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We stock a range of skincare products including cleansers, moisturisers and spot treatments designed to unclog your pores and reduce the appearance of your spots. We’ve even got over-the-counter medicated skincare and prescription-strength acne treatments if you need extra help clearing your skin.
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How do I get rid of acne scars?
These types of procedures are usually only available on the NHS if the scarring is causing serious psychological distress.
Treatments for acne scars include dermabrasion (removing the top layer of skin), laser treatment or surgical removal.
What are acne scars?
Acne scarring is common when the most serious types of spots (nodules and cysts) burst and damage nearby skin.
Scars can also occur if you pick or squeeze your spots, so it’s important to avoid doing this if you’ve currently got active acne.
What type of acne do I have?
There are different types of acne and different levels of severity. The different types of spots include blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.
Your acne may be deemed as severe if you develop nodules (large, hard, painful lumps that build up beneath the surface of the skin) or cysts (large, pus-filled lumps that look similar to boils).
At this stage, you should seek advice from your GP for expert treatment to avoid scarring, especially if it’s making you feel very unhappy.
Which face wash is best for oily skin?
When looking for a face wash for your oily skin, look out for ingredients like hyaluronic acid to hydrate your skin.
Whilst that may seem counterproductive, oily skin can actually be caused by dehydration, as your skin starts to overcompensate for the lack of moisture by producing too much oil.
Other beneficial ingredients for oily skin are niacinamide, retinol and salicylic acid.