How Do Acne Treatments Work?
If you suffer from acne breakouts, it might feel as though there’s no solution that can help you achieve a clear and glowing complexion. If over-the-counter products have failed you and you’re ready for an acne solution that will really work, it’s time to discover the menu of acne treatments now available at Skinatomy Laser Clinic.
We offer a menu that’s as diverse as the causes of acne breakouts, meaning clients can be confident they’ll find the right solution based on their needs. Whether you suffer from hormonal acne or acne caused by excess bacteria, you’ll find a personalized solution at our cosmetic dermatology clinic. Our acne treatments include:
Each procedure is highly effective at tackling the underlying causes of acne, including bacteria and excess sebum production. During your Skinatomy Laser Clinic consultation, we’ll help you pick the right acne procedure for you.
*Individual Results May Vary
Am I a Good Candidate for Acne Treatments?
You’re a good candidate for acne treatments if you’ve been diagnosed with acne, you have breakouts that make it difficult for you to feel confident about your skin, and you’ve tried over-the-counter products that haven’t worked.
Consultations Available Now
The first step is to request a consultation. Please fill out the form on this page. During your Skinatomy Laser Clinic consultation, we’ll help you pick the right scar removal procedure for you.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?
Your treatment time will vary depending on which acne solution is selected to treat your breakouts. Click the treatment links above to learn more about what you can expect for the treatment time.
What Results Will I See?*
Results will differ depending on the procedure you pick. To learn more, click the above links to learn when you can expect to see your ideal results.
Is There Any Downtime?
Most acne treatments usually don’t involve any downtime; however, if you select chemical peels to treat your breakout, you should expect to take a few days off of work, as your skin will scab over from the procedure. To learn more, click the above links to learn more about anticipated downtime.