Acne is one of the most common inflammatory conditions that is caused due to excess oil production in the skin, build-up of dead skin cells clogging of the pores or openings of the hair follicles, bacterial invasion, stress, or due to hormonal imbalance. Some excess production of androgens can also cause acne as it triggers the oil glands to produce more sebum in the skin, which leads to cause acne. The following factors also encourage the formation of acne:
- Certain medications
- Unhealthy diet
If one is suffering from acne and looking for an effective treatment.They can consult the expert dermatologist Dr. Keerthana Kalva to get effective treatment for acne at Inform Clinics. At her clinic she provides the best Acne treatment in Hyderabad, after diagnosis of the root cause using the most advanced techniques:
Treatment for acne provided at Inform Clinics:
Laser treatment is an effective way to treat acne, acne scars, and other common skin concerns like freckles, sun spots, age spots, and pigmented birthmarks. Dermatologists at Inform Clinics, an acne treatment clinic in Hyderabad use the laser to manage acne and reduce acne scars. Dermatologists use a laser to reduce acne scars and minimize pain. This procedure works with the help of a beam of laser light penetrating the upper layer of the skin, which kills the acne-causing bacteria to stimulate new and healthy skin cell growth which also helps in shrinking open pores. This treatment also boosts collagen build-up by inflicting micro-injuries in the skin that triggers the body’s healing system.
The laser promotes the production of collagen and elastin, which rejuvenates the skin texture and provides instant brightness to the face. This treatment offers promising results and makes the skin look brighter, plumper, even-toned, and rejuvenated.
Chemical peel is a skin-resurfacing procedure using a solution of different acidic chemicals applied to the face. This process makes the superficial layer of skin peel off so that it evens out the surface of the skin. The peels remove the dry surface of skin cells which improves the acne, fine lines, and skin discoloration. These peels provide a deep level of exfoliation revealing the fresh layer of skin.
A chemical peel is made up of a mild chemical solution and can be applied to the face. Once the chemical dries, these chemical peels are gently peeled off, which results in exfoliation of the skin. The commonly used chemical peels include salicylic acid, glycolic acid, Jessner's solution, and trichloroacetic acid.
In this procedure, the topmost or the affected layer of the skin is ablated off making the appear smooth and debris free. The new skin in the treated area is disease-free and reduces the chances of any complications like acne.
Topical Prescription Medicines:
Sometopical antibiotics may help to get rid of the excess bacteria. However, these medications include some side effects like burning, peeling, redness, etc.
Oral antibiotics are also helpful in managing acne. These antibiotics help in growing resistance in the patients. However, using this, it is very important to follow some instructions that will be provided by the doctor.
Untreated Acne Often Leads To Stubborn Acne Scars
Scarringis most common in those who experience inflammatory acne distinguished by several pimples and cysts. They can also occur as a result of damage to the skin during the poor healing of active acne. Every person faces the issue of acne at least once in their lifetime, be it, men or women.
Acne scars can make the person self-conscious or embarrassed about the skin. External factors like diet, pollution, stress, and hormones can also aggravate scarring. The types of scarring seen in acne include hypertrophic scars, which appear as red, firm, and raised papules or bumps. Atrophic scars are the other type of scarring seen in acne, which appear as depressed areas, and may be larger and broader scars or small pits. The most prominent locations they pop up are the face, upper part of the neck, back, chest, and shoulders.
Are you experiencing both acne and acne scars? No need to worry!