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Acne Treatment

What is Acne ?

Acne is a skin issue that affects many people at various stages of life. It develops when excess sebum and dead skin cells combine to form a pore blockage. The sebaceous glands, which are located just below the skin's surface, naturally produce sebum, which aids in moisturising and sealing the skin to prevent rubbing.


People who have acne may have moderate irritation, which leads to the development of whiteheads or blackheads. The skin can appear red, angry, and elevated when acne inflammation is more severe because the skin follicles are clogged with bacteria that ordinarily dwells on the skin's surface.

What is Acne?

Treatment for Acne ?

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By causing micro-damages on the skin's surface without the use of heat or light, the little regulated injuries trigger a reaction in the skin to repair cells and rejuvenate the skin's overall appearance.

PRP Skin Rejuvenation

PRP is a face rejuvenation therapy that uses your own plasma to stimulate collagen formation and cell migration. PRP therapy results are natural and unobtrusive and might last two years.

Chemical Peels

A combination of enzymes, Alpha hydroxy (AHA), Beta hydroxy acid (BHA) solutions such as glycolic, lactic, salicylic, or fruit acids, Kojic acid, and Retinoic acid, which prepares the skin for deep exfoliation and induces a natural inflammatory response

Treatment for acne

What is Acne Scar ?

Acne can cause scarring on the skin, which is caused by pitting into the skin caused by cyst formation at the bottom of the skin's surface - an unpleasant burial of prior blemishes! Cysts can leave a gap in the skin's texture and tone, resulting in uneven and dull spots that are difficult to conceal.


When acne and cysts are present on the skin's surface and have established their gap when the skin is left untreated, it is difficult to avoid pitted scarring. Skinmed's scarring treatment programme goes back in time to help minimise the appearance of scarring and future acne breakouts.

What is acne scar?

Treatment for Acne Scar


A delicate yet extremely efficient treatment that removes dead skin cells from the epidermis's outer layer, leaving the skin feeling instantly rejuvenated and smoothed.

Derma Roller

Derma Roller generates micro-damages in the epidermis by employing a roller packed with microscopic low-depth needles to reach deeper levels of the epidermis.

Derma Filler

By lifting up the sunken, depressed scars, dermal fillers show remarkably positive outcomes in improving the appearance of acne scars.

Treatment for acne scar


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