Acne and Acne Scar Treatment
Pimples are like parking tickets: unexpected, undeserved, and can’t be ignored once you have them. It doesn’t matter if your 16, 70, or some unspoken age in-between, pimples happen to everyone.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), 50 million Americans wake up to these unwelcome destroyers-of-ego every single morning—teenagers and adults alike. According to the AAD, acne is the most common skin condition in the all of America. Severe cystic acne can cause permanent damage to your face and other areas. It’s time to fight back.
What Causes Acne?
Acne can seem random and unwarranted at times. Any kind of hormonal change can throw off the balance of oils on your face and other areas. This leads to clogged pores and irritation. Stress, various types of food, menstruation, and even genetic composition can be faulted for an acne breakout. And, because so many conditions can cause clogged pores, it’s hard to identify the immediate cause(s). The solution, however, is much more apparent.
CLEARING THINGS UP ON TOPICAL TREATMENTS
Always be careful when selecting skincare solutions you apply to your face. More often than not, these products can create even more of an oil imbalance, leading to worsened breakouts and greater risk of skin damage. We sell a trusted selection of skin care products we’ve seen work with the greatest effect over years of treating breakouts.
Don’t waste time or money and risk permanent skin damage experimenting with televised, over-hyped acne products. Our experienced staff will provide scientifically-proven solutions for acne reduction and breakout-prevention.
Re-balancing your complexion and regaining that baby-smooth skin might be just a few treatments away, but only if you know what you’re doing. For a personalized plan tailored for YOUR skin and hormonal balance, stop by our office or schedule a FREE one-on-one consultation. We CAN provide the most effective and permanent solutions to correcting breakouts and regaining that youthful glow.
- Stats from the American Academy of Dermatology ↩︎