Acne

What is acne?

Acne comes with puberty when oil glands has been stimulated by a male hormone dwell deep both in men and women called “Estrogen”. While oil is a natural substance which lubricates and protects our skin, overproduction of oil can lead to a breakout.

There are so many reasons we get acnes, and one of them is from the fact that our skin produces too much oil and they got clog underneath the skin. They soon become good source of nutrition for bacteria (which resides on our skin and generally cause no problem until overproduction of oil becomes food for them) that caused acne.

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When should you start the treatment?

Since everyone does get acnes, more or less depends on both internal and external factors. However, the question is when should they be treated out of our lives: the best answer we can give is when you think they are uncontrollable and mentally disturb your personal activities.

Medical Treatments:

  1. Medicine and Topical cream
  2. Birth-control pills – help suppress Estrogen to its normal level, which cure the core of acnes at some degrees
  3. Acne injection – by using Cortisone to make inflammatory pimples and cysts flatten out faster.
  4. Laser treatments – ISOLAZ and Lux-V Laser could be boasted as the safest and most effective way of curing acnes. However, no medical record can guarantee that the result will last in a long run. To get the long lasting effect result, Laser treatments would work best combining with other treatments.
  5. Chemical peeling – is an optional treatment that helps boosting the end result from other treatments which dermatologists usually recommend pairing the treatment with others.
  6.  Blue light therapy – helps and reduces inflamed acne by killing the bacteria, which is the cause of inflammation.

*Recovery times / Results can vary depending on individual

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When should you start the treatment?

 

Since everyone does get acnes, more or less depends on both internal and external factors. However, the question is when should they be treated out of our lives: the best answer we can give is when you think they are uncontrollable and mentally disturb your personal activities.

Here are some basic self-treatments of acne given by our dermatologists:

Antibiotics

Apply antibiotic cream on the affected areas.

Retinoids (Vitamin A cream)

Apply a thin layer on your skin to help open pores and reduce oil production. However, some may get skin irritation or sun sensitivity due to the overuse of the product. “ The best advice is that medications should be under dermatologists’ recommendation”

Oral antibiotics

It is an effective way of curing acne, but some might response a allergic reaction from them which leads to sun sensitivity.

Birth-control pills

help suppress Estrogen to its normal level, which cure the core of acnes at some degrees

Acne injection

by using Cortisone to make inflammatory pimples and cysts flatten out faster.

Isotretinoid

is an oral Vitamin A derivative drugs used for severe breakout and recalcitrant acnes. The most common adverse effects are dry lips and skin, Uncommon and rare side effects include: muscle aches and headaches.

** Isotretinoid is known to cause birth defects; Women taking Isotretinoin must not get pregnant during, and for 1 month after Isotretinoin therapy **

Laser treatments

could be boasted as the safest and most effective way of curing acnes. However, no medical record can guarantee that the result will last in a long run. To get the long lasting effect result, Laser treatments would work best combining with other treatments.

Chemical peeling

is an optional treatment that helps boosting the end result from other treatments which dermatologists usually recommend pairing the treatment with others.

Blue light therapy

helps and reduces inflamed acne by killing the bacteria, which is the cause of inflammation.

There are plenty of alternatives in treating acnes; therefore, best suggestion from us is that you should nip them in the bud before it grows even stronger to the point where it later becomes scar. If you are tired of dealing this battle by your own. Our specialists will always be here if you need hands.

*Recovery times / Results can vary depending on individual

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