Acne is the most common skin problem among teenagers. Seventy-five percent of teens from age 13 to 18 are affected, at least occasionally, by acne. Acne starts when excess oil and dead skin cells clog up the pores. In most cases, acne is triggered by a hormone imbalance, genes, stress, and a skin care regimen that’s usually not consistent.
Our Providers understand that acne can be very depressing for teens, but the treatments and products we offer can help heal acne and improve your self-esteem.
Depending on your stage or severity of acne, we can offer acne facials, extractions, or microderms. Active acne can also be treated with FotoFacial™, an intense pulse light that calms the redness of pimples and kills the bacteria that is responsible for pimples. Fraxel® is an excellent treatment if you have scarring. Often times, a combination of treatments can work best. Let our Providers help determine which treatment and products will work best to improve your skin condition.
Our SkinMedica® product line can help improve your skin condition and keep your skin healthy. A free consult visit with one of our aestheticians can help you get started with healthy skin.
Laser hair removal is the most popular laser service with teens because it’s fast and provides permanent hair removal with immediate results. The most common areas treated with laser hair removal are the upper lip, chin, sideburns, forehead, jawline, armpits, bikini area, abdomen, back, arms, legs, and even the toes!
Laser hair removal involves a series of treatments, usually six, to get 90-95% of treated hair permanently removed. The procedure typically requires touch-up treatments every one to three years.
- See our experts at Allura and get started on a treatment regimen that will help your skin
- Drink plenty of water to keep your skin and body hydrated
- Don’t smoke, as smoking can seriously damage skin
- Use a healthy facial cleansing program using our Skin Medica product line
- Wear sunblock 365 days a year
If you have any questions about products, procedures, or potential for results, don’t hesitate to call us at 970.223.0193 or visit our Fort Collins or Loveland clinics for a free consultation.