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Teen Services


Acne Plan

Whether this is your first time dealing with acne or skin problems, or you've had flare-ups in the past, we want to work closely with you to come up with a treatment plan to get your acne under control. Know that you have options for creating a healthy skincare regimen that works for you.



Facials are geared to problem solve. The level of the intensity of a facial is contingent on the severity of the skin’s issues. Teens tend to have problems with skin, but what works for some might not work for others. The skin care expert can offer advice on the best way to address a teen’s specific skin concerns.



5 Benefits of Teenage Facials

  • Prevents Oil & Impurities. Everyone has different skin typeswhether it's oily, dry, or combination.

  • Treats Acne. If not cared for properly, acne won't go away very easily and can leave blemishes and scarring.

  • Evens Out Uneven Pigmentation.

  • Gets Rid of Dead Skin.

  • Efficient Healing.

Teen Acne

  • Acne is a broad term to describe clogged pores. Your pore can get clogged from a combination of dead skin cells, sebum (oil), and bacteria.

  • Non-inflammatory acne, such as blackheads and whiteheads, is a combination of dead skin and oil, while inflammatory acne has a bacterial component to it, causing cysts and nodules.

  • While acne can occur at any age, teens and young adults are more likely to get acne breakouts, thanks to an influx of hormones. This can feel overwhelming during a stage of life when you’re already experiencing a lot of changes.

  • First, it’s important to know that you’re not alone. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, a whopping 80 percent of young people experience acne breakouts before the age of 30.

  • Also, teenage acne tends to subside as you get older, and keeping up with good skin care habits can help

Teen Services
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