Author: Sophia Man|2022-11-29
Facials can help lessen acne symptoms in favourable situations, but they can also worsen this skin disease. A facial is a cosmetic therapy that comprises several treatments to clean and enhance the appearance of the skin on the face. A facial can be obtained from a skincare expert or performed at home using DIY methods. This article will investigate if and how facials can assist with acne, the potential dangers of each treatment and details about New Beauty Australia’s Acne Treatment which uses advanced medical grade technology and hydrating serum that paves a way for smoother, brighter and toned skin.
What is the cause of acne?
Acne comes due to a variety of reasons such as hormonal acne, genetics, food consumption, and lack of sleep. People also tend to develop acne or worsen acne can be induced by stress, smoking and other unhealthy lifestyle choices.
Do all acne facial treatments treat different types of acne and acne scars?
Not all acne treatments and acne medication treat different forms of acne and acne scars. But the Acne Treatment at New Beauty Australia does treat all forms of acne as it uses two-way spiral suction and drainage technology combined with hydrating essence that deeply cleanses and exfoliates the skin with induced collagen production. The Acne Treatment also removes excess oil secretion along with dead skin cells and toxins.
Who is suited for the Acne Treatment?
Individuals with mild to severe acne issues are welcome to undergo this treatment. The Acne Treatment is also suited for most skin tones and skin types as it is non-irritating.
How many sessions will I need to see the results?
Our in-house wellness professionals recommend 5-10 sessions of the Acne Treatment to see reduce acne, pimples and more for moderate to severe forms of acne. Additional sessions can be consulted with our consultants.
Is the Acne Treatment painful when removing dead skin cells?
The Acne Treatment is a non-invasive acne removal treatment that does not cause harm or any form of pain, skin redness or inflammation during and after treatment.