Acne Treatment

Kill the acne-causing bacteria for clearer skin

Acne can cause stress, anxiety and embarrassment

A surprising number of people suffer from acne at some stage in their life.

For some it is a passing teenage phase, however, for others, it can be a prolonged and distressing experience.​

If acne is affecting your confidence, don’t worry! Something can be done.

ACNE PRONE SKIN:

  • Produces excess sebum
  • Sebum blocks the pores
  • This create a perfect environment for bacteria to breed
  • Propionibacterium (acne bacteria) creates a pustule

Acne Treatments at Oasis

Laser and IPL treatments have been shown to effectively reduce active lesions in mild to moderate acne in 4 distinct ways:

  • Decreases sebum production
  • Reduces blockages in pores
  • Speeds up the healing process
  • Kill propionibacterium

Patient results and treatment experiences may vary.

1. Treatment information

Acne treatments take between 30-40 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.

Acne treatments work best when performed every 2 weeks.

Both IPL and Laser can be used to perform this treatment.

During your free consultation we will discuss which treatment is best for your skin.

2. Downtime

Acne treatments are very tolerable, usually likened to a relaxing facial with a gentle warming sensation.

There is little to no downtime associated with acne treatments. Those with sensitive skin may have a small amount of flushing which will subside within the hour.

3. Suitability

Treatment is not suitable for clients

  • with an active sun tan
  • with artificial tanning agents on the skin
  • who use aromatherapy products
  • taking photosensitizing drugs
  • who are pregnant
  • with skin diseases or disorders
  • who suffer from keloid scarring
  • who have epilepsy
  • with active herpes
  • with tattoos in the area
  • who have cancer

4. Cost of the treatment

Acne Treatments
Full Face £75
Cheeks £50
Back from £100
Chest from £100

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