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Acne Clearing Facial

Your skin will truly benefit from this recommend acne clearing facial to help reduce acne symptoms and heal inflamed irritated acneic skin.  

Which includes a combination of thorough deep cleansing, exfoliation with steaming, facial extractions to remove clogged pores, a healing mask, LED light therapy to help destroy pimple causing bacteria.  A hydrating, but oil control moisturizer finishes your treatment.

$90.    (75 min)

Acne

Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your tiny hair follicles in your skin become plugged with oil and dead skin cells.    This causes bacteria to increase and irritate the skin.   It often causes whiteheads, blackheads or pimples, and usually appears on the face.  However, they can develop on the arms, neck, forehead, chest, upper back and shoulders.

Acne is most common among teenagers, usually starting in the early teen years. Although, it affects people of all age.

 Significance of diet in treated and untreated acne vulgaris.

Abstract

"The relationship between diet and acne is highly controversial. Several studies during the last decade have led dermatologists to reflect on a potential link between diet and acne. This article presents the latest findings on a potential impact that diet can have on pathogenesis of acne vulgaris. The association between diet and acne can no longer be dismissed. Compelling evidence shows that high glycemic load diets may exacerbate acne."

Intake of high levels of omega-3 fatty acids linked with decreases in inflammatory factors.

Western diets are often deficient in omega-3s.  It is widely believe that  increasing the intake of omega-3 fatty acids through a diet rich in fish and seafood results in a lower rate of inflammatory disease.

Omega-3 fatty acids

Teen Weekly Acne Control Treatment Omega 3 foods 

Light Therapy - It Works!

LED Light Therapy For Acne Control

When blue light is shone on the skin, it penetrates through various skin layers and may help kill acne-causing bacteria known as Propioni­bacterium acnes (P. acnes), or reduce  inflammation or excess sebum (skin oil) production associated with acne. The P acnes bacteria causes inflammation and breakouts on the skin surface. 

P acnes is sensitive to blue light and can in fact, be reduced with blue light therapy. Combined with proper cleansing and treatment regimens, the blue light offers a safe alternative to antibiotics and harsh drying topicals.