Active acne is when the acne is present on the face, whereas well controlled acne or inactive acne is the opposite of this. When your acne is active, we know this can cause emotional and physical distress. Knowing how to best manage your acne can help you reach your skin goals and alleviate inflammation.
Can the right skincare routine help my acne?
Whilst there is no cure to active acne, at The Laser Treatment Clinic we can offer advice on the best skincare routine and habits to help. Everyone’s skin is different, we are all unique which means that if you find an approach that works for you then stick to it.
However if you’re unsure on what to do about your acne then we recommend you start off your routine with a gentle cleanser, followed by a moisturiser that suits your skin type, and finish with an SPF. Washing your face with water after strenuous activities is also a good idea to prevent oil buildup, which can lead to a breakout.
Habits to help your skin
Adopting the right habits could help you control your acne and prevent inflammation. A good way to manage active acne is to acknowledge the small things that could lead to another breakout. This could be: avoiding touching your face, incorporating some low glycemic foods, and making sure you’re sticking to your skincare routine and acne treatment.
The Laser Treatment Clinic can help you achieve clearer and happier skin
Getting treatment for your active acne is one of the best ways to manage it. The right treatment can leave your skin feeling healthy and taken care of.
Here at The Laser Treatment Clinic, we have multiple effective treatments for every skin type. We understand that receiving effective acne treatment can make a difference to your confidence, so we provide a range of non-invasive options to suit your needs.
Derma White Treatment is a gentle, non-invasive treatment that can assist in managing active acne. The natural ingredients used are safe and effective on active acne and can help you get back to feeling your best. The Derma White Treatment works by getting rid of the acne causing bacteria which causes inflammation and redness, whilst not irritating the skin like a chemical peel may do. This treatment is a great alternative to harsh options available elsewhere.
Contact us today for specialist advice on how to best manage your acne and to explore all of our available treatment options.