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Acne treatment

Acne is a common problem for our skin but if you don’t take care of it immediately it can be a serious problem for you. In our clinic we offer following treatments to treat acne problems:

  • Acne Injection
  • Acne Peeling &
  • Our Cream Program.

Acne Injection

The quickest way to remove inflamed acne nodules within 24 hours is by using our Acne Injection. Though there are many treatments, medications, beauty products, and home remedies that help to get rid of acne, these are long time procedures and can’t solve the problem immediately. To solve this problem, we provide Acne Injection to treat acne or its scars immediately. Using Acne injection can be considered as an instant way to prevent acne. Though this procedure helps to solve the problem instantly, there are many side effects of this injection. Acne injection treats acne well at that time, but there are some minor side effects of it like redness and temporary skin atrophy.

Acne Peel

The solution we use for the acne peel is salicylic acid formula. Salicylic acid is lipid soluble; therefore, it is a good peeling agent for comedonal acne. The salicylic acid is able to penetrate the comedones better than other acids. The anti-inflammatory and anesthetic effects of the Salicylate result in a decrease in the amount of erythema and discomfort that generally is associated with chemical peels. The most common concentration used is 30% and can be purchased in easy-to-use kits. This treatment is ideal for oily and acne skin types. Salicylic acid formula moves easily through the pores, clearing them out while reducing inflammation. This treatment effectively combats acne, leaving a wonderfully smooth and clear complexion. It is the only hydroxy acid structure which is oil soluble ointment which allows it to penetrate into clogged pores. It can be used more frequently than the other topical peels.

Cream program

We will give you some creams that you can use daily that help to cure acne problems. You can get our cream program after your consultation with the doctor.