Acne is the most common skin condition in the US. Affecting 40 to 50 million men and women—the number is on the rise as the number of adults with acne continues to grow. At Urban Effects, we recognize the physical and emotional impact that acne and acne scarring can have on an individual.
The Perils of Acne and Acne Scarring
An independent study found that more than 70 percent of respondents felt their acne scars negatively impacted their self-confidence, with an astounding 92 percent indicating that their self-confidence would be restored or improved if their acne scars were healed.
Help Yourself with these Three Tips
In hopes of helping you look—and, more importantly, feel—good, we share with you these three tips:
Adopt a Daily Routine
Good skin requires a daily commitment on your part. We can develop an at-home skincare regimen specific to your skin concerns. We are pleased to be able to offer a number of products including Obagi® and Revision Skincare®.
Explore Your Treatment Options
Urban Effects has a number of in-office treatments available to help with acne and acne scarring. Helping to clear away acne, we perform a number of detoxifying and cleansing facials designed to target and treat acne. One of our favorites, HydraFacial™ MD.
Laser treatments have proven to be a highly effective method in combatting acne scarring—including fractional resurfacing with Profractional™ Therapy, skin resurfacing with Contour TRL™, and Sciton’s broadband light therapy, Forever Young BBL™.
Bellafill®! An Exciting New Treatment
We are proud to have recently added Bellafill to our injectable line-up. Bellafill is the only filler on the market to receive FDA approval for the correction of acne scars. Adding volume to the treated area, Bellafill lifts, firms, and smoothens scarred skin.
With Urban Effects, Acne & Acne Scarring
Far more than skin deep, it is easy to be discouraged by acne and acne scarring. We encourage you to schedule a time to meet with us at Urban Effects. Our aesthetic team is available to consult with you and can help develop a treatment plan specific to your unique needs.