What is Acne?

Acne is an infection of the skin, caused by changes in the sebaceous glands. Oils from the glands combine with dead skin cells to block hair follicles. Under the blocked pore, oil builds up. Skin bacteria can then grow very quickly. This infection makes the skin become swollen and red, which becomes visible.


The face, chest, back, and upper arms are most common places for acne to happen.


Acne is common during puberty, when a person is turning from a child into an adult, because of high levels of hormones. Acne becomes common as people reach adulthood.


There are two types of acne:

Non-inflammatory Acne

Microcomedones become non-inflamed skin blemishes called comedoneseither a whitehead or a blackhead.

A blackhead or whitehead can release its contents to the surface and heal. Or, the follicle wall can rupture and inflammatory acne can ensue. This rupture can be caused by random occurrence or by picking or touching the skin. This is why it is important to leave acne prone skin relatively untouched.

Non-inflammatory Acne

A papule occurs when there is a break in the follicular wall. White Blood cells rush in and the pore comes inflamed.

A pustule forms several days later when white blood cells make their way to the surface of the skin. It is normally refer as a "pimple".

Causes of Acne?

Several factors have been identified leading of the formulation of acne:

  • Hormonal fluctuation during puberty and menstrual cycle
  • Hyperactive sebaceous glands
  • Stress does not cause acne but make it worse
  • Bacteria called Propionibacterium acnes in the pores
  • Poor skincare hygiene and regime
  • Skin irritation or scratching of any sort
Our Solution

We provide a comprehensive regime using Nano-therapy or a combination of non-invasive, do downtime phototherapy botanical enzymatic therapy and anti-oxidants to eliminate the colonization of bacterial reduce sebum production, unclog the pores and repair inflamed skin. This will ensure total acne eradication without use of oral medications. Together with the appropriate use of phototherapy to stimulate cellular metabolism and promote collagen synthesis to fill up the pitted appearance of acne scars.

Do Not
  • Squeeze pimples, this will often leave unsightly acne scars and in some cases may be permanent.
  • Cover acne up with thick layer of foundation or make-up and may lead to more clogged, inflamed pores.
  • Practicing poor skincare hygiene and regime.