Acne happens when a clog of dead skin cells and oil circulates in the pores. It is classified into three different types, depending on the severity of the acne, mild, moderate, and severe. There are many different ways to treat them, including things like oral antibiotics, topical antibiotics, or even laser treatments.
Home remedies can be just as effective as these products if used appropriately. However, you should consider Clinicare Brossard acne treatment options if you have severe acne and are looking out for efficient results. Here are 3 of the most popular acne treatments.
- Fractional Radiofrequency (Morpheus8®)
Morpheus8® uses radiofrequency to reach deeper skin layers and destroy bacteria and bacteria-producing chemicals that cause breakouts. This treatment resurfaces, retextures, and reshapes the skin on your face and neck. It reduces active acne lesions as well as acne scars.
Morpheus8® is a non-invasive treatment that provides fast results and short recovery times. There is no downtime or visible side effects with this treatment. By using fractional radiofrequency energy, this treatment works to reduce the bacteria and the inflammation and reveals younger-looking skin
- Bela MD
Bela MD is an acne treatment that uses a combination of the most effective products. It has a significant effect on acne, inflammation, and scarring. Bela MD treatment blends both light and deep serum treatments to the skin with unique technology to reduce the appearance of fine lines, acne scars, discolorations, and brown spots.
What makes Bela MD treatment even more special is the use of hydrogenated water. Hydrogenated water is water with hydrogen molecules added in order to deliver extra hydrating and anti-oxidant power. This treatment is safe for all skin types and works for all ages. The antioxidant power of hydrogenated water is 176X more than that of Vitamin C.
- Glycolic and chemical peeling
Glycolic and chemical peeling is a very effective acne treatment that can produce great results. This type of treatment works by peeling off layers of dead skin to remove dead cells and acne-causing bacteria.
A glycolic acid solution is applied to the skin, with the solution being gradually increased in strength over the course of a few weeks. Topical creams containing this acid are also available for use after the peel, which helps to further reduce inflammation and irritation.