What is Acne Treatment from SKINNEY Medspa?
Every acne problem is distinct, which is why acne treatments should be customized to the individual. Acne treatment from SKINNEY Medspa will tailor its treatment plan to attack acne on two fronts: from within the skin, and from the skin’s surface, by using a combination of broad spectrum light therapy and an advanced facial regime, known as a chemical peel or microdermabrasion.
The Benefits of Laser Acne Treatment*¹
- Light Therapy shrinks sebaceous (oil) production
- A proprietary blend of chemical peels are safe for all skin colors and types
- Helps destroy bacteria deep with in your pores
- Only a few treatments needed for clear skin*
How does acne treatment work?
Laser acne treatment helps to reduce acne in two distinct ways. The first benefit of Laser acne treatment is the destruction of the Bacteria that causes inflammation and acne breakouts. Bacteria can cause acne when it gets clogged in a hair follicle without oxygen. Laser acne therapy aims to penetrate the clogged follicle, bringing in oxygen, destroying the bacteria.¹
The second way laser acne treatments help to reduce acne is by heating your sebaceous gland (the gland that produces your skin’s oil.) When the oil gland is heated, it shrinks and produces less oil.¹
Research has shown that laser therapy can also diminish the appearance of acne scars.*²
Research also shows that Microdermabrasion³ or a chemical peel³ can be an effective acne treatment because these facials help stimulate cellular renewal which can stimulate new skin cells to replace the old, dead skin cells that are notorious for clogging pores that lead to acne break outs.
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**Results may vary. SKINNEY Medspa is reputable for complete customer satisfaction for completed treatments. Unless otherwise noted, testimonials provided for SKINNEY Medspa are clients of SKINNEY Medspa who have undergone complete treatment(s.) However, results may vary per client. No treatment is promised to provide permanent results. A guarantee is neither provided nor implied. Read our full disclaimer here.