormonal changes, diet, stress, genetics, and more. Identifying the underlying cause is essential to determine the most effective treatment strategy.

While most treatments have minimal side effects, common reactions can include slight skin reddening, local swelling, or a warm sensation. On rare occasions, treatments like IPL Skin Rejuvenation might result in temporary blistering or burning. It’s essential to follow post-treatment guidelines to ensure optimal recovery.

The ideal procedure for you depends on your individual concerns, the type and severity of your acne or scars, and desired outcomes. It’s always best to consult a specialist who can evaluate your needs and recommend the most appropriate procedure.

The longevity of treatment results can vary. For instance, after undergoing the AGNES Radio Frequency Acne Treatment, the chances of pimples forming again in the treated follicles are minimal. However, the appearance of new lesions may require additional sessions. Regular consultations and follow-ups with our experts will ensure your skin remains in the best possible condition.

Acne scars form when the skin’s healing process is disrupted, either by too much collagen production, leading to raised scars, or too little, leading to depressed scars. Factors like genetics, skin type, and the severity of acne can influence scar formation.

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