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Personalized & Comprehensive Plans

Acne Facials & Acne Scar Treatments

When an outbreak occurs, whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, and papules rise, harden, and leave scars. Some acne scars heal completely while others take months to fade. There are new and advanced treatment options for acne scars that contribute to the healing process of skin tissue for a smoother complexion. Through acne facials, chemical peels, laser treatments, powerful topical and oral medications, detailed acne educations, expert at-home care techniques, and more, we can help you develop a plan to help restore your natural complexion.

At Sculpt Aesthetics & Wellness in Flowood, MS, we want to help you overcome the breakout cycle. Learn more about our functional medicine treatments for acne and other treatments for acne scars.

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Internal and External Treatment & Prevention of Acne

Your skin is often one of the first impressions you have on others. Whether you are a pre-teen, teen, or adult, acne can negatively affect your self-confidence. Acne is caused by secreted oils (sebum) mixing with dead skin cells that clog pores and trap bacteria inside. As this bacteria grows under the skin, the area swells and creates different types of skin blemishes.

At Sculpt Aesthetics and Wellness, we offer functional medicine consultations to help treat the underlying causes of acne, along with prescription-strength topical ointments and oral acne medications. Depending on your needs and your unique skin type, we may recommend a personalized acne facial, laser skin resurfacing, microneedling, Hydrafacial, and chemical peels to help you manage sebum production and revise new and old acne scars.

For a customized acne treatment plan, call Sculpt Aesthetics & Wellness today at (601) 208-0150 or contact us online!

Acne Treatment FAQs

Acne has numerous, complicated causes. Genetics, certain lifestyle choices, and even hormone production can affect the frequency and severity of acne outbreaks. The main contributor to acne outbreaks is an overproduction of sebum—a natural skin oil. Sebum combines with dead skin cells to clog pores, causing infections that result in outbreaks and scarring.

By simulating skin damage with incredibly fine microneedles, microneedling and RF microneedling supercharge collagen production to help heal acne scars. Collagen is the most abundant structural protein in the human body, but we don’t always have enough of it in the right places to heal lingering skin damage. Microneedling and RF microneedling create a localized flood of collagen to encourage the healing of new and old acne scars.

Laser skin resurfacing can promote healing in new and old acne scars. By tuning our skin resurfacing laser to target and affect discolored or unhealed skin, we can encourage healing with exceptional precision by boosting collagen production.