FREE EBOOK! Inspired by so many positive reviews streaming our way we wanted to celebrate Techies Day – and make it a week long! In collaboration with LUSTRE Clinic’s Scientist, Jan Birch – we’ve developed a FREE eBook for you. Find out how to combat Acne with Science!
From puberty onwards, acne is very common. It is estimated that more than 80% of teenagers experience it to some degree, with a peak of incidence at the age of 15. Slightly more teenage boys than girls get acne, and severe acne is also a bit more common in boys.
In these dark days of Covid-19, we can sometimes lose sight of less threatening ailments. Acne is a good example – and yet there are several reasons why acne may have become more troublesome since the start of the pandemic.
Yes this is real. We are all having to wear a mask on a daily basis due to the current pandemic. I am seeing so many more patients in my practice with spots and irritated skins. Let's take a look at what causing this phenomenon.
Breakouts, spots and blemishes at their worst during winter? What to do with the changes that occur to our skin as the seasons change, particularly from a hot, sweaty summer, to dark, cold autumn? Here is the key to good practices!
Whatever the time of year, we want to look our best - and having a clear complexion means one less thing to stress about. Get ready to reunite with your friends without worrying about any spots or blemishes. Bye-bye acne!
There is a big trend right now: people struggle with their skin because of #facemasks. Suffering from “#maskne” while trying to shield yourself and others from the Covid-19 virus should be the least of your worry. Here's our thank you to the NHS.
For most people, when faced with the reality of lockdown and how their lives were going to change, the last thing they had anticipated was more skin problems. Specialist treatments have been interrupted, stress levels rose. We collected 5 points to consider when treating your acne and spots at home during lockdown.
For about three quarters of the people who develop acne, it starts in adolescence. How does this skin condition - that's usually visible on the face - impact young adults' lives? Where can they turn for help to treat acne and spots and blemishes?