Acne is a skin condition caused by bacteria in the skin. Sometimes hormones can increase skin sensitivity, causing our skin to get inflammed with acne easily at the presence of bacteria, which is why acne is common among teenagers going through puberty.
There are two types of acne - comedogenic acne and inflammatory acne.
Comedogenic acne is the small, black or white protruding acne that can be found on our skin from time to time, whereas inflammatory acne is the big, red, swollen acne that happens as a result of our skin inflammation to the bacteria.
If your acne problems have been bothering you and no facial cleanser or products have worked miracles for you, you might want to consider getting an acne treatments to get rid of your acne problems once and for all.
There are several different acne treatments provided by skin doctors, medical aesthetic doctors, and skin specialist doctors. These are treatments like lasers, chemical peeling, or microdermabrasion.
You can get your acne symptoms treated quickly with the latest technology using laser machines for acne removal.
Lasers such as Copper Bromide Laser and Fractional CO2 Lasers can treat acne on the skin quickly and effectively. The treatment process is short, however post-care following the treatment is very important for the most effective results.
Acne scars are formed due to various reasons, including untreated inflammatory acne, bacteria infection, skin damage due to popping pimples, among others. What type of acne scar do you have? The 3 general types of acne scars are pseudo-scars (red marks left behind by inflammatory acne), depressed scars (tiny holes on the skin due to skin damage), and hypertrophic scars (lumps over the surface of acne). Acne scars can be treated using laser treatments, radiofrequency treatments, filler injections, or chemical peel. Different types of treatments work effectively against different types of acne scars. You can discuss with your doctor to see which treatment suits your skin condition the best.
Sometimes we need to refresh and rejuvenate our skin that is constantly exposed to harmful conditions like ultraviolet radiations and pollution, causing a loss of moisture and elasticity for your skin. A laser skin resurfacing treatment can help you get rid of the blemishes on your skin, depending on your decision made with the doctor on what to treat, resulting in healthy, glowing skin.