Emily Cheng is tired of having acne or pimples breakout. These occur especially during times of stress or nearing her menses.
Active pimples should be treated early to prevent chances of unsightly acne scars forming. They can be treated by a dermatologist with Roaccutane, antibiotics such as Doxycycline or Erythromycin, or topical treatments such as Benzoyl Peroxide, Retin-A (tretinoin) or Adapalene.
At Premier Clinic, we also combine oral and topical medicines with Silkpeel Dermal Infusion and LED phototherapy.
SilkPeel gently abrades the top layers of unhealthy skin while infusing it with vitamins, minerals and hydrating hyaluronic acid.
LED phototherapy is the use of light to reduce acne causing bacteria whilst promoting skin healing.
Emily Cheng underwent Silkpeel and LED phototherapy to reduce her acne with Premier Clinic’s Dr Kee Yong Seng at their Taman Tun Dr Ismail branch.
Learn more about SilkPeel for dull, acne skin at here.
Visit our website for details on LED phototherapy for acne here.