There are several causes of Acne. These are stress, bad cosmetics, hormones and birth control pills.
One in 1 in 5 people between the ages of 25 and 44 will suffer from adult acne! You might have experienced white head, black head or pustules they all have the same medical term acne. Some types of acne employ a harmful effect on the emotional well being of an individual. Acne occurs when tiny holes on the surface of the skin become clogged. These holes are called pores.Hormonal changes may cause the skin to be more oily.
Acne tends to run in families but there are a few known triggers for acne such as:
Research does not show that chocolate, nuts, and greasy foods cause acne. However, diets high in refined sugars may be related to acne.
There are several ways to treat ACNE depending on severity and desired results. All techniques would begin with skin consultation with one of our medical aesthetic specialists, where your skin is fully assessed and treatment prescribed and a home care package.
With ZO skin care we offer a specific product line designed for the treatment of ACNE or problematic skin. Used on it own or in conjunction with HydraFacialMD, Acne may be treated with a combination of remedies including over-the-counter skin care, acne medications, and chemical or laser procedures.
Thanks to advances in anaesthesia and some of the options that our medical team can give you, treatments pain levels are much better than most people expect! For microneedling, most clients would consider pain 4-5/10 max. Don’t let the hilarity of Sex in the City and Samantha’s issues put you off skin peels. Lunchtime peels are very tolerable and popular!
Treatments such as a resurfacing treatment can take as little as 30 minutes to carry out. Some treatments can require a little more time, depending on treatment plan chosen for your skin type.
There is no down time for most people after a peel. 1% of people, particularly with sensitive skin can have mild inflammation for up to 48 hours. At Amara, we insist on a full consultation and thorough medical history before allowing anyone to proceed with any treatment.