Are you facing acne problems and looking for an aesthetic clinic in Singapore to solve your problems? Then you must know what acne facial is and the different types of acne facial treatment available in the market. A typical facial is a skin treatment that helps to clean the pores of your skin, exfoliate dead skin cells, and treat common issues with skin masks so that it adds an extra glow and life to your skin. The result? Your skin will look healthier and rejuvenated.
If one has acne, facials can be a great help as topical application of skincare at home is not sufficient to deeply cleanse the skin and treat the problem. Facials can calm the condition of the acne and prevent it from aggravating. The effectiveness of facial for acne skin depends on the:
- Severity or type of acne
- Type of skin
- Products used
- Quality of ingredients
- Whether the facial is done by a professional or at home
- Undergoing any medication
Types of Acne Facials in Singapore
With so many types of facial treatments targeting acne, acne scars, unwanted sagging skin, wrinkles, unwanted pigmentation and blemishes, it explains why we always waver in between our choices. Many new acne facial treatments and spas claim to improve the skin condition and rejuvenate the skin. But which one works the best for your skin? Let us look at some of the treatments below so that you’re better informed of your choices.
In this facial, the skin undergoes cleansing and exfoliation. It removes dead skin cells and skin will look more hydrated and have an even tone.
A facial in which the main focus is to decongest the pores. Extractions are done to remove blackhead, whiteheads and pimples and skin becomes more softened. This facial does not have a primary focus on the root cause of acne.
In this facial, a device is used to remove the exfoliated skin layer, and skin becomes softer and has a more even tone. Blackhead and whitehead are removed, discoloration and depressed skin are improved.
The skin of a person is appropriately cleaned before being treated with the led machine. Red, white, blue, green infrared lights are used. White light goes deep into the skin and improves skin tone. Red light increases the production of collagen in the skin, and blue light kills acne bacteria. This type of light therapy is primarily beneficial for pimples.
Enzymes are used naturally to encourage the production of new skin cells. The top layer of the skin is usually dead with keratin protein. The enzyme in peel breaks down keratin protein, and skin becomes more bright, smoother, and even tone. These facials are best for the removal of scars and discoloration and also best for acne treatment.
Finally, we have laser facials which utilizes light therapy to reduce acne. It works by using a laser to remove the outer layer of skin, and breaking up scar tissue while gently resurface your skin – many would have known as laser resurfacing. A laser facial can also be used to minimize the appearance of wrinkles, age spots, uneven skin tone, sun damage, and acne scars.
Choosing the Right Treatment
No one skin is the same as the other. Hence, it is important that you choose the treatment that best suits your skin. Your skin deserves the best treatment so that you can be at your most radiant self. Still unable to make a decision? Check out Mirage Aesthetic The Cure Treatment (For Acne Prone Skin).
This acne facial is the perfect treatment to combat acne and blemishes without causing skin dryness, providing the right balance to achieve youthful looking skin. The ingredients used such as plant extracts comes with antioxidant properties to fights against premature aging and free radicals, which is the perfect solution for sensitive and easily irritated skin. This acne scar treatment is proven to heal damaged skin tissue and lightens acne scars gradually over a few course of treatment.
Remember that it is never too late to treat acne & scars. While it may take some more time to remove these scars, undergoing these treatments early can help reduce future flareups. Call us at +65 6721 9028 / +65 6721 9026 to arrange for an appointment.