Still suffering from acne scars?
16 Feb 2013
For many people acne regrettably plays an unwanted part in their life. At its best acne causes mild anxiety and embarrassment, but at its worst can be the cause of low self-esteem.
Throughout teenage years the only solace seems to be the promise that acne is something you grow out of. However, for far too many people it is a broken promise, as acne continues to plague those past puberty or it leaves behind unsightly scars.
Many people are denied the confidence they deserve because they feel held back by acne scarring. In efforts to cover up, expensive make up is used to regularly cover scars. However, there are many skin treatments that don't just temporarily cover up acne scarring, but can help reduce its appearance for good. Microdermabrasion and laser treatments are both recommended by sk:n clinics when it comes to preventing acne scaring.
Microcrystals are used to disrupt dead skin cells allowing new ones to grow in their place, resulting in smoother, more even skin. Unlike some other skin treatments, microdermabrasion is also suitable for treating acne itself, meaning it's a safe procedure for people hoping to treat the combination of both acne and acne scarring.
Here at our sk:n clinics we offer a laser treatment called Isolaz aimed at removing dead surface skin cells and making room for others.
It's crucial that if you're going to treat acne or acne scarring that you have a full consultation with a dermatologist, to ensure that the treatment is right for your skin type and won't cause further damage. The doctors and nurses at sk:n clinics around the country, such as those at Montpellier Walk in Cheltenham, are ideal as your skin's well-being is always their number one priority.
If you've dreamed of clearer skin but thought that it simply wasn't possible, having tried every cream from your local chemist there's no need to despair. For a complete skin transformation and the brand new extra confident you to go with it, just click here to see how we can help.