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Acne / Breakout Reduction

Acne develops when hair follicles get blocked with oil and dead skin cells, leading to whiteheads, blackheads, or pimples. It commonly affects teenagers but can occur at any age. While treatments exist, acne can persist. The condition involves clogged pores, resulting in various types of lesions like whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, nodules, and cysts. Hormonal shifts, genetics, bacteria, and medications play roles in its development, with stress and diet exacerbating symptoms. Effective remedies encompass topical creams, oral drugs, and gentle skincare practices. Severe cases warrant consultation with a professional for proper management.

Types of Acne / Breakout

Here are six main types of spot that are caused by acne:

  • Blackheads, which are small and either black or yellowish.
  • Whiteheads are similar in appearance to blackheads, but tend to be firmer and do not empty when squeezed.
  • Papules are small and red, and may feel tender or sore.
  • Pustules are similar to papules, but with a white tip that is caused by pus.
  • Nodules are large hard, often painful, lumps beneath the skin.
  • Cysts are large pus-filled lumps that look similar to boils. They are the most severe type of acne, with the greatest risk of permanent scarring.

Causes of Acne

Clogged hair follicles or pores cause acne. Your hair follicles are small tubes that hold a strand of your hair. There are several glands that empty into your hair follicles. When too much material is inside your hair follicle, a clog occurs. Your pores can clog with:

Triggers of acne: Certain things in your environment contribute to acne or they can make an acne breakout worse, including:

  • Wearing tight-fitting clothing and headgear, like hats and sports helmets.
  • Air pollution and certain weather conditions, especially high humidity.
  • Using oily or greasy personal care products, like heavy lotions and creams, or working in an area where you routinely come in contact with grease, such as working at a restaurant with frying oil.
  • Stress, which increases the hormone cortisol.
  • A side effect of a medication.
  • Picking at your acne.

Foods that cause acne: Some studies link particular foods and diets to acne, like:

  • Skim milk.
  • Whey protein.
  • Diets high in sugar.
  • While high-sugar diets may lead to acne outbreaks, chocolate isn’t directly linked to acne.
  • To reduce your risk of acne, choose to eat a balanced, nutritious diet with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, especially those rich in vitamin C and beta-carotene, which helps reduce inflammation.

Sebum: An oily substance that provides a protective barrier for your skin.

Bacteria: Small amounts of bacteria naturally live on your skin. If you have too much bacteria, it can clog your pores.

Dead skin cells: Your skin cells shed often to make room for more cells to grow. When your skin releases dead skin cells, they can get stuck in your hair follicles.

Hormonal Changes causing Acne

Acne is largely a hormonal condition that’s driven by androgen hormones (testosterone). This typically becomes active during teenage and young adult years. You might also notice acne forming around the time of your period as a result of hormone activity. Sensitivity to this hormone — combined with surface bacteria on your skin and substances released from your body’s glands — can result in acne.

Where on my body will I have acne? The most common places where you might have acne are on your:

  • Face.
  • Forehead.
  • Chest.
  • Shoulders.
  • Upper back.

Oil glands exist all over your body. The common locations of acne where oil glands exist the most.

Recommended Treatments For You!

We have a range of professional Skin Treatments to effectively reduce the Acne / Breakouts.


As time passes, the build-up of dead and damaged skin cells can make your skin look dull and tired. Sun exposure and aging also add to these skin imperfections.


A hydrodermabrasion facial stands out as a groundbreaking medical-grade procedure that utilizes non-invasive water and serums to exfoliate and hydrate the skin.

High Frequency

High Frequency is a popular skincare method used for addressing various skin concerns such as managing acne, minimizing enlarged pores.

Meline Skin Correction Peel

Meline, an advanced skincare range meticulously crafted to address pigmented concerns such as melasma, sun damage, acne scarring, and hyperpigmentation.

LED Light Therapy

LED (Light Emitting Diode) Light Therapy, also known as phototherapy, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses specific wavelengths of light.

Sonophoresis Infusion

Sonophoresis facial treatment utilizes the latest vitamin infusion machine, employing cutting-edge technology to deliver any kind of nutrient rich serums / oils.

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