What you need to know about EMFACE, the first and only needle-free facial skin procedure
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If acne is already frustrating enough—and we do know that it doesn’t end there—scars and dark spots suddenly form. These post-breakout marks are difficult to cover with makeup and don’t go off easily as it can take months until hyperpigmentation fades. Not cool! But luckily, it can be treated with tried-and-tested acne dark spot Treatments and products.
First, you might want to try an exfoliating product that sloughs off dead skin cells and dirt such as the Belo Prescriptives Glycolic Soap (5% or 10%). Glycolic acid is a powerful acid that evens out the top and bottom areas of a pimple scar and restores damaged skin tissue. You can use this twice a day for faster results.
Another option is by getting facial treatments. The Powerpeel is something similar to microdermabration. It’s a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that removes dead and flaking skin, stimulates the production of new skin cells and collagen, and diminishes the appearance of blemishes. And for a bonus? This facial gives you a lovely and healthy glow.
Picosure is a game-changer when it comes to treating hyperpigmentation. It’s a laser treatment that rejuvenates the skin by improving its texture and discoloration—so yes, even wrinkles and fine lines are treated. Meanwhile, Angel Whitening Laser precisely shatters pigment without injuring the skin. It also targets melanin deposit to lighten dark pigmentations. Revlite Laser, on the other hand, produces laser pulses to break down pigmented lesions to treat hyperpigmentation.
And lastly, wear sunblock. Pimples aren’t only the culprits for dark spots, but also overexposure to sun. The ZO Sunscreen & Primer SPF 30 is a non-greasy, quick drying sunscreen with a sheer matte finish. Use this as protection from UVA, UVB, and high-energy visible (HEV) light, as well as a makeup base for a smoother appearance.
While these tips are for you to keep in mind, the experts and doctors at Belo Medical Group suggest you come in for a consultation before you get your preferred treatment. Call 819-BELO (2356) or click here to book an appointment.