Anti-acne treatment protocol
Treatment to prevent and treat acne outbreaks that occur at different ages and for any reason, as well as to regenerate the skin and diminish previous scars.
Results and duration
Duration: hyaluronic acid has an immediateeffect, since it acts as a filler for the correction ofhypotrophicand atrophic lesions.
Results: in active outbreaks, inflammation usually starts to decrease immediately and continues over the next few days.
In cases of atrophic or hypertrophic scars, results can be seen after two or three sessions.
What is it?
Acne vulgaris is a common inflammation of the pilosebaceous follicle, which usually begins in adolescence and can last until adulthood.The most common lesions are produced on the face, but there can also be some on the shoulders, neck and back.This treatment prevents and treats acne outbreaks produced at different ages and by any cause.In addition, it regenerates the skin and diminishes previous scars.
How is it performed?
The treatment may vary depending on the type of lesion.For example, lesions in order of increasing severity include: comedo, weal, pustule, cyst and inflammatory nodule with deep growth and many times forming purulent lesions, respond well to peels with different chemical substances to sterilise the skin and inhibit bacterial growth.The scars may be visible for a long time; however, they may be treated with infiltrated non-volumising hyaluronic acid.
Over 80-90% of adolescents have acne, and over 30% usually need medical treatment.
Acne can also appear in young adults.It is more common in women, and fluctuates with hormonal changes, as in the menstrual cycle and in pregnancy.
- New lesions and regenerating those already present.
- Improvement is evident after the first session and increases with the rest of the sessions.
- It is a treatment that does not cause allergic reactions or hypersensitivity upon application in different types of skin.
Areas of application
- All the areas where acne appears
Recommendations and care
- Proper skin hydration must be maintained, internally as well as externally.
- Sun protection must be effective, which means it must be broad-spectrum, and must be reapplied every 4 hours.
Not with topical treatments, and in the event that hyaluronic acid infiltration is required, the pain is mitigated with a topical anaesthetic, which will be applied a half hour before infiltration is performed.
Not necessarily, but this depends on the amount of dead cells that need to be lifted to produce the stimulating effect.This is perfectly modulated with the type of ingredients that are added to the peel.
Not at all.Usual activities can be continued without a problem, except those that take place outdoors, which should be delayed 24 hours due to the initial sensitivity of the skin.
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