where does acne come from?
There’s a variety of sources that lead to acne, but it all comes down to one thing: dirt and oil buildup in the pores. Fortunately, our clinical facial uses advanced techniques to help reduce acne, regardless of where it came from, including:
Hormonal changes: Hormonal changes from puberty, birth control pills, or pregnancy can trigger oil production, leading to blocked and clogged pores.
Medications: Certain medications such as birth control or corticosteroids can lead to the development of acne on your face and body.
Genetics: Acne can definitely run in the family. If you find that close family members suffer from acne, you’re more likely to see flair ups too.
High sugar diet: Too much refined sugar and carbohydrates can cause your skin to breakout with bumps such as white heads and black heads.