From comedonal acne to cystic acne, there are many varieties of this common skin condition. As a result, Skiin offers acne laser treatment in Melbourne to the estimated 90% of the population that is affected at some time or another. Our qualified doctors will use trusted skin laser treatments for acne that aim to clear up skin and boost self-confidence.
Primarily hormonal in nature, acne is a common physical condition that comes in a variety of types.
Also known as non-inflammatory acne, comedonal acne is a mild form of the condition that’s defined by numerous blackheads (or comedones). The comedones are caused by oil, dead skin cells, and environmental factors like makeup, dirt and sweat which collect around the pores and block the follicles.
If comedonal acne is not treated, it may lead to inflammatory acne. The follicles will become inflamed and red in colour as the body tries its best to combat potential infection of the skin follicle.
The most serious form of acne can be recognised by its raised red lumps, which contain fluid caused by white blood cells working to consume the infection established in the blocked skin follicle.
Cystic acne can cause flat or raised post-acne scarring and Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH), which can add to the uneven texture of the skin.
The full list of pimple and acne development includes:
Acne laser treatment is an involved process, depending on where you are in the stages of development. With our dedicated staff of nurses, doctors, aesthetic physicians and cosmetic clinicians, you’ll be in expert hands throughout your skin laser treatment for acne.
To learn more about our laser treatments for acne in Melbourne, give us a call on 1300 754 467 or contact us online.
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