A common skin condition which occurs when hair follicles are plugged with dead skin cells and oil. They commonly occur on the face, neck, chest, back, and shoulders. This condition is commonly seen in teenagers. It is a relatively benign condition that may resolve on its own. In severe cases, it can cause scarring.
At Aesthetic Ace we will recommend a treatment protocol from a variety of options depending on your skin type and the severity of your condition to bring back the healthy, smooth appearance to your skin.
Post acne scarring is Scars left behind on the skin after the acne has healed.
Post acne scarring occurs when the skin is damaged by acne and the body responds by producing either too much tissue (hypertrophic scar or keloid) or too little tissue (atrophic scar).
Scarring from mild and moderate forms of acne is usually not permanent. However, picking and squeezing acne can increase the risk of scarring. Severe forms of acne which are usually painful cysts filled with pus tend to leave permanent scars.
At Aesthetic Ace we will evaluate your skin type and suggest the ideal treatment procedure to completely resolve or significantly reduce your post-acne scarring.
Melasma is the formation of brown-grey patches on the skin surface. It is commonly seen on the cheeks, forehead, nose, chin, or any part of the body that is frequently exposed to the sun. Women are more susceptible to this condition. People with dark skin and those with a relative who has melasma are also more at risk for developing this condition. The cells in the skin that are responsible for pigmentation become hyperactive. The exact cause for this hyperactivity is unclear. The triggering factors are thought to be increased sunlight exposure, change in hormones during pregnancy, use of birth control pills and hormone replacement.
At Aesthetic Ace you will receive in-depth evaluation to determine the triggering factors and cause of the melasma/hyperpigmentation. Individualized therapy will be provided from various treatment options to ensure a marked improvement in the appearance of your skin.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition which primarily affects the face. Initially, it presents as facial redness. Then gradually red pimples and pus-filled bumps will appear. Rosacea may appear on the nose and cheeks where small blood vessels become visible and the condition is called rhinophyma. Rosacea may also affect the eyes and cause conjunctivitis and/or blepharitis. Rosacea is more common in adults, women and fair skinned people.
The exact cause is uncertain but rosacea is often triggered by hot or spicy foods, alcoholic drinks, sun exposure, strenuous exercise, stress as well as very hot or cold temperatures.
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At Aesthetic Ace we will perform a complete evaluation, identify possible triggers and prescribe treatment for the rosacea to bring back the health and vitality to your skin.
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