Say Goodbye To Acne
Struggling With Acne?
You have options! Here are some treatment options we can provide and some things you can do from home!
What is acne exactly?
MALFUNCTIONING OIL GLANDS
Acne is essentially a skin issue that involves the oil glands at the base of the hair follicles. It commonly occurs during puberty when these oil glands come to life (because they are stimulated by hormones) If acne is left untreated it can leave severe scarring.
GETTING TO THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM
What causes acne? While the cause of acne is not completely understood, and varies from person to person, here are some contributing factors:
Hormones: Acne is common in teenagers because they have an increase in hormone production. During puberty, both genders produce high levels of androgens, the male sex hormones that include testosterone. Testosterone signals the body to make more sebum, thus causing acne.
Bacteria: Excess sebum clogs the openings to hair follicles – especially those on the face, neck, chest, and back. Bacteria grow in these clogged follicles.
Improper skin care: Using the wrong skincare can cause an inflammatory response triggering acne. Come in for a personalized skincare regimen or schedule a virtual one here!
You don’t have to live with acne or acne scarring. Here’s how we can help:
Laser Acne Treatment:
Will help reduce redness & inflammation, decrease oil production and kill acne-causing bacteria.
Laser Hair Removal:
Getting rid of the hair follicles will help stop getting sebum trapped in them. This will also stop ingrown hairs that some people mistake for acne.
Clear + Brilliant
Will smooth acne scarring and get rid of any pigmentation your breakouts have left you with.
Will help kill acne-causing bacteria and calm inflammation, there are tons of add ons you can do with phototherapy that can give additional help such as Niacinamide serums!
We have a variety of skincare products that will help treat and prevent breakouts such as Skinade targeted solutions for acne.
Let CJ Laser Help Clear Up Your Acne ✨
Call (212) 601-2889