作者: Sophia Man|2022年7月19日
Shopping for a gorgeous backless dress is stressful, especially if your back is covered with dark spots that will ruin your confidence. These annoying little spots are commonly known as back acnes. Once these little pimples have dried, they are known as back acne scar. Acne and acne scar can appear for several different reasons, and your back is not excluded from the possible areas acne might appear. In this article, we will explore the causes, symptoms as well as the best treatment to treat your back acne and back acne scar.
What is the common cause of back acne reappearance?
The most common cause of back acne is excessive sebum production that can be caused by sweating too much or not taking a shower after exercise. Tight clothes and non-absorbent clothes can also cause back acne to occur.
What can the Back Acne & Scar treatment do?
The Back Acne & Scar treatment was specifically designed for the back . It can effectively target many issues problems such as huge pores, rough skin, acne and acne scars, hyperpigmentation, blackheads, and uneven skin tone. Moreover, the treatment will also improve the overall skin condition of our back as it stimulates collagen regeneration, balances oil secretion, and prevents bacterial inflammation, to not only cure but prevent back acne and scars from happening again.
Is the Back Acne & Scar treatment harmful?
The Back Acne & Scar Treatment is not harmful at all as it uses a non-invasive procedure. The best part of this treatment is that there is no recovery time required after the treatment. This treatment is appropriate for people who have hectic lifestyles.
How many sessions will I need?
Normally, the best results can be achieved with 6-12 follow-up sessions as it is a complete treatment for our Back Acne & Scar Treatment. Our top beauty experts will also construct a detailed treatment plan that is tailored according to your needs.
What to do after the treatment?
After the treatment, you must avoid wearing tight clothing to reduce friction & pressure on the treated area. You must also avoid any laser, IPL, and radio frequency treatments to have any contact with the targeted area within a fortnight. While the skin is healing, you must avoid using skincare that contains acid or alcohol and scrubs to reduce skin irritation.