At our acne clinic, we provide therapies to settle your acne quickly. We believe it is best to use physical methods if at all possible. Antibiotics cause resistance, upset your gut bacteria and oral vitamin A should not be the first port of call. If you have severe cystic acne, this may be an option, but for 90% of people, anti-acne diet, skin care and combinations of physical treatments are used to get rid of pimples.
Avoid using oral antibiotics for acne when possible. ( Australasian College of Dermatologists recommendation) See below link to The Teenage Anti-Acne Diet. A diet which was researched and shown to reduce acne by up to 50%.
Kleresca Acne Treatment
Kleresca is considered a natural treatment; it involves the use of a gel applied to your skin that is activated by blue light. Until recently only mild acne could be handled without prescription medication. Kleresca has changed this. The system is called BioPhotonics as the gel is converted when exposed to blue light to an active acne therapy.
Kleresca involves a course of 12 treatments, performed twice per week over six weeks. It is the quickest way to settle acne and treats moderate to severe acne (cystic) without oral retinoids. Cost for Kleresca is $200 per treatment or $1980 for a package of 12.
Kleresca acne treatment can be used on the face or body (chest, neck, shoulders, back etc.)
Your skin is in good hands at SkinRevision; we aim to provide non-medical treatment alternatives for acne with physical therapies, diet and advice to treat not only acne but prevents acne scarring. We offer a referral if required for resistant acne.
Call Us on 3350 5447 To Book An Obligation Free Assessment At Our Acne Clinic.
Other Therapies For Acne Treatment
LED light therapy – is beneficial for killing the bacteria responsible for causing pimples. First introduced by Omnilux, blue light therapy reduces the acne bacteria in the skin and reduces inflammation and breakouts. Red and blue acne light phototherapy is a non–laser light delivered by light emitting diodes. The blue light wavelength 415nm activate the acne-causing bacteria P.acnes to release chemicals known as Porphyrins. The porphyrins, in turn, kill the bacteria. The red light stimulates collagen production, reduces inflammation and speeds healing, reducing the risk of scars.
Combinations of treatments can include prescription vitamin A, peels, microdermabrasion and skin care is useful to get rid of pimples. It is beneficial for all skin types. The recommended course is ten treatments performed weekly.
Microdermabrasion For Acne: Microdermabrasion combined with peels and LED light therapy is beneficial to clear blocked pores and allow healing. These can be combined with extractions.
Peels for Acne: Exfoliation with facial peels helps settle pimples by unblocking pores, removing dead compacted skin cells. Peels are often combined with microdermabrasion and LED light therapy — only $85 for skin analysis and peel.
Acne Extraction Facials: Correctly performed extractions physically unblock your pores to allow pimples to settle. Extractions combined with a peel and LED light therapy to provide a non-medical treatment which will get rid of pimples, blackheads, whiteheads. Suitable for all grades of acne. Only $85 for skin analysis and extraction facial.
Skin Care – Acne cream: There is a range of skincare that is used to treat acne; you do not need to pay a fortune, you need to make sure the ingredients have a science base. We recommend DermaEnergy as an Australian, science-based affordable skin care.