Acne is a very common skin problem. Luckily, there is a lot you can do in terms of treatment and products. As skin therapists we are specialized in treating acne and the fallout from acne.
During this treatment skin is cleansed and scrubbed intensively. The skin therapist removes impurities by hand.
A fruit acid peeling can be used to treat acne. The fruit acids in the peeling are able to get deeper into the skin for a healthy, glowing skin. Peelings are effective because of the acids that can reach the deeper skin layers, getting rid of impurities and infections and preventing the pores from getting clogged again. The peeling results in cleaner, more uniform and smoother skin.
A chemical peeling contains high concentrated fruit acids to reach the deeper skin layers. This peeling can be used to treat problems that are rooted deeper in the skin, such as infections that help cause acne. A chemical peeling is also perfect to counteract the consequences of acne, such as discolouration and acne scars.
The microdermabrasion treatment effectively removes the ‘dead’ top layer of the skin. The skin will be able to properly dispose of tallow and absorb product better. This treatment works best on oily skin that’s prone to acne.
Miniscule holes are created in the skin, thereby activating the skin and stimulating the growth of connecting tissue. The dermapen or laser is used to treat damage left by acne, such as scars and spots.
Lycogel developed camouflage products specifically for acne prone skin. These products let the skin breathe and don’t clog up the skin. This way, the skin can be covered without worsening the acne.
There are various types and degrees of acne. The most suitable treatment will be determined during the noncommittal consult. During this consult, the skin therapist can analyse your skin and give you proper, fitting advise to effectively treat the acne.
Acne treatment cleans the skin, makes the skin smooth and rebalances the tallow production. This reduces the chances of the acne returning after the treatments.
It is possible that your treatment will be compensated by your health insurance (NL). Please contact us by calling our office at 070 239 00 93