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Acne

Acne is an inflammatory disease caused when the sebaceous gland (found in the hair follicle) produces too much oil, or ‘sebum’, bacteria builds up and this can result in a break out of spots.

This is often triggered by hormonal changes, hence why those going through puberty or pregnancy are more prone than others.

It is the most common skin disease, with 95% of people suffering with the effects of acne at some point in their lives.

Acne Treatments

Most people will have mild acne with occasional break outs; others will have much more severe episodes. It is vital to treat acne effectively and as early as possible to prevent acne scarring.

At the ASC we aim to manage the majority of our patients using Obagi Skincare, topical applications and Intracel RF avoiding the need for oral medication. However in some resistant cases, stronger medication may be required and we recommend a consultation with our specialist dermatologist to advise on treatment.

Patients who suffer from acne are often psychologically affected by their condition so great results are hugely beneficial to patients, improving not only their skin but also their confidence.

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