Acne Treatment Sydney

What causes Acne?

Acne occurs when the sebaceous glands become infected or inflamed with oil or dead skin cells. Acne can include blackheads, whiteheads, and red patches on the skin that are inflamed. Acne will commonly appear on the face, chest, neck, back and shoulders. Acne can happen to anyone, at any age, but is commonly found in pregnant woman, teenagers, woman and girls that will be menstruating in a few days, and individuals that are taking certain medications such as lithium or androgens. Genetics may also play a role in acne. Other factors that play a huge role in acne are the cosmetics an individual uses on their skin, cell rate turnover (if the turnover rate is poor, one can expect the dead skin cells to block pores), stress, overly active sebaceous glands (oil glands), diet and food allergies.

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Different Types of Acne

Acne has many forms including:

  • Whiteheads and blackheads, which are commonly described as comedones. Hair follicles will become plugged with oil, bacteria and dead skin cells. When they are open at the skin surface, they are referred to as blackheads, due to the dark appearance they have in the plugs of the hair follicles. When they are closed, they are referred to as whiteheads. Comedones are non-inflammatory lesions.
  • Pustules are pimples that have white pus at the tips. They tend to be red and tender. They are an inflammatory lesion.
  • Papules are often a red and tender inflammatory lesion. They are small bumps that are raised that have an infection in the hair follicle.
  • Cysts are inflammatory lesions that are very painful. They are filled with pus, and look like boils. Cysts will often lead to scarring of the skin.
  • Nodules are painful lumps that are classified as an inflammatory skin lesion. They are large and solid and are formed by secretion build up in the hair follicles.

Acne Treatment: ELOS Acne Clearing

While acne is usually not a severe medical condition, many want to improve the appearance of the skin. It is often wise to visit with your skin specialist to avoid having acne get worse. Or leaving unwanted scars on the skin. There are many acne treatment Sydney options that your skin specialist can offer, healing the skin of unwanted acne and scarring. Some of the most popular acne treatments are the most effective treatments on the market. Elos is a very effective acne treatment that is noninvasive. Under this method of treatment, the skin will be cleared of acne, and an individual will see healthy skin that is vibrant. This technology brings forth comfort and is very safe. Elos utilises two forms of energy (optical or laser or pulsed light and radio frequency) to give the skin a fulfilling treatment. Elos is safe on all skin types due to the fact that it uses lower optical energy. What this means for the skin is there is a lower risk of damage to the epidermis. Elos uses radio frequency energy that isn’t absorbed by the melanin in the skin. It can targets the skin’s tissue by using long or short pulses. This radio frequency will allow a deeper penetration into the skin. Elos will treat bacteria that is causing the pores to become clogged, and will help to heal acne by facilitating fast healing time. After the skin is treated with Elos, it will look pink and feel warm. This pinkness will fade after a day or two, and an individual will be able to wear sunscreen and cosmetics right away. The skin could have the possibility to be sensitive, so it is best to avoid any harsh scrubs or cleansers at this time. During the treatment, a layer of gel will be applied to the area being treated, then the area will be treated with a series of pulses of bright light.  Several rounds of the Elos treatment may be needed to see desired results. The procedure can be repeated every month.

Acne Treatment: Chemical Peels

Another effective acne treatment Sydney that can be done by a skin specialits are chemical peels. Chemical peels improve the appearance of the skin, thus making acne banish. The outer layer of the skin will be peeled away, taking the gunk that causes the pores to clog up with it. There are many different kinds of chemical peels, from lactic acid peels to glycolic acid peels. Other types include salicylic acid peels, TCA peel, Jesner’s peel and phenol peel. Chemical peels are effective and are an outpatient procedure. Your skin will be cleansed first, then the chemical solution will be applied. One or more chemical solutions will be applied to the skin and left on a set amount of time. There may be some burning and stinging of the skin. The solution will then be rinsed off and a lotion can be applied to the skin to seal in moisture. A mild chemical peel can be performed every one to four weeks while a medium depth peel can be performed once every six to twelve months. Deep chemical peels are typically only performed once on the skin.

Acne Treatment: Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion can be used to treat acne as well. Microdermabrasion involves removing the outer layer of the skin. Fine crystals will be sprayed onto the area that is being treated. The crystals will exfoliate the skin. The skin will then be vacuumed up, taking the crystals and the dead skin cells with it. Microdermabrasion will help to increase circulation, and will suck out anything that is clogging the pores. Smoother skin will be a result of microdermabrasion, and pores will be diminished. Treatments can be performed once every ten to fourteen days. Microdermabrasion can help to keep the skin clear, but a good quality skin care routine is a must to follow with this procedure.

Acne Treatment: Advanced Dermatology Skincare

A good quality skin care routine will involve using a cleanser that really digs deep into the pores to clean them out. Advanced Dermatology Daily Renew Cleanser deep cleans the pores while delivering skin that look flawless. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant rich botanical extracts help to heal the skin.  The cleanser is activated with water. The cells are not stripped of moisture with this cleanser, and a fresh, vibrant complexion will be delivered with faithful use. Washing the face twice a day will be beneficial.

Super Youth Serum by Advanced Dermatology is a lightweight serum that will deliver hydration to the skin. Natural lipids, proteins, peptides, and antioxidants promote deep tissue repair and protect the skin against moisture loss. This is essential for a healthy looking complexion. Using daily, an individual will see results as this serum can reduce the inflammation seen by acne.

Using Complete Age Defense cream by Advanced Dermatology will leave the skin feeling hydrated and promote healthy skin. This produce was designed to nourish the skin without weighing it down, which means the pores will not be clogged by excessive ingredients. Used daily, this cream will allow the skin to be soft, fresh and smooth.

Deep Cellular Regeneration is a night cream that was designed to repair and rebuild collagen. It will help to strengthen and firm the skin. This cream can help to regulate sebum production, which can mean less pores clogged by excessive oil.

The Anti-aging Night Treatment by Advanced Dermatology is very effective at treating acne. Damage to the skin will be treated while you sleep. It helps to boost cell renewal and over time will reduce pigment related scarring that is caused by acne.

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  1. Elos Acne Treatment
    Elos Acne Treatment says:

    How does the Elos treatment compare to the acne treatment provided at clear skin care clinic? I had their acne treatment done in Sydney but it didn’t do much for me.. I thought the doctor herself would have performed the treatment but she wasn’t even based in the clinic so I felt a bit ripped off. Can you please email me a quote or price list? I have put my email into the form. Tnx.

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