Acne scarring and uneven skintone
I get pimples often and no matter how big or small they are, they will always leave horrible marks and scars that turn into dark spots which don't go away. My skin is also uneven, my skin is just a uneven skintone due to the scarring and the redness.
Thank you for contacting us here at Colaz.
Our proven acne treatments can help to eliminate your acne scars and reduce pimples. Acne is a common skin condition which affects approximately 70-80% people ranging from teenagers to 20% of adults. Acne occurs when dead skin cells such as dirt or oily textures block the pores on the skin and thereafter allowing oil and bacteria to build up sebaceous glands of the skin. This can lead to inflammation that results to irritations in the skin or even pimples. When clients tend to itch or pop their pimples this can lead to a further issue of scarring the skin.
Colaz can help aid clients to find the right treatment from blemishes to acne scarring.
Microdermabrasion is a facial treatment which is one 1 hour long. It is a mechanical method for exfoliating the skin as it removes all the dead skin cells from the top layer of the epidermis. Microdermabrasion is also an effective treatment in clearing any acne - causing bacteria. This treatment is also effective for mild to moderate acne scarring and any uneven skin tone.
We can also recommend dermapen. Derma pen promotes scar less healing and natural collagen reproduction similar to other resurfacing treatments but without the side effects. Additionally this treatment carries hydrating nutrients down into the layers of the skin and restores the damaged area along with restoring dead skin cells. We recommend clients to have 4-6 treatments of Derma Pen with a 4-6 week interval.
Please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail or by phone if you have any further questions. We can also book you in for a free skin consultation with one of our fully qualified therapists.
CoLaz - Advanced Beauty Specialists
247 The Broadway
Southall, Middlesex UB1 1NF
Tel: 020 8571 0300
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