(English) Treatments to try when your acne just won’t clear - SW1 Clinic

(English) Treatments to try when your acne just won’t clear

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Dealing with acne-prone skin and getting increasingly frustrated with how your acne does NOT seem to be clearing up despite your best efforts? Don’t fret, it’s not the end of the road. Believe it or not, there are other options available.

Seeking professional help is one such way. Your doctor could assess the acne situation and determine the best course of treatments to start your journey to clearer, healthier skin.

Treatments to try when your acne just won’t clear

Medication

Oral medication is usually one of the first choice when it comes to treating severe acne. For moderate to severe acne, your doctor may prescribe oral antibiotics to reduce bacteria. These are usually paired with other drugs such as benzoyl peroxide, to reduce the risk of developing antibiotic resistance. While side effects from antibiotics are rare, they do tend to increase your skin’s sensitivity.

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LDM Triple

The latest version of LDM (Local Dynamic Micro-Massage) that is an ultrasound system that changes between 3 frequencies simultaneously while integrating 19MHz frequency.

In layman’s terms, this new system is able to penetrate deeper into the skin’s dermal layers and treat the problem at the root painlessly. This treatment helps to suppress inflammation from acne, preventing scar formation and also rejuvenates the skin to optimize skin health.

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Forever Clear BBL

Broadband Light (BBL for short) is the newer and more advanced version of IPL. With the help of the shorter wavelengths of BBL, acne bacteria on the surface and in the sebaceous gland is destroyed, stopping acne in its tracks, and because this treatment uses broadband light in the blue and red spectrum, it further enhances the detoxifying effects on the skin and speeds up skin healing.

Combined with a customised home skincare program for acne-prone skin, you can experience significant long-term clearance and healthier skin.

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