Years ago, acne treatment depended upon “physical modalities,” such as scrubbing with harsh soaps, ultraviolet light, low dose X-ray sessions, and dietary changes. Prescription medicines, both topical and internal, revolutionized acne therapy with great success, culminating with Accutane in the 80’s, which is still by far the most effective medical agent for moderate to severe or stubborn acne. But the last few years have seen a rise in physical treatments–including Laser Genesis, microdermabrasion, Diamond Glow and dietary supplements–as alternatives in managing this unsightly, disfiguring condition.
Microdermabrasion and dermalinfusion such as Diamond Glow abrade the outer layers of skin to unroof clogged pores and stimulate the removal of whiteheads and blackheads. Additionally, Diamond Glow infuses acne-specific serum into the skin. Laser Genesis treatments target the redness and pigmentation which often persist after flares of acne. And of late, dietary phytochemicals derived from certain vegetables have shown promise and efficacy by tweaking estrogen metabolism.
These technological and advanced treatments do not substitute for topical vitamin A creams, topical and systemic antibiotics, and internal vitamin A derivatives, which have the ability to clear and control a great majority of cases. But for those patients who suffer side effects, have very sensitive skin, or whose lifestyles or preferences favor non-medical solutions, there are now sensible alternatives which can help. To schedule your appointment for acne treatment, contact us.
I have been searching for someone or something to help me with my acne and acne scars for a long time, and I am more than pleased with the results that I have received with all the help from Megan at QnA Medical Spa!
Skin Accumax is a supplement containing a specific blend of vitamins with a special phytonutrient found in cruciferous vegetables. This precise concentration of active ingredients has been found to improve the overall health of the skin, including problematic skin. Skin Accumax is gluten-free and contains no wheat, added yeast, dairy products, artificial flavorings, or colors. This patent-pending supplement has not been tested on animals and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Skin Accumax is available at both Ponchatoula and Covington locatons of QnA Medical Spa, a division of Benson Dermatology.
Skin Accumax has made a huge difference to my complexion. People are really starting to notice and I’m SO happy. It really has boosted my self esteem and I can’t thank you enough.
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