Acne Treatment

Acne Treatment

Acne is a widespread skin ailment where the pores of your skin get shut off by dead skin cells, hair, bacteria, and sebum (an oily substance). When such shut-offs happen, it results in blackheads, whiteheads, nodules, and other types of blotches, and Face, forehead, chest, upper back, and shoulders are the most common places where they appear.
So, are you suffering from acne? The first thing you need to know is that you’re not alone. Acne reminds one of the most common skin disorders that people deal with. According to a survey report, 80% of people between the ages of 11 to 30 will have at least a passive form of acne. Also, most people are affected by it at some point in their existence.

Teenagers are more likely to experience acne than adults, but acne can affect anyone regardless of age. People who suffer from severe acne may also experience social anxiety, depression, and social isolation.

Although acne has a wide range of treatments available, acne can still be stubborn. If you suffer from acne, you might notice that the pimples and bumps heal slowly and as soon as you get rid of one, another appears.

Aside from acne, scarring can also occur. If you start treatment as early as possible, the lower your chances of this happening. At Unique Clinic, we are the experts in acne treatment.

What Are the Causes of Acne?

Acne is caused by four major factors:

  • Sebaceous glands that are overactive
  • Oil and dead skin cells have clogged hair follicles.
  • Bacteria
  • Hormones that are overactive 
  • Food sensitivities

What Are the Different Types of Acne?

Acne can come in numerous forms. Here are some of these types of acne:


This acne form comes as a form of open bumps on the skin filled with excess oil and dead skin cells. It comes with the presence of dirt being deposited in the node. However, the dark spots are a result of an erratic light reflection off the clogged follicle.

Fungal Acne (Pityrosporum Folliculitis)

This type of acne happens when a plethora of yeast develops in the hair follicles. Sometimes, they can get prickly and inflamed.


These are pimples containing pus. Pustules appear like whiteheads encircled by red rings. Here is one of the major causes of scarring if picked or scratched.


Whiteheads come as bumps that stay closed by oil and dead skin cells.


They appear as tiny red or pink bumps that get inflamed.


Nodules are solid pimples that are deep in your skin, and they are often very large and sensitive.


Cysts are pus-filled acne and can also result in scars.

Most of these types of acne can impact your self-esteem. We always recommend that you seek help from your healthcare provider early. That way, they can help define the best treatment option(s) for your condition.

What Are the Types of Acne Treatments?

Depending on the condition, these treatments may be recommended alone or in combination with laser treatments.

  • Lasers and intense pulse light therapies
  • Chemical peels
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Steroid injections

How Does Acne Treatment Work?

To treat mild to intense acne, the laser Acne technique uses non-invasive Nd: Yag laser technology. The laser generates a wavelength that passes through the skin and is target the hyperactive sebaceous glands (Oil Glands). A mild thermal injury to the glands results in decreased oil secretion when the glands are heated. Simply stated, the glands no longer produce the same amount of oil, As a result, acne outbreaks are significantly reduced. 

After the second treatment, enlarged pores are reduced, inflamed acne lesions are cleared up, and red acne scars are faded. Additionally, while treating your acne, the Nd: YAG Laser destroys acne-causing bacteria under your skin so that your results are longer lasting. You’ll be able to get back to your regular activities right away, After this painless procedure, There is no downtime necessary.

Treatments for acne can lower oil production,  speed up the turnover of skin cells and fight infections and inflammation to prevent scarring. It can take a while for the acne to heal. Most acne treatments may cause a temporary worsening of your skin before displaying results, which can take up to eight weeks.