Cystic Acne Singapore
The acne occurs when an infection spreads deep into the skin, resulting in a pus-filled bump. It may be painful or itchy.
When a cyst ruptures, the infection might spread, resulting in more breakouts.
Although it is not easy, these outbreaks are treatable. Seek a medical professional and avoid attempting to wait them out.
Cystic acne is a chronic condition that can linger for years. It can cause significant damage to big sections of your skin and create scars. An aesthetic clinic with experience can assist you in formulating a treatment plan.
What is Cystic Acne?
Cystic acne is regarded to be the most serious type of acne. The infection is deep in the skin and is commonly found on the cheeks and jawline.
Due to its depth and inflammation, this form of acne leaves noticeable scarring. When bacteria becomes caught in the pores, it causes an infection deep within the skin. It looks to be a pus-filled red and painful lump.
This kind of acne can cause excruciating agony, both mentally and physically. This occurs because there is no way to discharge the germs and oil that has built up inside, causing pain and discomfort.
A serious skin problem like this necessitates acne treatment in order to be successfully and safely rid of it.
Cystic Acne Treatment
At Bio Aesthetic Laser Clinic, we have a wide range of effective Cystic acne treatments.
There are many different acne treatments available. From at home treatments to oral medications and aesthetic treatments, the best method is to seek out a reputable skin clinic to ensure proper diagnosis.
There is no one best acne treatment. Depending on the severity, size and skin conditions, the doctor may employ one of a combination of treatments to treat the acne.
Popular and effective treatments are:
- Acne Medication & Cream
- Cortisone Injection
- Cystic Acne Drainage
- Salicylic acid peel
- Q Switch laser
- Innoplus RF
Salicylic Acid Chemical Peel
Chemical peel is an acne treatment to that uses salicylic acid (stronger acid) to eliminate the dead skin & bacteria in your skin. The medically formulated chemical peel is most effective against cystic acne. The solution can penetrate deep into the skin layers to dissolve acne causing bacteria.
Q- Switch Lasers
Q Switch Laser is an effective laser treatment primarily to remove pigmentation and sun spots. It is also an excellent laser treatment to brighten skin tone, purify pores and treat acne. Q Switch laser is one of the best laser to target acne conditions. Fractional CO2 Laser can also be used for healing.
Innoplus RF Cystic Acne
Acne recurs in the same location due to clogged & infected pores. To eradicate the afflicted sebaceous glands, Innoplus RF treatment can squeeze out acne sebum and eliminate bacteria with RF Thermolysis. You should anticipate an 80-90 percent decrease in acne after three treatments. One of Singapore’s most effective cystic acne treatments.
Acne Medication & Cream
Oral antibiotics and creams will be prescribe to keep inflammation under control. Some oral medication can be very effective, however they also have negative side effects. As a result, these oral therapies should only be administered under the supervision of an experienced doctor.
From $60 / month
Cortisone Injection for Acne
Large, inflammatory acne cysts are treated with cortisone injections. This acne injection lowers acne inflammation, flattens, and cures your acne breakout in only 1-2 days. An anti-inflammatory medication is included in the cortisone acne injection.
From $50 / pimple
Cystic Acne Drainage
A considerable amount of pus can build up as a result of cystic acne. When a big cyst forms, it is treated by using a small needle to drain the infected acne cyst. Majority of patients tolerate the pain well. There is only minor discomfort. In fact, draining your acne cysts reduces your discomfort and swelling almost immediately.
From $80 / cystic acid
What causes Cystic Acne?
Cystic acne can be caused by a variety of reasons. The most common culprits are diet, genetics, hormones and pore condition.
Your hormones are out of control throughout adolescence, which results in increased sebaceous gland activity. Your skin will become overly oily as a result of this.
Excess oil will combine with dead skin cells on the skin’s surface to produce sticky plugs that will clog your pores.
Hormonal Cystic Acne
Hormonal acne is most commonly connected with hormone fluctuations during adolescence, it can afflict adults of any age. More common in women than in men, the acne are caused by menstruation resulting in excess oil production.
For teenagers, the effects of hormonal acne will appear more on the T zone, affecting forehead and nose more.
For individuals suffering from hormonal adult acne, the spots often appear in the lower region of the face, affecting cheeks and jawline.
Diet cause Cystic Acne
Choosing the right diet is very important to acne treatment. Consuming too much oily food will produce excessive oil, resulting in clogged skin.
Acne is also commonly triggered by high-glycemic diets and dairy products. There are many cases of cystic acne surfacing due to dairy.
Although there is no clear medical evidence that linked milk to acne breakout, there are many patients who recovered from changing their diet.
Genes cause Cystic Acne
Despite the fact that there isn’t a single gene that makes you more prone to have acne, research has revealed that genetics plays a part in causing acne.
If you come from a family with oily skin, the chances of you having oily skin is higher. Both parents may have the same or different acne-causing genetic components.
One parent may pass on a hormonal abnormality that causes acne, while the other may pass on a greater inflammatory reaction to germs or other genetic variables.
What does Cystic Acne look like?
Cystic acne compared to normal acne is much deeper and more inflamed.
Over the counter medicated acne creams is not as effective as it is harder to penetrate through the inflammation.
The infected acne results in more widespread dermis layer irritation and damage. Often they cause great pain and suffering. Untreated cystic acne has a significant risk of scarring.
How to get rid of Cystic Acne?
Cystic acne can be found on the all over the face. More commonly, the T zone of the face or lower parts (cheeks, face and jaw line).
Typically, home remedies are not recommended for cystic acne as the products are not strong enough. It is best to consult an experienced skin clinic for prescribed medication or skin treatments.
Cystic Acne on Chin
Hormonal imbalances are usually the cause of acne on chin. Chin acne may vary throughout the month.
The changes in hormones will affect your endocrine system, causing chin and jawline acne.
Excess androgens, which overstimulate the oil glands and block pores are usually to blame.
Treatment options: Laser, Acne Medication & Cortisone Jab
Cystic Acne on Cheek
Acne on the cheeks develops as a consequence of friction or rubbing of the skin, may cause breakouts on the cheeks.
Actions such as placing phone on face, dirty pillow sheets will introduce bacteria and dirt into the pores. The air quality plays a big part too as your face is constantly exposed.
Overtime, the combination of dirt and bacteria will clog up your pores causing acne to arise.
Treatment options: Maintain hygiene, Salicylic Chemical Peel, Innoplus RF
Cystic Acne Treatment Price
At Bio Aesthetic, we have over 20 years experience in diagnosing and treatment acne skin issues.
We are one of the top aesthetic clinic Singapore to offer a wide range of effective treatment and medications for acne treatments.
We continuously upgrade our equipment and treatment protocol to ensure the best results.
|Hydrafacial Peel||from $128|
|Carbon Laser Peel||from $198|
|Cortisone Injection||from $50 / pimple|
|Salicylic Chemical Peel||from $128|
|Q Switch Laser||from $398|
|Cystic Acne Drainage||from $80 / cyst|
|Innoplus RF Cystic Acne||from $800|
|Oral Medication||Consult Doctor|
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